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As I have posted a number of times, I am still learning how to do things here. I was wondering if someone could help me to figure out how to attach a notebook file to a question.

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    This is unfortunately not possible. You can host the notebook on another site through, and post a link here. You can use services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, ge.tt, etc. However, the best thing would be if you could write the question concisely and include all the relevant code (and only the relevant code) within the question. – Szabolcs May 3 '16 at 12:15
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    When people post notebooks, oftentimes they leave a lot of irrelevant code in there, or don't take the effort to isolate the problem. Please don't do that. Of course there are cases when a problem is best illustrated with a notebook, but I think this is the case only in a minority of situations. To take your last question as an example, if you illustrated it with an actual equation (which would have been helpful), the best thing would have been to use a single simple one. The fact that you had 6 is irrelevant to the question. – Szabolcs May 3 '16 at 12:22
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    Don't. Prepare a minimal example and post that. Then the question is answerable even by folks reading it on a cellphone. Moreover, notebooks are not safe, one can hide dynamic code, events etc. in many places there. I'm not opening notebooks/enabling dynamics unless I really trust the source. – Kuba May 3 '16 at 20:25
  • Thank you all. I will do better. I appreciate all of your patience and helpfulness. I will redo the question on the ode fitting. – tmwitten May 11 '16 at 13:29

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