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display(seq(plot(sin(m*x)), m = 1 .. 2))
The icons across the top of your screen are controlled by your graphics card - you can adjust those settings separate from maple through windows control panel - display. The plot size I believe is also affected by this setting.
The rest of the worksheet size is can be changed by holding crtl and a pressing a number (default size is 2)
The reason I ask is because the latest maple bug http://www.mapleprimes.com/posts/201844-Possible-Bug-In-Maple- appears to be fixed in Maple 2015 by first loading the Physics package. But it needs to be loaded right after a restart.
I was hoping your Physics addons would also fix earlier versions of Maple since I don't think Maplesoft would be providing updates to earlier Maple versions.
I tried a few other packages but only the Physics package seemed to rid Maple (only 2015) of the bug. Also I only tried the second option of loading the Physics package into a user library rather than the system library for Maple18 to see if it worked in an earlier version which unfortunatley did not.
Using map2 should get what you want
L := [[1, 2, 3], [4, 3, 2]]:
map2(map, `^`, L, 2)
One more way
Not near Maple right now so I can't be sure but try
How about this
In the plot axes=box maybe is what you mean.
However what one can do is use mapleprimes as the viewer.
Using Ask a question (but not to post it) one can upload the file and insert contents :)
The only issue with that is if the document has collapsed fields, one would not be able to view the contents of any collapsed fields.
use this option in your plotting command
etc.. Just add whatever words you want at the numeric location you want in place of the a b c d etc.. I show.
to get you started plot the equation a:=plot(x^2-4) use pointplot for your points then use display to plot both of them on the same graph
a := plot(x^2-4);
b := pointplot([[-2, 0], [2, 0]], symbol = circle, symbolsize = 20);
I'd like to hear from the mapleprimes moderators on this issue as well. If this is something they're working on or is mapleprimes more or less just floating on it's own now.