- Thread starter FredFripp
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It would be helpful if you would give more information about what you are doing. You talk about amplitude levels and solving \(\displaystyle y=f(x)\) and then in the title you mention the Gaussian distribution. Are you talking about the standard normal distribution \(\displaystyle f(x) = \frac 1 {\sqrt{2\pi}}e^{-\frac {x^2} 2}\)? Are you just wanting to evaluate that for various values of \(\displaystyle x\)? Do the \(\displaystyle y\) values represent amplitudes? More info please.

Thanks for the response.

jmm

edit To answer all questions directly:

I was talking about normal distro, not anymore

I do want to evaluate the equation for various values of x to determine y which are amplitude levels.

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