Re: Using mathematica for vector math
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- Subject: [mg3798] Re: Using mathematica for vector math
- From: hohmuth at cipserv1.physik.uni-ulm.de (Lars Hohmuth)
- Date: Sun, 21 Apr 1996 23:26:36 -0400
- Organization: Uni Ulm
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
In article <4l79k2$1t9 at ralph.vnet.net> hhowe at trgnet.com (Harold Howe) writes:
>From: hhowe at trgnet.com (Harold Howe)
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
>Subject: Using mathematica for vector math
>Date: 19 Apr 1996 05:50:58 GMT
>I am involved in a project that is intense in vector arithmetic, especially
>the transformation of vectors from one coordinate system and maybe some
>graphics. What built in functions might come in handy?
>I know that this is a pretty broad question, but I am pretty much just looking
>for suggestions. If anyone has used Mathematica for these purposes, I'd like
>to hear about it. Right now I'd just like to know if mma could be a useful
>tool for the project.
>hhowe at trgnet.com
Broad answer: look at the VectorAnalysis package, especially at commands like
e.g ToCartesian, CartesianTo....
If you can boil down your question to something more specific, send me an
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