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Re: interactive web pages w/ Mathematica



The UCES project,  for which I served as director, had such a system
running about three years ago.  I could tell you more about it, but the
technology has advanced considerably since then.  In particular, WRI
was working on a product called Active Sites that would make this much
more straightforward. I suggest you contact them and learn the status
of this project.  The relevant person is, I believe, Steve Hunt.

Hope this is helpful --- Tom


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Dr. Thomas L. Marchioro II
Department of Chemistry
University of Washington
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Bill Harbaugh wrote in message <6a1riq$q8g@smc.vnet.net>...
>I'm interesting in writing a web page that will take some input, process
>it through Mathematica, and write the results to a web page.  I
>understand this is possible using MathLink.  Has anyone done this, and
>if so do they have a sample of the code they'd be willing to share?
>
>Thanks,
>--
>Bill Harbaugh
>
>Asst. Prof, Economics    http://harbaugh.uoregon.edu Univ. of Oregon
>harbaugh@oregon.uoregon.edu Eugene, Oregon           ofc: 541 /
>346-1244 97403-1285               fax: 541 / 346-1243
>




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