DJ Clayworth

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The same applies. Talking to technical support is best for things like this. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
You can always get round this with: point(p, 1, 1); Dr:=draw(p(symbol = point), axes = normal, view = [-6 .. 6, -6 .. 6]):plots[display](Dr,gridlines=true); I will check the status of the draw command. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
You can always get round this with: point(p, 1, 1); Dr:=draw(p(symbol = point), axes = normal, view = [-6 .. 6, -6 .. 6]):plots[display](Dr,gridlines=true); I will check the status of the draw command. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
That's exactly what I mean. Create a plot where the symbol, size and color etc. are the same as the scatterplot and attach a legend to it; but make sure that the actual point from the pointplot is not visible. Then combine those plots and the scatterplots with display. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
That's exactly what I mean. Create a plot where the symbol, size and color etc. are the same as the scatterplot and attach a legend to it; but make sure that the actual point from the pointplot is not visible. Then combine those plots and the scatterplots with display. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
The ability to control the look of the legend is available Maple 11. You can change the location of the legend, as well as the font used for the legend labels. Look on the plot/options help page, under option 'legendstyle'. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
What would you expect to see in a 'plottrig' function? Maybe you could write something in the 'product suggestions' forum. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
What would you expect to see in a 'plottrig' function? Maybe you could write something in the 'product suggestions' forum. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
You are probably better off posting questions like this on one of the forums, for example the "How do I...with Maple" forum. In this case is 'Income' a function both of X and Y, you will need plot3d to plot the function. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
There are some answers to this question in the "How do I..." forum. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
There is a simpler way to do this, assuming you have Maple 10. Create the plot you want. When it is ready, use the export facility from the GUI to write it to a file (JPEG or GIF are good formats). Now go to the worksheet you want to put the plot in and choose "insert image" from the main menu. Read the file you just wrote. The image of the plot is now embedded in the worksheet. There is no dependency on the exported file. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
The polygonplot3d and listplot3d (and most other plot commands) have an option "style=line" that draws the outline of a polygon rather than its surface. Does this do what you want? David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
This issue has been noted and will be considered for inclusion as a feature in a future release. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
This issue has been noted, and will be considered for improvement in a future release. David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
And of course don't forget to tell your school about the wonderful new features in Maple 10. :-) David Clayworth Maplesoft GUI Developer
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