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Re: Re: Simplify[x.Cross[x,y]] does not work.
>> It's amazing what you can find if you care to use the help browser! (Such blatant and unwarranted sarcasm!) IF you already know where to look, you mean. Browsing for "vector calculus" yields nothing. There are many articles related to vectors, yet searching for "vector" also yields nothing (except VectorQ). "vector" isn't a keyword for the VectorAnalysis package? Amazing! Browsing for "calculus" works, but that isn't an obvious choice, if I'm interested in vector calculus. Most of the time, the help browser is useless unless you already know the exact name of what you're trying to find. Sometimes it's useless even then, as for example if you're interested in TextForm. Wolfram: Give us a search tool, not a keyword lookup tool. Or, if it has to be keyword lookup, PUT IN THE KEYWORDS. Bobby On Thu, 20 Mar 2003 03:34:42 -0500 (EST), Bill Bertram <wkb at ansto.gov.au> wrote: > > "Jens Bloch Helmers" <Jens.Bloch.Helmers at dnv.com> wrote in message > news:b599lq$s9r$1 at smc.vnet.net... >> Is there a package that can do vector calculus? > > > Yes, it's called, wait for it! .........Calculus`VectorAnalysis` > > It's amazing what you can find if you care to use the help browser! > > Cheers, > Bill > > > > > > -- majort at cox-internet.com Bobby R. Treat