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Re: demonstrations and presentations

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  • Subject: [mg97743] Re: [mg97721] demonstrations and presentations
  • From: Filippo Miatto <sottosupremo at>
  • Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 02:40:22 -0500 (EST)
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George and Daniel,
Thank you for your precious help, that is exactly what i was looking for!

On Mar 19, 2009, at 2:56 PM, Daniel Lichtblau wrote:

> Filippo Miatto wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> Perhaps i'm wrong, but I read on the demonstrations section of the   
>> wolfram website that to create a demonstration that can be used  
>> with  the viewer you need to submit it, and that it's not possible  
>> to create  one by yourself. did i get it correctly?
>> My problem is that i am preparing a presentation and i would like  
>> to  show a notebook with a dynamic content in the demonstrations  
>> fashon,  and i'm really not convinced that there is mathematica 7  
>> installed in  the computer where i'll have to open the presentation  
>> file (but if the  demonstration file could be seen by the viewer I  
>> could carry it in a  usb stick..!)
>> did you ever had this problem? what do you suggest?
>> Thank you in advance!
>> Filippo
> If you have content that is in suitable format to be a  
> Demonstration, and want to present it but not necessarily publish to  
> the Demonstrations Project, you have a couple of options. What you  
> require, in order to view interactively with Mathematica Player, is  
> a signed .nbp file. One way to obtain this is to upload a  
> Demonstration in an authoring area, build it, but not submit for  
> publication. Another approach is to use Publish for Player; see the  
> URL below for further details on this.
> Daniel Lichtblau
> Wolfram Research

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