Hi, I need a help. Two questions I need to solve.
1. What should I do to compare the difference between experimental and computed data. Let say I have 10 experimentally measured point and 10 computed points, and I need to compare the difference between them both.
2. What should I do to compare the difference between the plot of experimental data and plot of fit function (y=pxn/(1-xn)), where 'n' and 'p' are fitting parameters?
Please help me.
To compute the difference between theoretical and experimental points, I'd use this equation:
%dev = [ (experimental - theoretical) / experimental] * 100
Do this for each point. For example,:
%dev #1 = [ (exper#1 - theor#1) / exper#1] * 100
%dev#2 = [ (exper#2 - theor#2) / exper#2 ] * 100
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