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Re: Re: links for 6!

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  • Subject: [mg76992] Re: [mg76947] Re: links for 6!
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at>
  • Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 03:27:40 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Mathematics & Statistics, Univ. of Mass./Amherst
  • References: <f3gqgg$40c$> <>
  • Reply-to: murray at

That additional link is not as much help as it would appear at first glance.

For example, the 2nd item is Mathematica-usersTalk.pdf. When I try to 
open it, I get a damaged file message from Acrobat Reader.

The 3rd item, Quality Engineering with and in Mathematica, has a number 
of links to external notebooks that are not provided on the download page.

The 4th item, Power Visualization in Mathematica, has some nice 
examples.   However, a large number of them use a ColorData scheme 
"Blends" that Mathematica 6.0 does not recognize.  (Was that renamed 
"Gradients"??) Another example, Arbitrary Mesh functions over Harmonic 
Functions, crashed the kernel!  Yet another example produces a "7.5 is 
not a valid variable" error message!

Such are the perils of using notebooks that demonstrate a produce still 
in pre-release.

Boson wrote:
>> For you lucky fellas having Mathematica 6 I have a present:
>> Some really interesting links!
> thanks Dimitris!
> I'd like to add
> Sandro

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