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Mar
29
comment How do I find, algorithmically, which parts of a given function are interesting to graph?
The best output I've seen of such an algorithm is what Wolfram Alpha does when graphing functions. I assume they have all sorts of special cases for most common expressions.
Mar
27
comment How do I find, algorithmically, which parts of a given function are interesting to graph?
Thanks for that reply. But what about the initial extent to which the function is zoomed? Say, horizontally, I need an interval of [x1, x2] that will be used to draw the graph - i.e., plot everything from f(x1) to f(x2).
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