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Offline Jean Giraud  
#1 Posted : 11 August 2015 06:54:38(UTC)
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That little one to start with.
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Offline Jean Giraud  
#2 Posted : 18 August 2015 17:19:36(UTC)
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Smath forum is dead, Oh !
WHY ?

When I open the forum, always see the same old categories, that's for visitors,
but users need a day to day "Using Smath" ... Forum needs a new 'Category' for
works done by members, particularly work from Mathcad that Smath digests.

i.e: I suggest a new category "Smath Usage"
like we had in the Mathsoft Collaboratory [~ 125 000 replies in 10 years
read up to 2000 per post in two days, that makes millions benefits].

NO CAS [Computer Algebra System] is free of bugs or work around.
Bugs appears from using, that will be particularly true for Smath,
but we must have that day to day visitors/producers/users. That is
essential in Engineering works, for efficiency.

The greatest stuff from Mathcad 11 and earlier, was from collabs.
Good thing PTC missed most of it if not all !

Here are 3 Smath work sheets that may help former Mathcad 11 users.

Hope WebMaster reads this post and agrees.

jmgiraud@bell.net

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Utilities Discrete.sm (61kb) downloaded 49 time(s).
Finite Differences [Deriv, Cumul_Int].sm (33kb) downloaded 86 time(s).
Offline Jean Giraud  
#3 Posted : 18 August 2015 17:45:48(UTC)
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This worksheet is great stuff on two counts:

1. Extracting a specific contour level from a surface matrix
that we generate from a function for demo, or that you can
import from file from an Engineering surface.

2. It shows how to recursively run Smath program.
CONTR(M,e,cntr) => single recursive
Sym[f(x,y),U,V] => double recursive
File Attachment(s):
Contour Advisor.sm (81kb) downloaded 47 time(s).
Offline Davide Carpi  
#4 Posted : 18 August 2015 18:47:04(UTC)
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Hello Jean Good

Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud Go to Quoted Post
Smath forum is dead, Oh !
WHY ?

When I open the forum, always see the same old categories, that's for visitors,
but users need a day to day "Using Smath" ... Forum needs a new 'Category' for
works done by members, particularly work from Mathcad that Smath digests.


I don't know if a new category is needed but as for now I think that the "Samples" section of the forum (Representing ways of using SMath Studio) is much more appropriate than this (Features announcements) that should be used just by developpers.
If you like my plugins please consider a donation to SMath Studio; for personal contributions to me: paypal.me/dcprojects
Offline Jean Giraud  
#5 Posted : 22 August 2015 07:25:32(UTC)
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Thanks Davide,

Plug stuff in "Samples", the best place to share specific collection(s).
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