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## Re: Re:Solving functional nonlinear equation

**From**: |
Chengqi Chang |

**Subject**: |
Re: Re:Solving functional nonlinear equation |

**Date**: |
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 22:55:43 +0800 |

**User-agent**: |
Opera Mail/10.10 (Win32) |

Please excuse me for any confusing statement in my previous problem.

`My problem is: if data of points is huge, say 100 grid points along both x
``and y axes, my gnuplot renders the figure slower than I can tolerate. I
``think it is the problem with gnuplot while not with octave.
`Thank everyone all the same.

`BTW: when I firstly divided both x,y into 100 grid points, GNU plot
``functions very very slow(Octave 3.2.0, GNU plot 4.3.0). I much appreciate
``you help if someone can tell me how to improve its performance.
`

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Best Regards!
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Sincerely, Chengqi Zhang
China Center for Economic Research
Mail: address@hidden
Personal Website: http://macro2.cn

**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *(continued)*
**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *Jaroslav Hajek*, `2009/12/28`
**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *Jason Martin*, `2009/12/29`
**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *John W. Eaton*, `2009/12/29`
**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *Jason Martin*, `2009/12/29`
**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *John W. Eaton*, `2009/12/29`
**Re: Divergence from Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *Jaroslav Hajek*, `2009/12/29`

**Re: Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *Chengqi Chang*, `2009/12/28`
**Re:Solving functional nonlinear equation**, *Chengqi Chang*, `2009/12/28`