Thank You MathMate

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Thank you for assisting me with my MATLAB question. If I posted this on the actual question you never would of seen it. What you suggested to do worked and produced the results I was suppose to get. I wanted to say thank you. And a grid_size of 500 seems to produce more stable results. A grid size of 51, although produced correct results, produced a image that was blurred. Once again thank you for your assistance.

  • Thank You MathMate :) -

    For continuity, it would be easier to post it on the original post. If there is no answer, you could post a new one as you did.

    I am glad that it worked out. I put a grid of 51 because I had to scan the results with a "print-plot".

    Also, see my recommendations for your new post.

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