Annonymouse

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Hi i was trying to numerically integrate my freinds model with dsolve, and i am sure that I have put all the right components in the command as described in the help page, but it doesn't work. (Here is a worksheet with the model Lindas_signal_transduction_model.mw )

What is the problem with the way I have called the function?
Does anyone have a mental checklist that they use for dsolve commands? because I often struggle with making them work.

 

Lang_2_output_as_tswitch_varies.mw

^ in this worksheet I have made a graph of a variable in a simple ODE against time (shown below), at t=150 a switch condition, in the worksheet called tswitch, changes the rates of change of the ODE.

I am thinking about afunction that maps tswitch->solution of the ODE and would like to visualise it as a 3d surface, but couldn't work it out in Maple

 

I have just made a bar graph in Visualising_numerous_derivatives_of_the_L2_model.mw

and i would like to set it to be logscaled, but could not find an option in the documentation, or a way of using a logplot to get similar functionality

Hi

I have made a worksheet showing how a variable, from an ode varies with time 

I would like to make similar graphs for y',y'',y''' etc and i couldn't think of how to do it.

Additionally I wanted to plot a bar graph of  y^(i)(1000)-lim(t approaches 1000 from below of y) any ideas oin how to do that?

thanks

I'm working towards creating a way to visualise real polynomial ideals! (or at least the solutions of the polynomials in the ideals) this code creates a plot showing the solutions to all the polynomials in the ideal generated by P1 and P2 (these are specified in the code)

with(plots);
P1 := x^2+2*y^2-3;
solve(P1, y);
Plot1 := plot([%], x = -2 .. 2);

P2 := -2*x^2+2*x*y+3*y^2+x-4;
solve(%, y);
Plot2 := plot([%], x = -4 .. 2);

P2*a+P1;
solve(%, y);
seq(plot([%], x = -4 .. 2), a = 0 .. 10, .1);
display(%, Plot1, Plot2)




This is because when you multiply two polynomials their set of solution curves is just the union of the sets of curves associated with the previous polynomials.

For the next step I'd like to create a graph of the solutions associated with an ideal with three generators. To stop this from being excessively messy I'd like to do it with the RGB value of the colour of a curve is determined by  a and b where the formula for a generic polynomial that we are solving and graphing is given by:

P1+a*P2+b*P3;

where P3 is given by

P3 := x*y-3

I've tried various ways to use cury to make this work (my intuition is cury is the right function to use here)  but got no where. Any ideas how to procede?

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