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I think if you did use all the digits you would recover the same error. I have no idea why the init and dinit keep copying as images. Maybe just make up the remaininder of the 40dps.

 

I think if you did use all the digits you would recover the same error. I have no idea why the init and dinit keep copying as images. Maybe just make up the remaininder of the 40dps.

 

Christopher2222, you are abs correct I am using {}, thanks a lot!

Christopher2222, you are abs correct I am using {}, thanks a lot!

Also: I tried a jpeg instead and you can kind of see the x^2 curve but the graph is highly pixelated/messed up/discoloured.

 

Maybe a data set would be the way to go?

Also: I tried a jpeg instead and you can kind of see the x^2 curve but the graph is highly pixelated/messed up/discoloured.

 

Maybe a data set would be the way to go?

hmm, getting some issues:

 

I went on graphical maple on my own pc and started a new worksheet, typed in :

plotsetup(ps,plotoutput="plot1.ps"):

plot(x^2,x=0..10);

I then "export as" and same as input1.mpl (maple input file). I then upload this to the server via ftp, and access it with PuTTY. Now I use the command maple <input1.mpl> plot1.ps

plot1.ps is created but when I load the file back on my desktop after grabbing it from the server I get "DSC Error..." and all kinds of other messages and no plot loads.

 

hmm, getting some issues:

 

I went on graphical maple on my own pc and started a new worksheet, typed in :

plotsetup(ps,plotoutput="plot1.ps"):

plot(x^2,x=0..10);

I then "export as" and same as input1.mpl (maple input file). I then upload this to the server via ftp, and access it with PuTTY. Now I use the command maple <input1.mpl> plot1.ps

plot1.ps is created but when I load the file back on my desktop after grabbing it from the server I get "DSC Error..." and all kinds of other messages and no plot loads.

 

thanks I will give that a go.

 

If this doesnt give the desired results is there a way to easily just generate a data set in the text file: e..g for plotting x^2: output.txt:

 

x

1 1

2 4

3 9

.

.

.

 

thanks I will give that a go.

 

If this doesnt give the desired results is there a way to easily just generate a data set in the text file: e..g for plotting x^2: output.txt:

 

x

1 1

2 4

3 9

.

.

.

 

I just checked my Win 7 machine, and the option is right there unchecked on that version, but is def not present in my Ubuntu software, hmm...

I just checked my Win 7 machine, and the option is right there unchecked on that version, but is def not present in my Ubuntu software, hmm...

Thanks for the reply, I'm attempting number 2 of your suggestions and have altered the script, however I can't find the check box for enabling hardware accel. I got to to tools>options then the display tab. There I have options such as Input Display, Output Display, Assumed variables etc but no hardware acceleration checkbox

Thanks for the reply, I'm attempting number 2 of your suggestions and have altered the script, however I can't find the check box for enabling hardware accel. I got to to tools>options then the display tab. There I have options such as Input Display, Output Display, Assumed variables etc but no hardware acceleration checkbox

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