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Thanks to different posts of the subject "Exporting data from Excel to Maple", I could learn the method to do it and conduct it.

Now, I would like to store the data exported from Excel to Maple in the worksheet and make my worksheet independent from the excel sheet.

The idea is that I can send my worksheet to a collegue and he can use without the excel sheet.

May you advice me a strategy to store the imported data ?

The copy/ paste works but it doesn't look smart.

Thank you for your help.


Dear all, I have obtained some figures in Maple code. But they looks not very good. Iwant to export the plot data to matlab. Then try to plot in matlab. I think it should't be very hard. Does anyone can help me? Thanks


I have a worksheet that makes 38 Mo. I find it a bit huge because my code is only composed by 20 code lines. I guess that Maple has saved a important volume of data which makes the file very heavy.

I would like to reduce the size of my worksheet so as to be able to send it to colleagues.

How can I remove all the data save in a file?

I find how to display only the inputs but the data in term of size seems to be still present.

Thanks a lot for your help

I want to obtain polynomial representation of my data:


X:=Vector([huge data package-X],datatype=float):

Y:=Vector([huge data package-Y],datatype=float):

NonlinearFit(c*t^2+b*t+a, X, Y, t)

but I can't see any result. What's the problem?

My worksheet: He_p=f(t).mw

I tried to fit a sin function to some data using Statistics[Fit] however the result either didn't work properly or worked differently from the way I expected it to work.

a2 is the calculated function from Statistics[Fit] and a3 is some quickly inserted values that provides a more satisfying result. 

Why is a better fitting line not found?

restart; gc()

X := [73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91]:

Y := [35, 35, 36, 41, 47, 42, 43, 37, 34, 28, 28, 30, 27, 33, 35, 38, 42, 42, 40]:




a1 := pointplot(zip(`[]`, X, Y)):

f := Statistics:-Fit(a*sin(b*x+c)+d, X, Y, x)



a2 := plot(f, x = 72 .. 92):


display(a1, a2)


f1 := 8*sin(.5*x-5.5)+36



a3 := plot(f1, x = 72 .. 92):


plots:-display(a1, a3)




how to make physical quantities graphs from RK45 ode bvp convective boundary layer flow rather than using lines

i use lines command copy one by one yje data from the solution

are they any simplest way to sketch graphs for physical quantities like f'', thetha prime versus 3 parameters?

Hello everyone,


I have a set of data that I have imported in Maple.  When I plot the data, I can see that there are two sine waves in it.  It is a plot of radial velocity of a star versus time.  This is about a reflex motion of a star with an orbiting planet.  We will set that there is only one planet.

I would like to extract those two sine waves.  I am including that *.csv file that I imported in Maple that you can download at this address.

This is not for an exam but it is for a course in February and this will be very helpful and I want to share this file.  I can predict that there will be more than one planet but it is the idea that is important.


Thank you in advance for your help.


Mario Lemelin
Maple 2015 Ubuntu 14.04 - 64 bits
Maple 2015 Win 10 Pro - 64 bits messagerie : téléphone :  (819) 376-0987

Dear Maple users

I know how to fit a function with some parameters to some data, but how can it be done if the data is 2-dimensional? I mean: I have some time array T, some X array and some Y array. How do I fit a function with certain parameters to the data: (x(t),y(t)) to fit (X(T), y(T)), ...



I've this equation ,what is displacement,

U := sum(C[i]*lambda[i]*h^2*M*(C[13]+C[55])*exp(Z*lambda[i]*M)*cos(M*x)/C[11], i = 1 .. 4);
 But when I used the data ,I do not get the right result

the datas are

h := .25;
M := Pi/L; L := 1;
E[3] := 1; E[1] := 40; E[2] := 1;
V[13] := .25; V[31] := .25; V[12] := .25; V[23] := .25; V[32] := .25; V[21] := .25;

G[44] := .2; G[55] := .2; G[66] := .2;

G[13] := .5;

C[55] := G[13];

Omega := -2*V[13]*V[21]*V[32]-V[12]*V[21]-V[13]*V[31]-V[23]*V[32]+1;

C[11] := (-V[23]*V[32]+1)*E[1]/Omega;

C[12] := (V[13]*V[32]+V[12])*E[2]/Omega;

C[33] := (1-V[12]*V[12])*E[3]/Omega;


C[1] := -.2596702449; C[2] := -2.411545729; C[3] := -0.6051254981e-1; C[4] := .4085627399;

lambda[1] := .6891428810; lambda[2] := -.6891428810; lambda[3] := 9.177422410; lambda[4] := -9.177422410;

could you help me plase


I have such problem:

I calculated rather complicated function, and i want to obtain the array or list of data with definite step.

For this purpose I used next expression:


I need minimum 1000 points, but calculation for the 100 points requires about 300 second, for 1000 - it will be about 3000 seconds. It's too long for me.


How could I accelerate this process?



Plotting of my function requires about 90 seconds for the entire range. So, this is very strange, thad converting to data list requres so much time.

Hello, i am doing some schmidt-analysis on a stirling engine, but my question is rather simple. I have the measured presure P at a given time T as a 229x2 matrix, i also have a function, V__total(T), for the total volume of the engine at a given time T. 

I then go on to create a pointplot PV, which is rougly the shape of a potato. I now want to find the area enclosed by this point plot, is there any way? 

I do something like:

> DATA:=ImportMatrix(filepath,skiplines=1); %import data from .txt file, skip header line. 

>P:=DeleteColumn(DATA,1); %Isolate presure column

>T:=DeleteColumn(DATA,2); %Isolate time coliumn

>V:=V__total~(T); %Generate volume vector as a function of time T


Is there any wat to finde the area enclosed by the curve/ Int(P,V)


I'm a very new beginner, and I have a question about getting the data of a curve from a JPG, without using manual measures an too getting more accurate datas.

I wish to fit the curve with a model. The JPG joined, from EU 2015, is about human thermoregulation. I still try to found a model with Mathematica but am uncertain seeing the result as illogic.

Did anyone write something to read curves from a JPG and get coordinates from these curves ? In the JPG, the curve is above, as an 'U'.

Thanks for your advice,


I have used data and the curve fitting procedure to find a curve and I now have to put error bars on the graph to complete my task? I know that there is an errorplot function but I cant seem to find a way to do it with the curvefitting thing?


I have attached the whole worksheet, I hope someone can help! Thanks


Even if there was some method of exporting the graph to another medium that would also be very helpful




I am pretty new to Maple and Im trying to find the parameters of an equation using some kind of fit routine but I can only find such a routine to fit an expression to data and not vice versa.

my equation is as follows


epsilon(E):= a0 + a1*ln(E) + a2*ln(E)^2 + a3*ln(E)^3


I do have data for E which I imagine I need. 


E:= {121, 244, 344, 411, 444, 778, 867, 964, 1085, 1112, 1212, 1299, 1408} all in keV :)


Any suggestions/help would be much appreciated, although I am new to the program so go easy on me :) 




Hi all

As you know  in Matlab many Maple Functions didn't define. One of that is   HeunT  function. Now I want to plot that in Matlab, I'm surfing in the net, Unfortunately I can't find it...!

Please help me to get all the data points from my Plot in Maple so that I could plot those in Matlab.

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