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Re: New Version 3 Presentations

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  • Subject: [mg112507] Re: New Version 3 Presentations
  • From: Peter <pl0 at>
  • Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2010 07:23:45 -0400 (EDT)

Seconded: Greatly increases quality of of maths presentations and provides a range of tools that assist in Mathematica computations.

Peter Lindsay

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On 17 Sep 2010, at 11:44, WetBlanket <wyvern864 at> wrote:

> On Sep 15, 3:39 am, "David Park" <djmp... at> wrote:
>> A new Version 3 of Presentations has been released. Update notices have been
>> sent to all purchasers and any who have not received the notice, usually
>> because of change of email address, may contact me.
>> Presentations ($50) is a general add-on to Mathematica that aids in custom
>> graphics, tables and dynamics and in writing notebooks utilizing the active
>> and dynamic features of Mathematica within a classical style. It can be
>> purchased through my web site.
>> New features added to Presentations in Version 3 are:
>> 1) Ternary plots, which represent 3-dimensional data, with a linear
>> constraint, within a 2-dimensional triangular region.
>> 2) Table Maker for constructing custom tables using a paradigm similar to
>> the DrawGraphics graphics paradigm.
>> 3) Student's Linear Equations for solving linear equations within a matrix
>> structure with context using step-by-step operations. The matrix structure
>> columns may be covariant (the usual) or contravariant, which adds useful new
>> functionality. This can be used for didactic purposes or for solving small
>> to medium size problems. There are examples from linear equations, linear
>> programming and chemical stoichiometry problems.
>> 4) A new PresentationsPalette that gives easy access for pasting almost all
>> the commands and major documentation Guide pages.
>> 5) A slightly revised style sheet to give improved Printout format, and a
>> second version with a handy toolbar at the top.
>> David Park
>> djmp... at
>> <> 
> If you have not already purchased this package, do so immediately.  It
> is well worth the cost -- a great set of Mathematica tools.

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