gkokovidis

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Draeger Medical Systems, Inc.

 

 

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Georgios Kokovidis
Dräger Medical

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@salauayobami Where is your code?  Use the Green up arrow to upload your worksheet, 

or include a plain text example below of your code.

As tomleslie mentions, upload your worksheet. 

If I had to guess, you are trying to move to the next line of Maple commands in the workspace.  The way to do this is to hold down

the Shift Key and then hit Enter.  That will take you to the next line.  If this is not what you are trying to do, then back to uploading your worksheet.

Regards,

Georgios

@tomleslie I exported, as you did, to bitmap first, then converted to pdf through the built in Microsoft Print to pdf feature.  File attached.  Looks a little better, but the issue still remains (why multiple steps).

a.pdf

Regards,

Georgios

@Pactrader12

As acer mentions above, upload you ACTUAL worksheet using the Green uparrow, so the Mapleprimes community can actually see what you are doing, not what you SAY you are doing.

@mike7944 The attached is copied and pasted from the above, Maple 2020.2 Windows 10.  No error message.  Runs fine.

Click on the file to open in Maple, and see if you get the same error.  If you do, then post you version of Maple and the steps you took to give you that error.

Download unwrap_trig.mw

Regards,

Georgios

@mmcdara As a funny, if you take the question literally ( I know this is a typo), at age 25, she will have in the account probably what she started with.

//Georgios

Your definition of "real" might not be what you think it is.

Check the statements in the attached, and then recheck your worksheet.  Better yet, upload your worksheet using the big Green arrow.

 

Download real.mw

Post the actual equation, or a Maple 5 Worksheet, using the Green up arrow.  If it can be solved in Maple 5, it can be solved in Maple 2017.  There will be some syntax changes.

//Georgios

@Kitonum Without the plot structure that created the plot, there is no way to extract all of the points automatically to a file, like the plottools:-getdata command is designed to do.  Export will recreate the plot in a picture format.  Not clear that is what the OP desires.  You can right click on the plot, select Manipulator  -Point  Probe, then repeat, and select Probe Info - Cursor Position, but that seems very tedious.  Best to ask whoever sent the plot to the OP to include the data that created it to begin with.

Regards,

Georgios

@Abdu The attached pdf shows the results on my machine.

Regards,

Georgios

HPM.pdf

@mmcdara 

I reran the original code, and the fix, or what really made it work, was the inclusion of the semicolons after the k, and k1 commands.

Error, missing operator or `;`  

I chaged the curly brackets out of habit, as I do not use them in any of the display commands that I have used in the past.  

Regards,

Georgios

@Thomas Jensen10  Your worksheet cannot be opened in Maple, as there are no useful Maple commands in it.  If you open it in a text editor (like Notepad++), you will see what I mean.  It looked like an infinite number of little square symbols. 

Sometimes, on my Windows platform, the same worksheet is backed up with a ".bak", extension.

Try doing a search in your directory for all instances of you filename without any extensions to see if there is something there that might be recoverable.

Regards,

Georgios

Adding to what you already have in place:

A:=Array(map(parse, StringTools:-Explode(convert(a, string))));

Regards,

Georgios

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