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Im having trouble with the TAYLR command.

I try

3: ln(x^2+1)
2: 0
1: 4

TAYLR

and want to get the 4th degree Taylor polynomial of
ln(x^2+1) at x=0, but i get an error.

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Jostein Trondal

I found the solution:

3: ln(x^2+1)

2: x

1: 4

TAYLR

gives what I want. The advanced user guide isn't
exactly abundant with examples...

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Jostein Trondal