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Integrate a Curve (Generate menu)

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DPlot finds the area under a curve using the trapezoidal rule:

Typical uses for integration include generating an impulse-time history from a pressure-time record, or velocity-time from acceleration-time.

For polar charts, DPlot uses

(x in radians)

For a circle this will give an integrated value of (approximately, depending on the spacing between points) πr2 at x=360 degrees, as expected.


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