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 Oct19 comment Bounds on the real and imaginary parts of the digamma function $\psi$ Probably Euler constant $\gamma$ should be taken into consideration for $Re \Psi (z)$ Apr16 comment How to find fitting parameters of the function? I have used the limits for parameters in search operation. Now I will try to change starting point. Mar23 comment Paradox with function representation The Nobel Prize has just slipped away from me. Thanks for explanation. May15 comment What representation should I choose for numerical computation of hypergeometric function ${}_2 F_1(1+i\eta, 2; 2+i\eta; x)$ where $|x|=1$ Thanks a lot. I use exactly this integral to compute hypergeometric function. I compute it using Simpson method, and all works for me. My problem was in computation of Gamma functions which have to stand before the integral - but you have reduce the fraction and simplified my task! May14 comment What representation should I choose for numerical computation of hypergeometric function ${}_2 F_1(1+i\eta, 2; 2+i\eta; x)$ where $|x|=1$ @J.M. You say that direct numerical solving of hypergeometric equation hard task, isn't it? May14 comment What representation should I choose for numerical computation of hypergeometric function ${}_2 F_1(1+i\eta, 2; 2+i\eta; x)$ where $|x|=1$ @J.M. no, they are real(if you speak about $\eta, \beta, k, mu$). this is from physics - it is some kind of differential cross section for Helium. or similar.