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Re: Re: How to print on paper big matrixes ?
David Park wrote: >Francesco, > >Why don't you write a routine that will print a block from the matrix along >with the block identifying information? Then you could print it in blocks >that would fit on your paper, or on the screen. > >David Park >djmp at earthlink.net >http://home.earthlink.net/~djmp/ > >From: Francesco Velluto [mailto:fravel77 at gmail.com] To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net > >Hi, > >i'm in trouble because i have a 74x74 structural matrix that i need to >print on paper. There are 2 main issues: > >Firt issue. >Those matrixes are diplayed in mathematica as an output. But if i scroll >the bar to the far right i see that mathematica cut the last 4-5 >columns. I know this because i see the picture of the matrix plotted by >the matrixplot function. > >Second Issue. >If i copy the matrix and then i past it as a bitmap or in Word then the >numbers of the single value in each cell are one over other...i mean >graphically overwritten. This oocurs also if i enlarge to the originala >size the pasted picture. If i copy those big matrixes as other type of >format then it copyes only the first columns that it displays without >scrolling...the rest is cutted. > >So, there's a way to print on paper a 74x74 matrix in matrix form ? > >THanks a lot, > >Francesco Velluto > > > > One possible trick is to export the matrix in to Excel and then use the PrintArea utility and Page Setup utility to get the print out. I guess 8 x 11 probably wont work for this..... -- Pratik Desai Graduate Student UMBC Department of Mechanical Engineering Phone: 410 455 8134