hi,

there is a common differential equation in my maple note,the solution of the eq. can be expressed by

associated Legendre function(s),but i get a result by hypergeometric representation.how i can translate the later into a single Legendre fun？

Thank you in advance

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It would be nice if Maple had a procedure which could turn a procedurelist into a listprocedure.I use these words in the sense they are used in dsolve/numeric.Thus by a procedurelist I mean a procedure returning lists (of numbers).By a listprocedure I mean a list of procedures all having the same formal parameters and each returning one number.Thus a `convert/listprocedure`should accept a procedurelist p as input and give as output the corresponding listprocedure [p1,p2, ... pN] where N is the number of elements in the output from p.I tried making a `convert/listprocedure` myself and in doing so found that it was not totally trivial.I had lots of problems but did end up with something that seems to work.convert-listprocedur.mwBut my main point is that Maple ought to have some such facility either as described available to the user or by changing fsolve, complexplot or what have you, so that procedurelists are accepted.

Hello.

I am novice here and I have an question about export animations frames into sequence of postscript files. I don't googled nothing about this theme.Here is my question:

Is there an option to convert the animated picture into sequence of separate images and then (eg using the program cycle) save this images as separate PostScript images? I know the possibility of exporting to GIF file and then converting them into PS file. But I do not have a PS file with a sequence of bitmap images. I would sufficed for me to be able to see a separate frame of animation (through any index).

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Hi All,

I tried to convert the following hypergeometric function into BesselJ function. But I failed to do so. Could any one let me know the reference or procedure to convert the Hypergeom function into bessel function.

Following is the integral I am intended to do.

Result:

I need to convert the result into equivalent bessel function.

If at all there is a way to co-relate the generalized corelation between bessel function <-> hypergeom function.

Direct me to any books you come across.

Thanks

I have a vector that looks like this:"GOOG.NASDAQ_A.4""GOOG.NASDAQ_AAC.4""GOOG.NASDAQ_AACC.4"Now in order to make the api call it has to be expressed as:http://quandl.com/api/v1/multisets.csv?columns=GOOG.NASDAQ_A.4,GOOG.NASDAQ_AAC.4,GOOG.NASDAQ_AACC.4or as:"http://quandl.com/api/v1/multisets.csv?columns=GOOG.NASDAQ_A.4,GOOG.NASDAQ_AAC.4,GOOG.NASDAQ_AACC.4"How would I make that transformation? It looks simple but it is difficult ie string notation and you cant copy past (thousands of stocks). LL_101)_Quandl_Get_D.mw

Hello ...

how to convert matrix to single code like below

for example ,a:=

how i want to combine a like b:= 00000001111000111100000110011001110101010101

accroding to http://www.maplesoft.com/support/help/Maple/view.aspx?path=convert%2fVector set can't be converted to Vector.

So I have to convert set to list, then convert the list to a Vector:

a:={1,2}:convert(convert(a,list),Vector);I was wondering if there is a short way to type this or a command that I might have overlooked, as it seems too much typing for such a common operation. (it would be nice if convert would support this automatically by doing the above so one can just type convert(a,Vector). I am using Maple 17.02. I googled around, and did not find anything.

On a side note: The reason I ask, is that dsolve and many other operations like it, return the solutions as a set. Many times I need to multiply this by a Matrix. Hence the conversion need.

I have list for a:=[11110, 10101,100,10101], but, this list i want assume that all number is base 2..so, how i want to convert to base 10?

Hello....how to convert decimal to binary??for example [10, 3,90,6]..how to convert this number into binary??

i interpolate a function in some knots by BSplineCurve, the resulting function is parametric.

how i can convert this parametric function to a function?

thanks.

How can I copy and paste equations from Maple to Microsoft Word not in picture form so that I can edit.

I have some large equations derived in maple but want to paste them on Microsoft Word, where I am writing my paper.

Hello all,

I have a question about converting a continuous piecewise function to Heaviside function, which the function includes trunc() in its conditions.

(I found differentiating piecewise function gives me "undefined" at boundary)

When I do that operation (convert(piecewisefunc, Heaviside)) I get the error below.

"Error, (in piecewise/simprootsstep) cannot determine if this expression is true or false: 0 < 183.3333333*Pi"

I want to use for do loop and the print statement. print(h, AA) gives two columns left for h and right for AA separeted by comma. How to change this two column presentation so that I can get the sequence of h and sequence of AA. Note that print(h) and print(AA) gives two separate columns. But I want to convert print(h, AA).

for h from 0.01 by .1 to 5 do AA := (1+h)/h^2; print(h, AA) end do:

One of those vexing things that should be easy:

I am reading in a data file using ImportMatrix. Since the file has one column with texual data I cannot use datatype=float since that bombs. I >can< ImportMatrix with datatype=string or anything.

I then extract columns using the appropriate command and want to do something numeric with them (only with those columns that have correct floating point numbers). That fails since my data are now not floats (even when using anything...

An intersection in my neighbourhood, currently controlled by a 2-way stop, is under consideration to become a 4-way stop. This means the traffic that currently has the right-of-way will be required to come to a complete stop, wheras previously they could have coasted down the hill, and accelerated up the other side. Politics aside, I was curious to explore the following question:

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