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How to extend a curve until x-axis and y-axis

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Giuseppe
Giuseppe on 11 Jan 2020
Commented: Giuseppe on 15 Jan 2020
Hi guys! I've plotted the red curve through a set of data (.txt file of points):
AVL_fitting.png
How can I extend the red curve untile axes of cartesian plane ?

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Giuseppe
Giuseppe on 11 Jan 2020
the x data are (each value must be divided by 5.68):
0.1115
0.3344
0.5567
0.7782
0.9985
1.2173
1.4342
1.6488
1.8609
2.0702
2.2763
2.4788
2.6775
2.8721
3.0623
3.2478
3.4282
3.6034
3.7730
3.9367
4.0944
4.2458
4.3907
4.5288
4.6599
4.7838
4.9003
5.0093
5.1106
5.2039
5.2893
5.3665
5.4354
5.4960
5.5480
5.5915
5.6264
5.6526
5.6701
5.6789
the y data are:
0.8003
0.8256
0.8503
0.8745
0.8990
0.9228
0.9466
0.9697
0.9926
1.0152
1.0371
1.0583
1.0790
1.0992
1.1182
1.1361
1.1531
1.1681
1.1815
1.1930
1.2019
1.2078
1.2104
1.2088
1.2025
1.1907
1.1725
1.1469
1.1132
1.0701
1.0171
0.9533
0.8781
0.7914
0.6934
0.5846
0.4663
0.3400
0.2075
0.0710
As you can see, I don't have the "bounday" data points!
The curve must stop to eta=0 and to Cl=0.
Subhadeep Koley
Subhadeep Koley on 14 Jan 2020
Are you expecting something like below?
AVL.png
Giuseppe
Giuseppe on 15 Jan 2020
No, I want to obtain this following one (i.e., I want to plot the green parts):
InkedAVL_fitting_LI_Moment.jpg

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WalterWhite
WalterWhite on 15 Jan 2020
It doesnt seem to happen with interpolation(interp1)...atleast for me. But i've come up with an alternative based on the geometry and i've explained the reason along the code. Hope this helpsuntitled.jpg

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Giuseppe
Giuseppe on 15 Jan 2020
Ok, it works for the left part of figure!
Any solution for the lower part (i.e. the intersection with horizontal axis eta) ?
WalterWhite
WalterWhite on 15 Jan 2020
It's basically the same concept for the other end. You just have to copy paste and change the values. But this is not an accurate result, mind you

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Navya Seelam
Navya Seelam on 15 Jan 2020
Hi,
You can use interp1 function to interpolate your plot till x=0. There are different methods the function adopts for interpolation. You can choose from these methods to achieve appropriate interpolation. For more details on interp1 go through the link below.

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