free5721

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Perfect! Thank you. Phil
The only way that I have put subscripts on a tickmark is via the "text" option. You have to manually put it in the location you desire. It is a pain. But if you are desperate it works. text:=PLOT(TEXT([2, 10], "f(x )", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([2.02,9.4], "i-1", FONT(Arial,10)), TEXT([2.95,28], "f(x )", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([2.97,27.4], "i", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([1.565,.95], "x", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([2.565,1], "x", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([1.5,1], "D", FONT(Symbol,12)), TEXT([2.5,1], "D", FONT(Symbol,12))):
The only way that I have put subscripts on a tickmark is via the "text" option. You have to manually put it in the location you desire. It is a pain. But if you are desperate it works. text:=PLOT(TEXT([2, 10], "f(x )", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([2.02,9.4], "i-1", FONT(Arial,10)), TEXT([2.95,28], "f(x )", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([2.97,27.4], "i", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([1.565,.95], "x", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([2.565,1], "x", FONT(Arial,12)), TEXT([1.5,1], "D", FONT(Symbol,12)), TEXT([2.5,1], "D", FONT(Symbol,12))):
You changed your profile scripting image. :( It was very humorous.
You changed your profile scripting image. :( It was very humorous.
Thanks for the input. I had tried that idea, but like your example shows, it whites out the x-axis and the plot. Phil
Thanks for the input. I had tried that idea, but like your example shows, it whites out the x-axis and the plot. Phil
Thanks. I tried everything else. Your solution works except it goofs up my tickmark assignments, for example tickmarks=[[0="x0", 1="x1", 1.75="x2", 3="x3", 4.5="x4"], 0] will not work now. That is ok. I will put them in as text. Thanks again.
Thanks. I tried everything else. Your solution works except it goofs up my tickmark assignments, for example tickmarks=[[0="x0", 1="x1", 1.75="x2", 3="x3", 4.5="x4"], 0] will not work now. That is ok. I will put them in as text. Thanks again.
Do you know how to hide just one axis, for example, the y-axis, in the 2-D plot. Thanks, Phil
Do you know how to hide just one axis, for example, the y-axis, in the 2-D plot. Thanks, Phil
Thanks for the tip about adding text. However, frequently I need to add more than text, such as dashed lines, arrows, and shaded regions. Maple can probably do these, but it probably is cumbersome. I have been using Photoshop for graphic editing, but is there a better alternative? Phil
Thanks for the tip about adding text. However, frequently I need to add more than text, such as dashed lines, arrows, and shaded regions. Maple can probably do these, but it probably is cumbersome. I have been using Photoshop for graphic editing, but is there a better alternative? Phil
Thanks for the tip, again :) The solution you gave works, but not really either. 1) plot([3,y,y=-2..2],linestyle=DASH); does produce a dashed line, but. 2) When I plot it with another line, it reverts back to a solid line, e.g. f:=plot(x,x=0..4); g:=plot([3,y,y=-2..2],linestyle=DASH); plots[display](f); WORKS-SOLID LINE plots[display](g); WORKS-DASHED LINE plots[display](f,g); DOESN'T WORK. It combines them, but, g is a solid line. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the tip. It works great. Two more similiar questions: 1) For the open circle, is there a way to fill in its area with white space so the function passing through it is not visible? 2) How is solid colored dot made? Can the radius of the point symbol be changed, perhaps??? Thanks a lot!!
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