afeddersen

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I study psychology and economics with a very quantitative approach to each. I specialised on statistical methods, quantitative diagnostics, portfoio analysis and econometrics. Furthermore I am interested (and above that theoretically and empirlcally involved) in poker, chess and performing arts.

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I tried to carry out an advanced plotting task and I am not even sure, if Maple is able to do that.

In a Cartesian coordinate system with axis x=1..100 and y=0..1, I wanted to plot three graphs at once and have the parameters n, p and rho to be interactive.

Here are the graphs:

(1) y=1-exp(-rho*x);  #depending on x and rho

(2) y=-(1-p)^n+(p/(1-p)+1)^n*(1-p)^n+(1-p)^(n-1)*((exp(rho)*(-1+p)-p)*((exp(rho)*(-1+p)-p)/(exp(rho)*(-1+p)))^(n-1)-exp(rho...

Maple14 has an "explore" option by right-ckliking on an expression.

I did so with the following one:

-(1-p)^n+(p/(1-p)+1)^n*(1-p)^n+(1-p)^(n-1)*((exp(rho)*(-1+p)-p)*((exp(rho)*(-1+p)-p)/(exp(rho)*(-1+p)))^(n-1)-exp(rho)*(-1+p))/exp(rho)

and wanted to determine the frequency of the intermediate steps for the parameters.

E.g. p ranges...

I use the interactive plot builder (at least Maple14) and want to define a parameter to be an integer.

How do I carry this into execution?

The following commands:

with(Statistics):

DensityPlot(Binomial(100,0.5)); #with parameters n=100 and p=0.5

create a density plot of a binomial distributed random variable.

Now I want to create that plot, but have dials for the parameters n and p to interact with the plot through those dials.

How may I accomplish that?

Is it possible to change the font size of the Maple output?

And if yes, how?

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