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Re: GUI for mathematica app

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  • Subject: [mg51295] Re: GUI for mathematica app
  • From: "Atul Sharma" <atulksharma at>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2004 06:35:07 -0400 (EDT)
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Depending on you intended audience, you may also wish to consider Excel
Link, which allows your Mathematica functions to be called from Excel,
taking advantage of any user familiarity with the Excel interface and of
course the built-in button, menu, and VBA constructs. I had to create an
interface for nursing staff, who are relatively non-technical and only
intermittent users of the application, and it was an effective approach.

A. Sharma

"Yasvir Tesiram" <tesiramy at> wrote in message
news:ckajog$m6j$1 at
> Hi,
> There is GUIKit and it is best to use the examples as your help documents
> to start with. Also there is JLink which will allow you to use everything
> that Java has to offer. Search for JLink documents and tutorials in the
> Wolfram website.
> Below is a link where you can find some examples other than those
> contained in the help files.
> Cheers
> Yas
> On Fri, 8 Oct 2004 efeldesh at wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm a research student in Physics,
> > I've recently finished writing an application in Mathematica.
> > I would like to make a nice "user interface" for it -
> > a screen in which the user will insert the variables and function he
> > wishes to run, and get the results, insead of going into the notebook
> > -
> > I would like to know what the best option to do that, since I checked
> > and it looks to me that there is no built in way to do that.
> >
> > thanks ahead,
> >
> > Ran F.
> >

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