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Re: Links from slide shows/PDF documents to Mathematica Manipulate demos?

... feels like groundhog day...

Anyway, this should also work with PDF hyperlinks. Not a very
streamlined thing, though.

Over and out,

Am 30.11.2010 10:03, schrieb AES:
> Does anyone have any practical advice or tips based on personal 
> experience to offer re linking from within standard slide presentations 
> or PDF documents to present and display live Mathematica animations 
> using the Manipulate[ ] commands --and back?
> Notes:
>  I have Adobe Acrobat and some elementary experience in linking from 
> within PDF presentations or documents to movies, QuickTime animations 
> and the like -- including creating the links in the PDF document to 
> start with.  Before I start on any tedious experiments doing this with 
> Mathematica Manipulates[ ]s, I'd appreciate any tips or advice from 
> others who've already done this.
> [Similar tips for linking to Mathematica Manipulate[ ]s from within PowerPoint 
> or Keynote presentations may also be hepful -- but my base platform is 
> likely to remain PDF rather than either of these.]
>   I know there are Mathematica supporters who will argue strongly that 
> presentations like this not only can be, but should be, prepared and 
> presented entirely within Mathematica itself.
> Sorry -- all due respect for this view -- but not gonna happen, for me 
> or, I think, for very many others.

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