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mgroves9

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Thanks for the tip. I'll use that next time but for now I'm not allowed any built-in commands.
Thanks for the tip. I'll use that next time but for now I'm not allowed any built-in commands.
L:=Dimension(X); fit:=x->add(X[m]*x^(L-m),m=1..L); Thanks dude!
L:=Dimension(X); fit:=x->add(X[m]*x^(L-m),m=1..L); Thanks dude!
I mean in general. Since the day I bought Maple 10 in Jun 05 and installed it on my then brand-new laptop with specs that far exceed the minimum system requirements it performed so poorly that I resorted to using Maple Classic exclusively. To be specific, the program would take 3-5 minutes to start up, the first minute or two without even a splash screen, and once the window opened it took even longer for the menu bars on the left to load. Then it was prone to crashing from just about any input, including scrolling. Maple 10 seems to be running fine today, the first time I've tried it in about 20 months. There's been changes to the system since then so perhaps the conflict has been resolved.
I mean in general. Since the day I bought Maple 10 in Jun 05 and installed it on my then brand-new laptop with specs that far exceed the minimum system requirements it performed so poorly that I resorted to using Maple Classic exclusively. To be specific, the program would take 3-5 minutes to start up, the first minute or two without even a splash screen, and once the window opened it took even longer for the menu bars on the left to load. Then it was prone to crashing from just about any input, including scrolling. Maple 10 seems to be running fine today, the first time I've tried it in about 20 months. There's been changes to the system since then so perhaps the conflict has been resolved.
Ah hah! I was using Maple 10 Classic but when I opened the file with Maple 10 and ran it without any changes it worked fine. I only use Classic because Maple 10 just runs extremely slow since day 1, despite my PC more than meeting the minimum requirements. I guess I'll have to suffer through for this project. Thanks, Matt
Ah hah! I was using Maple 10 Classic but when I opened the file with Maple 10 and ran it without any changes it worked fine. I only use Classic because Maple 10 just runs extremely slow since day 1, despite my PC more than meeting the minimum requirements. I guess I'll have to suffer through for this project. Thanks, Matt
Thanks for the help Dhar, but when I type exactly what you have above, except for the definition of xp,yp, and the funciton, I get the curve underneath the data all times. See my code below. The only differences are I have xp and yp defined as Vectors of length 500 earlier in the program. Is this the problem? What data structure would be better? >with(plots): > points:=Statistics[ScatterPlot](xp,yp): > curve:=plot(g(x),x=LL..UL,title="Function and Data Plot",thickness=2): > display(curve,points); > display(points,curve);
Thanks for the help Dhar, but when I type exactly what you have above, except for the definition of xp,yp, and the funciton, I get the curve underneath the data all times. See my code below. The only differences are I have xp and yp defined as Vectors of length 500 earlier in the program. Is this the problem? What data structure would be better? >with(plots): > points:=Statistics[ScatterPlot](xp,yp): > curve:=plot(g(x),x=LL..UL,title="Function and Data Plot",thickness=2): > display(curve,points); > display(points,curve);
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