Items tagged with color

I want to make the blue output my procedure spits out a another color, and align it to the right, is this even possible? Or something like it?


I from Russia. Excuse me, for my bad English.

I encountered a problem. I use Maple 2016.
I want to programmatically change the background color of a cell in the spreadsheet.
I know that I can change the background color of the cell via the context menu, but I do not want to do. I need the code.

Thank you very much, your Russian stupid student.


I am working in a simulation, which requires me to create a checkerboard of values which I paint afterwards according to its value. The idea is to create a sequence of images (which I could export for every iteration and create into a gif/timelapse afterwards). The problem I am encountering is that when I try to plot it, I only obtain a difuse coloring scheme, without having a specific color for every pixel.

if you search for the color command in plots ( one of the examples is more or less the result I want, but I would like to have it without the gridlines and being able to control the color according to the value of the matrix in said position.


My current attempt, and the one closest to the solution is:


R:=Matrix(1..N,1..N, datatype=integer); for x from 1 to N do for y from 1 to N do R[x,y]:=P[x,y,2]*18+P[x,y,3]: od: od:R;
#P is the matrix where I do the calculations and R is the matrix I want to plot after every step of the calculation.

surfdata(Matrix(R), 1..N, 1..N, style=surface,
         dimension=2, labels=["x", "y"],
#the surfdata I resqued from another proyect I had. I know it is not thought for this tipe of grafs, but it was the closest I could come by.


I do not know if it is a better idea to use an Array or a Matrix to plot this. While the P array isn''t touched, I do not mind modifying in any way the R matrix

Thank you,



I changed the color of the background of a worksheet in black (I introduced a Table for that reason) because the white color hurts my eyes. I still have a couple of things that I'd like to modify:

1. The blinking cursor is black and is now invisible. How can I change its color?

2. The default input color is red ; i'd like to change it in white. How can I do?

Thanks Nicola

I want to run a specific color red outside and yellow inside on my equation here using MAPLE 8.00:


is there some one here can help me? is the example of color I want Eg: 

How can I change the color of a graphic tittle?

Dear Community,

How could I specify a list of random colors using some kind of an RGB function, which then could be used in another command for coloring? I think of something like this:

myColors := [ seq( RGB ( [rint(0,255) , rint(0,255) , rint(0,255)] ) , j = 1 .. 20 ) ] :

which does not work of course :-)  This should produce me a list of 20 random colors.  What would be the right RGB color function?

Tx for the kind help in advance

best regards


In plots made with 'complexplot3d', Maple uses by default a color wheel for the argument of complex numbers in which positive numbers are painted cyan and negative numbers are red. Is there a way to change this to the other common convention (i.e. cyan negative and red positive numbers)?


Any help would be really appreciated, as it's not convenient to have graphs made with different conventions in the same document and I wouldn't want to remake all the ones I already have.


I would like to know if it is possible to change the color for the result from blue to black or red. Maybe by editing the text that state the colors.

And the same goes for the color palette, can I make my own colors in the color palette text. It should work by default.




I am calculating the temperature of a rod which has one end at the temperature T1 and the other end at T2 and it's evolution. We were already given the formula for the numeric calculation and after a short while I managed to obtain a small program that would calculate the temperature of each segment of the T(x,t) grid:

>restart: with(plots): nx:=20: tmax:=50: T1:=1: T2:=10: L:=1: k:=1: rho:=1: cp:=1: chi:=k/rho/cp: h:=L/(nx-1): t:=1e-3:
>for k from 0 to nx do T(k,0):=T1 od:
for w from 1 to tmax do
T(0,w):=T1: T(nx,w):=T2:
for q from 1 to nx-1 do
od: od:

With L the Length of the rod, t and h the time and space increment [h=L/(nx-1), where nx is the number of intervals we divide the x-axis, although I'm not quite sure the '-1' should be there], chi a constant different for each rod and tmax total time we want to calculate. The formula from the 5th line was given to us, so in that part there is no mistake.

Up until here everything works perfectly fine.

Now I want to be able to draw this and here is where all the problems appear. I want to draw this in a 2D graph with position in the x-axis and time in the y-axis. I have tried "densityplot(T(x,y),x=0..nx,y=0..tmax)" which would seem to be the logical whay to continue this. As I understand it, this plot would draw an nx times tmax grid and colour the whole plpot black-white acording to the maximum and the minimum value (as shown in the maple help page of this plot).

However, when I do this a black square appears (or red if I add colorstyle=HUE). I have tried a lot of things and none seemed to work.

I would also like to be able to draw the isotherms on the plot but that is secondary.


I am pretty new to Maple. I have studied the most basic things but don't really understand the whole complexity of this program. Thanks a lot in advance and forgive my faulty english,



This Application uses the xrite color checker to obtain Forward and Color Matrices as defined by Adobe.

It compares the camera gamut based on the above matrices to the 1931 Standard Observer using LEDs.




I would like to scale the last KernelDensityPlot in the attached worksheet to overlay with the Histogram above it.  The result would look like the 3rd plot in the worksheet, except the y-axis ranges would match.




Hi Maple People


# Some Maple code
x:= Vector(10):
y:= Vector(10):

for z from -5 to 4 do
   x[z+6]:=z^2 + 40:
   y[z+6]:=z^2 + z + 41:
end do:





In a post of April 15, 2013 by Kitonum, the procedure named Picture accepts a list of polygon segments, creates a plot of these as a 2D polygon's boundaries and fills the polygon with a color.

The code below attempts to modify Picture to produce a 3D filled polygon in a plane parallel to the xy plane.

When invoked by the code below the procedure, the filling color conforms to the straight line boundaries but overflows the curved, parabolic boundary. How can this be corrected?

Picture:=proc(L, C, N::posint:=100, Boundary::list:=[linestyle=1])

 local i, var, var1, var2,e, e1, e2,e3, P, h ;

 global Q,Border;

 for i to nops(L) do    

#` set P`[i] = list of points for each segment.    

#` for a segment defined as a list of points, P[i] = the segment's definition`

#` for a curve definition, approximate it with a list of [x,y] points of its function evaluated at N even intervals in its

# range`  

  if type(L[i],listlist(algebraic))  then P[i]:=op(L[i]);   else  

  #` for curve def'n, set var = def'n and h= `(variable range)/(2)

  var:=lhs(L[i,2]);  var1:=lhs(rhs(L[i,2]));  var2:= rhs(rhs(L[i,2])); h:=(var2-var1)/(N);

  #` for function def'n, set e=function`

 if type(L[i,1], algebraic) then  e:=L[i,1];

  #` for polar function r=f(t) create N values of the [cos*r,sin*r] i.e. the equivalent [x,y] values for r valued at N even

  # divisions of its range`  

 if nops(L[i])=3 then P[i]:=seq(subs(var=var1+h*i,[e*cos(var), e*sin(var)]), i=0..N);  else

    #` for non-polar function y=f(x) create N values of [x,y] for x values at N even divisions of its range`  

 P[i]:=seq([var1+h*i, subs(var=var1+h*i,e)], i=0..N)  fi;  else

 #` for parametric function [f`(t),g(t)] create N values of [f(t),g(t)] for t values at N even divisions of its range.

     e1:=L[i,1,1];  e2:=L[i,1,2];

#` P`[i]:=seq(subs(var=var1+i*h,[e1, e2]), i=0..N):

 P[i]:=seq([subs(var=var1+i*h,e1), subs(var=var1+i*h,e2),0], i=0..N) fi; fi; od;  #`  MODIFIED FOR 3 D `[f(t), g(t), 0] 

  Q:=[seq(P[i], i=1..nops(L))];

 Border:=plottools[curve]([op(Q), Q[1]],  op(Boundary));

     #` the shaded figure is a polygon whose vertices are Q, whose interior color is C`  

 #` return a list of the polygon and its border`

   [plottools[polygon](Q, C),  Border];

 end proc: 

L := [[[0, 0, 0], [0, 1, 0]], [[x, x^2+1, 0], x = 0 .. 2], [[2, 5, 0], [2, 2, 0]], [[x, x, 0], x = 2 .. 0]]:

plots[display](Picture(L, color = yellow), axes = normal, scaling = constrained)

Dear all,


I am tryong to use the density plot for the first time.

Following maple instructions in maplsoft, I type 


but I get the error below:

Error, (in plot/options2d) unexpected option: colorscheme =["π™±πš•πšžπšŽ","π™Άπš›πšŽπšŽπš—","π™Ύπš›πšŠπš—πšπšŽ"])

It actually works with one color, but not with colorscheme!


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