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Unable to plot

FC_10037391
8-Gravel

Unable to plot

Even providing all the inputs the lot will still not plot 

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Primes auto-labelling, especially in connection with units and symbolic evaluation most of the time is a PITA.

But in case of your problem, the simple solution is to turn on "Units/Constants in Symbolics" in the calculation options.

B1.png

You can leave your worksheet unchanged otherwise - despite changing P.y to C.y of course:

B2.png

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LucMeekes
23-Emerald III
(To:FC_10037391)

You define Ay(t) and Cy(t), and want to plot Py(t),,,?

 

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Luc

My bad it is Cy(t) against t. I also tried to add the units but still getting the error 

LucMeekes
23-Emerald III
(To:FC_10037391)

OK. You're using symbolic evaluation in your definitions of Ay and Cy. Prime is capable of such things, but (too) often creates a mess.

LucMeekes_1-1658433807587.png

 

See how some of your units remain units (bold blue italic) and some don't.

The better way to work with symbolics is to stay symbolic until you need to input values. Something like this:

LucMeekes_0-1658433587747.png

Success!

Luc

Primes auto-labelling, especially in connection with units and symbolic evaluation most of the time is a PITA.

But in case of your problem, the simple solution is to turn on "Units/Constants in Symbolics" in the calculation options.

B1.png

You can leave your worksheet unchanged otherwise - despite changing P.y to C.y of course:

B2.png

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