Carl Love

Carl Love

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My name was formerly Carl Devore.

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The "something went wrong" bug seems to be user-dependent and thread-consistent. That is, I cannot Comment or Reply in the post "Updates to MaplePrimes" no matter when I try, but Christopher can post in that thread, but I guess that he is getting the bug on other threads. Christopher, is that right? Also, I wonder if this bug only affects moderators.

Is the structure being plotted simply a curve? Or are there filled regions or other embellishments?

What do you intend to do with this Matrix once you have it saved or exported? You mentioned MS-Word, so is this Matrix just for display in a document? Or do you intend to do some computation with it after it is saved/exported?

What do you intend to do with this Matrix once you have it saved or exported? You mentioned MS-Word, so is this Matrix just for display in a document? Or do you intend to do some computation with it after it is saved/exported?

The Asker needs an arbitrary numbers of dimensions rather than dynamic sizing with a fixed number of dimensions.

The Asker needs an arbitrary numbers of dimensions rather than dynamic sizing with a fixed number of dimensions.

Also, you should either remove display from your procedure, or replace it with plots:-display. If you are passing a single plot into the procedure, then display is superfluous.

Also, you should either remove display from your procedure, or replace it with plots:-display. If you are passing a single plot into the procedure, then display is superfluous.

You should include fclose(fileName). I think this will preclude the need for Threads[Sleep]. Even if it doesn't completely eliminate the need for Sleep, you should include it anyway.

You should include fclose(fileName). I think this will preclude the need for Threads[Sleep]. Even if it doesn't completely eliminate the need for Sleep, you should include it anyway.

@Christopher2222 Is a Mathematica plot an accessible data structure the way that a Maple PLOT is? something that can be assigned to a variable? taken apart with the equivalent of op? Does it even have something like op?

@Christopher2222 Is a Mathematica plot an accessible data structure the way that a Maple PLOT is? something that can be assigned to a variable? taken apart with the equivalent of op? Does it even have something like op?

I believe each different number of points interacts differently with the aliasing and the number of pixels used. There is no direct relationship such that quality increases with numpoints. For example, the following plot has only 67 points, and I think that it has better quality than the default 200.

P:= plot(sin(x), x= 0..2*Pi, view= [DEFAULT, -1.05..1.05],
    thickness= 2, color= brown, numpoints= 67
):

op([1,1,1,1], P); #Verify that it really used 67 points.
                               67
print(P);

I believe each different number of points interacts differently with the aliasing and the number of pixels used. There is no direct relationship such that quality increases with numpoints. For example, the following plot has only 67 points, and I think that it has better quality than the default 200.

P:= plot(sin(x), x= 0..2*Pi, view= [DEFAULT, -1.05..1.05],
    thickness= 2, color= brown, numpoints= 67
):

op([1,1,1,1], P); #Verify that it really used 67 points.
                               67
print(P);

How many points does Mathematica use for the plot shown above? Maple uses 200 by default.

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