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Hi, 
I love programming in Maple and I am interested in using MapleNet to display Maplets I have created. However, I am a novice in software and web technology. My questions, do I only need creating Maple worksheets, establishing interfaces and uploading the worksheets at an appropriate server in order to be able using MapleNet without any additional software? Can MapleNet display both GUI-based and command-driven-based Maplets on the web? Btw, I already read and downloaded "5 Developing Worksheets for MapleNet" but I do not fully understand its contents due to technical terms used in it.
I noticed that the following website: http://www.maplenet.net/ offers web services commercially. Does this website
have any relationship with MapleNet from Maplesoft or one of the most appropriate servers to upload and play our worksheets with MapleNet?

Thanks in advance for any helpful reply.

Loeky

email: L.Haryanto@unhas.ac.id


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For some time I have been running into the problem where uploaded worksheets that are inlined into a Mapleprimes post get gridlines shown, even when they are not specified or shown in the original worksheet. This is a problem because quite often the gridlines make an inlined plot unattractive.

I believe that Mapleprimes uses some version of MapleNet as a mechanism for inlining uploaded worksheets.

It seems that the Standard GUI and/or MapleNet have special handling for gridlines in the sense that they actually distinguish between PLOT structures generated without the `gridlines` option versus those created with `gridlines=false`.  I believe that this has something to do with the persistence of various plot qualities in an output region which (perhaps for historical reasons?)  allow re-execution of a plot input command to produce a plot output rendering that remembers whether gridlines are visible.

If the second plot below does indeed get rendered here in Primes without gridlines visible then one workaround is evident: adding `gridlines=false` instead of omitting the option.


plot(sin(x),x=-Pi..Pi);

plot(sin(x),x=-Pi..Pi,gridlines=false);

 


Download test.mw

I'll submit a bug report against MapleNet.

acer

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How would i go about integrating

(1)/(x^2+2)

 

I know it has to do something with arc tan but it doesnt match up completely what would I be able to do?

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i have a problem when i input this code in maple,..

how it can be error?

what the solve?

thanks for help me

the code:


> with(plots); with(DEtools); with(plottools); a := 0, 5; b := 0, 2; c := 0, 7; d := 0, 2; E := 0, 1;
                                    0, 5

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eithne

hi 

if I have two partition Pi and Pi 'I want to know the decomposition of Pi' 

Hi guys,

I tried many days but cannot find where to download or buy MapleNet 15. Please help me I am so appriciated.

Several things are broken on mapleprimes right now, including

- embedded (full) worksheets as displayed 2D Math, etc

- reputation plots for several (if not most) members

- both moderator badge updates

 

I cannot make a worksheet function as it should in MapleNet 11. It contains a graph and a slider to adjust the graph. It looks fine, but when I try to read the value of the slider I get an error message "Error: ecslider17 not found". The worksheet works perfectly in "offline Maple".

 

Any suggestions how to fix this will be most welcome.

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