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  Elena, Liya

  "Researching turkish song: the selection of the main element and its graphic transformations",

   Russia, Kazan, school #57

The setting and visualization of the melodic line of the song
> restart:
> with(plots):with(plottools):
> p0:=plot([[0.5,9],[1,7],[2,9],[4,11],[6,9],[7,11],[8,7],[10,9],[12,9],[14,9],[16,7],[16.5,9],[17,7],[18,9]],color=magenta):p1:=plot([[18,9],[20,11],[22,9],[23,11],[24,9],[26,11],[28,11],[29.5,8],[30,11],[32,9],[33.5,8],[34,9],[36,7],[37.5,5],[38,9],[40,7],[42,5],[44,5],[46,4],[47,5],[48,2],[50,4],[51,5],[51.5,4],[52,2],[54,4],[56,4],[56.5,5],[57,4],[58,5],[60,7],[62,5],[64,7],[66,5]],color=cyan):
> p2:=plot([[66,5],[68,5],[69,5],[70,4],[71,5],[71.5,4],[72,2],[73,4],[74,5],[75,7],[76,5],[78,4],[78.5,7],[80,5],[82.5,4],[83.5,4],[84,2],[86,4],[88,4],[90.5,4],[91.5,4]],color=red):
> p3:=plot([[91.5,4],[92,2],[94,4],[96,4],[96.5,9],[97,7],[98,9],[100,11],[100.5,9],[101,11],[102,9],[104,11],[106,9],[108,9],[109,9],[109.5,9],[110,7],[111,9],[112,7],[113,7],[114,9],[116,11],[116.5,9],[117,11],[118,9],[119.5,11],[120,9],[122.5,9],[124,9],[124.5,9],[125,11],[125.5,9],[126,11],[128,9],[129,7],[130,9],[132,11],[132.5,9],[133,11],[134,9],[136,11],[136.5,9],[138.5,9],[140,9],[140.5,9],[141,11],[141.5,9],[142,11],[143,7],[143.5,7],[144,9],[144.5,9],[145,7],[146,9],[148,11],[148.5,9],[149,11],[150,9],[151.5,11],[152,9],[154.5,9],[156,9],[156.5,9],[157,11],[157.5,9],[158,11],[160,9],[161,7],[162,9],[164,11],[164.5,9],[165,11],[166,9],[168,11],[168.5,9],[171.5,9],[172,9],[172.5,9],[173.5,11],[174,9],[174.5,11],[175,7],[175.5,7],[176,9],[176.5,9],[177,7],[178,9],[180,11],[180.5,9],[181,11],[182,9],[183.5,11],[184,9],[186.5,9],[188,9],[188.5,9],[189,11],[189.5,9],[190,11],[192,9],[192.5,9],[193,7],[194,9],[196,11],[196.5,9],[197,11],[198,9],[200,11],[201.5,9],[202,11],[203,9],[203.5,8],[204,9],[205,7],[205.5,9],[206,11],[207,9],[208,7],[209,8],[209.5,7],[210,9],[211,7],[212,5],[213,5],[213.5,5],[214,9],[215,7],[216,5],[217,5],[217.5,5],[218,7],[219,5],[220,4],[221,4],[221.5,4],[222,7],[223,5],[224,4],[225,4],[227,4],[227.5,4],[228,2],[230,4]],color=blue):
> p4:=plot([[230,4],[232,4],[232.5,5],[233,4],[234,5],[236,7],[236.5,5],[237,5],[238,9],[240,7],[242.5,5],[244,5],[245,5],[246,4],[246.5,5],[247,4],[248,2],[250,4],[250.5,7],[251,5],[252,4],[254,4],[254.5,7],[255,5],[256,4],[258,4]],color=brown):
> p5:=plot([[258,4],[259,4],[260,2]],color=green):
> plots[display](p0,p1,p2,p3,p4,p5,thickness=2);



The selection of the main melodic element in graph of whole song. The whole song is divided into separate elements - results of transformationss0:=plot([[7,11],[8,7],[10,9],[12,9],[14,9],[16,7],[16.5,9]],color=blue):
> s1:=plot([[118,9],[119.5,11],[120,9],[122.5,9],[124,9],[124.5,9],[125,11],[125.5,9]],color=blue):
> s2:=plot([[134,9],[136,11],[136.5,9],[138.5,9],[140,9],[140.5,9],[141,11],[141.5,9]],color=blue):
> s3:=plot([[150,9],[151.5,11],[152,9],[154.5,9],[156,9],[156.5,9],[157,11],[157.5,9]],color=blue):
> s4:=plot([[166,9],[168,11],[168.5,9],[171.5,9],[172,9],[172.5,9],[173.5,11],[174,9]],color=blue):
> s5:=plot([[182,9],[183.5,11],[184,9],[186.5,9],[188,9],[188.5,9],[189,11],[189.5,9]],color=blue):
> s6:=plot([[250,4],[250.5,7],[251,5],[252,4],[254,4],[254.5,7],[255,5],[256,4]],color=blue):
> plots[display](s0,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5,s6);
> s:=plots[display](s0,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5,s6):


Animated display of grafical transformation of the basic element (to click on the picture - on the panel of instruments appears player - to play may step by step).m0:=plot([[7,11],[8,7],[10,9],[12,9],[14,9],[16,7],[16.5,9]],color=blue):
> pm:=plot([[118,9],[119.5,11],[120,9],[122.5,9],[124,9],[124.5,9],[125,11],[125.5,9]],color=red,style=line,thickness=4):
> iop:=plots[display](m0,pm,insequence=true):
> plots[display](iop,s0);

> m0_t:=translate(m0,110,0):
> m0_r:=reflect(m0_t,[[0,9],[24,9]]):
> plots[display](m0,m0_r,insequence=true);
> m0r:=plots[display](m0,m0_r,insequence=true):

> pm0:=plots[display](pm,m0):
> plots[display](pm0,m0r);

> m0:=plot([[7,11],[8,7],[10,9],[12,9],[14,9],[16,7],[16.5,9]],color=blue):
> pn:=plot([[134,9],[136,11],[136.5,9],[138.5,9],[140,9],[140.5,9],[141,11],[141.5,9]],color=blue,thickness=3):
> iop:=plots[display](m0,pn,insequence=true):
> plots[display](iop,s0);

> m0_t1:=translate(m0,126,0):
> m0_r1:=reflect(m0_t1,[[0,9],[24,9]]):
> plots[display](m0,m0_r1,insequence=true);
> m0r1:=plots[display](m0,m0_r1,insequence=true):

> pm01:=plots[display](pn,m0):
> plots[display](pm01,m0r1);


> pm2:=plots[display](pn,pm,m0):
> plots[display](pm0,m0r,pm01,m0r1);

> pt_i_1:=seq(translate(pm,5*11*i,0),i=0..4):
> plots[display](pt_i_1);

> pm_i:=seq(translate(pm,5*11*i,0),i=0..4):
> plots[display](pm_i);
> iop1:=plots[display](pm_i,insequence=true):
> plots[display](iop1,s0);


> pm_i_0:=seq(translate(m0_r,5*11*i,0),i=0..4):
> plots[display](pm_i_0);
> iop2:=plots[display](pm_i_0,insequence=true):
> plots[display](iop2,s0);








I would like to animate solid of revolution for a region bounded by y=x^2+1, y=x, x=0 and x=2;

(a) about x=-1

(b) about y=6

Could anyone please help?



Hello everyone,

I'm working on a simulation for standing wave to prove that the combination of 2 waves in opposite direction can create standing wave. So I use these:

> restart;
> with(plots):
> W1:=A*cos(omega*t-k*x);

> W2:=A*cos(omega*t+k*x);

> W:=W1+W2;

> SW:=(A,omega,k)->animate(plot,[{W1,W2,W},x=-4..4,y=-4..4,color=[red,green,blue],scaling=constrained],t=0..5,frames=10);

> display(SW(2,2*Pi,5),insequence);

It did work if SW is a function with one variable, now I need 3 variables (A,omega,k);

It said: "Plotting error, empty plot"

Please show me my mistake or an another method. Thank you

Hello everyone, I'm a new one to Maple, I've just learnt some basic tools.

I want to creat a command that can animate the graph of line y=ax+b by the parameter a, and b will be subscribe later. For example, I can plot y=x+b by:



It did work.

However, applying this with animation didn't seem to work. 



It did not create an animation, instead 5 frames of this graph for a=0, 2.5, 5, 7.5, 10

Please show me a solution for this problem, thank you


I am trying to manually enter some data into some TimeSeries format and then use that in an Animated BubblePlot but there are few examples.  Can someone create an example to show some random data entered in as a time series so that BubblePlot can animate it?  I am having many problems with this.

have eroror when run command below


animate(dualaxisplot(plot(sin(x+A), x=0..5), plot(cos(x+A), x=0..5), style = line, gridlines = false), A = 0 .. 5);

I am modeling a molecule.  I have six line segments.  I know the coordinates of their ends as functions of time.  Naively, I would think it would go like this:

define some functions (composites of trig functions, rational functions, etc)

define points 1,2, ..., 6.   (in terms of the functions)

define line1, line2, ...., line6

define structure = union of 6 lines

animate(structure) as t goes from t_0, ..., t_1

How exactly do i do this?

I would like to overwrite a plot that's updated within a loop over time. 

I used animate already, but the problem is that it's  only updated at specific points in time (not regularly distributed) and with animate I can only use frames that are equally divided over the wholre range. To update each time step costs unneeded memory and time. 

I hope that there exists a better solution.

thanks for your help.

Hi all,


I'm trying to create the 3D animation which can show the idea of rotating 2D function plot, such as:



display(seq(surfdata([seq([seq([x, cos(2*p*Pi*(1/25))*x^(1/2), -sin(2*p*Pi*(1/25))*x^(1/2)], x = 0 .. 4, .1)], p = 0 .. t)]), t = 1 .. 25), insequence = true);

But it's too inconvenient because of too many seq functions in this commond, is there any easier way to plot this animatiton?

Thank you.

Hi, is it possible to instantly start the display of plot animations after they are generated in maple? I searched for answers in the documentation and on the internet but couldn't find a solution. I would like to skip the step of manually clicking the plot and the "play animation" button.

Hi all, I am new to MAPLE, I have been using Mathematica mostly. Here is what i am trying to do in MAPLE, 

Use the procedure plotmotion 2 on the plotmo worksheet to animate the motion of a marble in a bowl of the shape of the bottom half of the ellipsoid x^2/16 + y^2/12 +z^2/9 = 1

Can anyone help? It will be greatly appreciated.

is it possible to use an animated zoom on a pointplot?

I used the view option (view = [-t .. t, -t .. t]) and animated the t value in a sequence, but it did not work.

kind regards,

Harry Garst


Hi All,

I am using pds:-animate to show the results of integration of a two function system, u(x,t) and v (x,t). I would like this command uses two different colors for each line but the command "color=[blue, green]" is not working and both lines have the same color (blue).

Some help?

Thanks a lot,



Knowing that the Taylor series for cos(x) is:
sum := sum+(-1)^i*x^(2*i)/(2*i)!

How would I write the following Maple code?

Generate an animation sequence showing the Taylor series approximation of cos(x) from N=1..10, where N is the number of terms in the series. Each subsequent frame of the animation should show a more accurate representation of cos(x) than the previous one. Plot the animation from x = -2*Pi .. 2*Pi, y = -5 .. 5

Greetings, seeking an expert to animate a plot.

see worksheet.posterior_graphs_(encapsulted)

before they play each other, each have a law (a normal distribution) plot-output 6.

after DD defeats CC, and a numerical integration is performed the new laws are given by plot-output 18.

as you can see, the laws of DD and CC are closer together.

if the calc was repeated (DD defeats CC again), the laws would be closer again.

so what i require is an animation of the new laws from game 1 to (say) game 6 (DD defeats CC every time). seeing the red and blue distributions merging would be ideal.

as an aside I heard maples FFT could simplify the complicated integration. any suggestions?


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