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  • EllipticThetaPrime[ a , u , q ] gives the derivative with respect to of the theta function ().
  • See notes for EllipticTheta.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 3.2.11.

    Further Examples

    The third argument of EllipticThetaPrime should be a complex number with absolute value less than 1. This argument is the nome corresponding to the modulus employed by most other elliptic functions. See EllipticNomeQ.



    EllipticThetaPrime is the derivative of EllipticTheta with respect to .