Hi all,

I was trying to plot a Slope Field with only 1 solution line like this:

CairoMakie can do better,

I have come out with this

but I have problem that in this code I cannot delete the `contour!(...)`

and it is problematic since the differential equation is

y' = 0.2y(16-y)

And I also have a bit of problem to draw the contour lines correctly with CairoMakie. It should not be vertical lines.

I try either:

`f(x,y) = y/exp(-x*(0.2y - 3.2))`

or

`f(x,y) = 16 - 13*exp(-0.2x)`

all were wrong

I have found that the particular solution for initial value problem y(0)=3 is this equation:

16 - 13*exp(-0.2x)

this is my recent code (but it can’t work anymore if I uncomment the `lines!(...)`

):

```
using CairoMakie
fig = Figure()
ax = Axis(fig[1,1])
X = range(0, stop=10, length=60)
Y = range(0, stop=30, length=60)
# y' = 0.2y(16-y)
# Draw the particular solution that satisfies the initial condition y(0)=3
# write the f(t,y) / f(x,y) here
f(x,y) = 16 - 13*exp(-0.2x)
# f(x,y) = y/exp(-x*(0.2y - 3.2))
contour!(X, Y, f, color = :blue, linewidth=2)
#lines!(X, f, color = :blue, label = "y(0)=3")
dydx(x,y) = Point2f(1, 0.2*y*(16-y) )
streamplot!(dydx, 0..10.0, 0..30.0, colormap=:summer) # colormap = :magma
fig
save("/home/browni/LasthrimProjection/JupyterLab/CairoMakie/directionfield3.png",fig)
```

Hopefully I can get help here. Thanks