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Re: data source for demonstration

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  • Subject: [mg92490] Re: data source for demonstration
  • From: jerry <jerry45632 at yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2008 18:34:04 -0400 (EDT)
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Sir, it all went just as you said. I don't know what the 
heck I did to screw up the original .nbp download. Thanks 
for helping. Jerry

Daniel Lichtblau wrote:
> jerry wrote:
>> Thanks to all for trying to help.
>>
>> It's weird, I downloaded ElectricDipolePotential.nbp. My 
>> V6.03 opens the file but there's nothing there (as I said in 
>> my original posting). Perhaps there was an upload error and 
>> there really is nothing in the .nbp file.
> 
> You just see a blank Mathematica window? No picture, no caption? I just 
> downloaded and opened the .nbp file in Mathematica 6.0.2, on Linux, and 
> it's all present as it should be. I wonder if there is a registry or 
> other issue, and you fired up Mathematica but did not successfully open 
> that .nbp file?
> 
> 
>> I just went back to the same Demonstrations page and this 
>> time downloaded another file but this time it turned out to 
>> be a .nb file, not .nbp. I have no idea what is going on.
> 
> Let's start from the web page
> http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ElectricDipolePotential/
> If you click near the top, in "DOWNLOAD LIVE VERSION", you should get 
> the .nbp file. If you scroll down under the picture, caption and 
> "Contributed by" box, to "DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE NOTEBOOK", then you 
> should get the .nb file.
> 
>> I probably won't spend much more time looking at this 
>> Demonstrations stuff.
>>
>> Thanks again to all, at least I know a .nbp should act the 
>> same as .nb. Jerry
> 
> Daniel Lichtblau
> Wolfram Research
> 
> 


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