brian bovril

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Hello

When I export a worksheet table as HTML,MATH EXPRESSIONS: GIF the resulting .html file is 100% readable.

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But when i send the html file to myself over email, I get gibberish

The (acer) code for the top is... .....Equation(Standings[id]:-mu &+- Standings[id]:-sigma....

and below opponents rating: ....Cell(Equation(thetable[id][':-losses'][r][1] &+- thetable[id][':-losses'][r][2],......

Anyone shed?

Sup Brainiacs

I found this "solved" problem for backing rectangular items efficiently. The first example (without rotation of items).

https://www.researchgate.net/file.PostFileLoader.html?id=59938b635b49527571134c33&assetKey=AS%3A527790252490752%401502846410852

I think I have the constraints the same as the text, but I get different solutions. my questions are at the end of the worksheet. Thanks

I 2D_BP.mw

My question is within the worksheet.

assignation.mw

Is it possible to print/display a hyperlink within a worksheet (programatically, not by clicking menu)?

For example:

Software:="Maple";  # URL:=www.maplesoft.com

so it outputs:

Maple
 

Hi

I have a long column vector containing data in Records.

A:=Vector[column](4, [J_K = `Record(mu = 724.901557888305, sigma = 96.7437910529146)`, I_W = `Record(mu = 775.098442111694, sigma = 96.7437910529198)`, K_J = `Record(mu = 785.098442111694, sigma = 96.7437910529198)`, D_B = `Record(mu = 764.901557888305, sigma = 96.7437910529146)`])

How to I sort this in descending values of mu so I get:

Vector[column](4, [K_J = `Record(mu = 785.098442111694, sigma = 96.7437910529198)`,I_W = `Record(mu = 775.098442111694, sigma = 96.7437910529198)`,D_B = `Record(mu = 764.901557888305, sigma = 96.7437910529146)`,J_K = `Record(mu = 724.901557888305, sigma = 96.7437910529146)`])

Im aware you can extract mu from Records by the rhs(A[1]):-mu

 

 

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