Another newbie question. How do I prevent Maple from displaying the actual numbers on the x-axis and y-axis in a plot?
I've looked around in Help, but couldn't find anything useful...
Thanks for your interest!
I plot a 2D standard figure in Maple 10. I select the figure, right-click it and choose "Export as". The file format I want is Encapsulated PostScript files (.eps), which is one of the alternatives. I save the figure as an .eps file in a map.
Everything works fine until I import the file in Scientific Word. The figure is imported all right, but has been rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise. I do not know how to rotate it back.
I know there is a package in SW that enables rotating, but I can't get it to work. Is there something I can do in Maple to correct the problem? Is it a common problem for other users and how do you solve it?
Hello! Is there a way to stop Maple from labeling the axes when plotting? For example, I plot something against "t" and Maple shows a "t" beneath the x-axis in the plot. I want to edit that myself in Scientific Word, but I haven't found a way to get rid of the default "t" label in the plot... I use Maple 8 and Maple 9. Thanks in advance! Carolus