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comment Interpolation to a power function
Thank you, I used the fit function and had the pretty satisfied answer. Wanna vote up your answer but haven't enough reputation point yet.
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comment Interpolation to a power function
Agree. The MS Excel can do that with $y=bx^c$. I did the experiment and have 14 (x,y) pairs in the end. I thought about the y'=y-a and use MS excel to have the interpolating function, but by doing that there's no way I can attain the desired value of a, so there's no exact value of y' to put in Excel. (as we can see we have only values of x and y) Thanks for your answer.
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