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I am Maple 15 student edition user and the packages is not loaded when I use the execute all command from the GUI. I have to manually press the enter key to have by package loaded before I use a function defined in the package. How can I work around this issue?

Thanks

P.S: You can see the Maple document attached to this post.

NumericalSimulation.mw

In Maple, I seem to keep finding commands in different Maple build-in packages that does the same thing. Which is very confusing for someone trying to learn Maple.

Maple seems to have good things in it, but at the same time, it strikes me as a large bag with lots of tools and commands thrown in with little sense of coherence. One needs one command from one package to finish the job started using a command from a different package, and an option from one place to patch something done with a command from another package.

Here is one example. I wanted to obtain the diagonal of a matrix. So far, I found 3 commands that do the same exact thing:

A:=Matrix([ [1,2,3],[4,5,6],[7,8,9]]);
MTM:-diag(A);  #1
LinearAlgebra:-Diagonal(A);  #2
Student:-LinearAlgebra:-Diagonal(A);  #3

I am sure if continue to look, I might find another command to do the same thing hiding in some other package.

The problem for new user like me, is how does one decide which comand to use. This is the same as with constructing a Matrix. There is the Matrix([[]]) notation and metod, and there is the <<>> notation that does the same thing but with different and conflicting syntax.

Having many commands that do duplicate things is not a good thing at all. Commands should be axiomatic and orthogonal to each others. I think there should be a document that describes from a high level all these packages, may be as a block diagram with arrows that show the relation, if any, between them, and how they interact and when to use one vs. the other.

Is there a reason for this duplication of functionality? Does any one at Maplesoft look at such issues?

 

Addition, subtraction, scalar product, vector, projections and graphs with physics packages and plots. With this you can begin to start the physics course for engineering.

Operaciones_con_Vect.mw   (in spanish)

 

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Physics Pure

Computer Science

can we load part of a package not the package whole !? for example from physics package i only need diff tool not all of the package tools,can i do sth for that !? 

I am using an old package, Janet, I got from http://wwwb.math.rwth-aachen.de/Janet/janet.html with Maple 16.

I changed the libname to point to the directory where the package files are.

Few days ago I was able to call help(Janet); without any problems but now everytime I try to call help(Janet)

Maple front-end loses connection to the ihe Maple kernel.

The package loads fine...

I have a question about the different possibilities for calling a little used function from a package. It seems that there are three ways to do that:

1) Load the package and use te short form of the call e.g.
> with(combinat);
>randperm(5);

2) just load the command e.g.

>with(combinat,randperm);
>randperm(5);

3) use the long form of the call e.g.

>combinat[randperm](5)

4) with the use command e.g.

Loading a customised package on my computer I can use all of its functions easily. But I am looking to find the maple code of the procedure that make this function works, I am sure there is a trick but I am struggling to find it. I researched online quite a bit without any success as the threads I found about making your own packages are too technical for me.
Would anyone know how to do that?

Thanks in advance.
P.K

is there a simple maple package template that i can look at?

I wrote a module with about 30 procs, i want to make it into a package but I don't really know where to start.

 

all i need is an existing package that i can simply

 

  • rename the title
  • swap the code with my own code
  • swap the example with my own example
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