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More windowed mathematica shell?

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  • Subject: [mg2391] More windowed mathematica shell?
  • From: bm0042 at dunix.drake.edu (Bruce Miller)
  • Date: Tue, 31 Oct 1995 23:23:51 -0500
  • Organization: Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa

   I'm looking for a shell or more windowed version of mathematica that
would allow one to select functions or type in equations and commands
using a menu driven interface rather than having to type in all of the
brackets and curly brackets currently required.  For example, when I
plot a function, I would like to be able to type in a function, then
select plot from a menu and have a box appear that would ask me what
variable to use as the dependent variable and what the lower and high
limits are.

   Please don't insult me - this is for someone who uses a mac.  I
personally understand computers and know how to use them.  I would like
to know of a type of add on or shell script program that would do what I
described for MS-Windows, XWindows, and Macintosh.  

	Thanks a lot in advance!  Response by email rather than follow
up post would be appreciated! 

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Bruce Miller
Freshman student of physics and computer science
Research Assistant Dr. Steven Faux, Professor of Physiopsychology
Drake University
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