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Posted 8 days ago
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Hi,

How do I able to see the output like a mathematical formula. enter image description here

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int = Integrate[1/(x^3 - 1), x];
Map[Framed, int, Infinity]

or add a notebook.

enter image description here

Posted 8 days ago

Thank you, moderation team.

I attached the notebook here.

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Alex,

The attached notebook does not have the data for str. Include the full list in the assignment to str or Iconize it so it is available in the notebook.

Is there a reason for wanting to see a "mathematical formula" for the InterpolatingFunction? How do you intend to use the "mathematical formula"?

Posted 7 days ago

Dear Dr.Namjoshi,

I attached the new notebook including str list.

There is no especial reason, only I want to learn and see it.

Thank you for your help.

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Alex,

Since the InterpolatingFunction uses Hermite polynomials you can use this method to convert it to a piecewise function.

Extract the InterpolatingFunction and use InterpolationToPiecewise from the above post.

if = skdUstr[[1, 1, 1]] // Head
InterpolationToPiecewise[if, x]

Not sure if that is what you are looking for.

Please Edit your main post and add your notebook to it using the button "Add Notebook.

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