#### Topic: graphing the zeta function

How do i graph the zeta function as it walks up the half line ?

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How do i graph the zeta function as it walks up the half line ?

I am not sure I understand your question, but you can plot the zeta function as f(x)=zeta(x).

Sorry for being so vague, I'm mathematically illiterate.

I would like to replicate the graph in the attached file.

Thank you

You can plot it as the parametric function: x(t)=re(zeta(0.5+i*t)), y(t)=im(zeta(0.5+i*t))

You need to set From=0 and To=34.

You also need to enable *Calculate with complex numbers* in the *Edit|Axes* dialog under the *Settings* tab.

I have attached a grf files that shows it.

Thank you Ivan

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