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Re: coordinate transformation

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  • Subject: [mg13180] Re: coordinate transformation
  • From: phbrf at (Peter Breitfeld)
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 07:42:28 -0400
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S.-Svante Wellershoff <svante.wellershoff at> schrieb/wrote:
: Can someone explain me, how to use mathematica for transformations
: between different coordinate systems?
: Like (x,y,z) in carthesian equals (r sin t cos p, r sin t sin p, r cos
: t) in spherical system.
: Thanks, Svante
: p.s.: hope its no faq!
In the standard package Calculus`VectorAnalysis` there are the
functions CoordinatesFromCartesian and CoordinatesToCartesian, which do
the Transformations.

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