Re: Manipulate semi-share
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- From: Alexei Boulbitch <Alexei.Boulbitch at iee.lu>
- Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2013 16:24:04 -0500 (EST)
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Is it possible to show/share graphical data of Manipulate without source code? ... if so,how ?
Yes, it is.
The answer depends upon what exactly you have in mind.
Do you mean something like a talk in a conference, seminar or alike, using Mathematica from your laptop and do not want the listeners to see all programmatic details?
Do you mean to send somebody your notebook so that he would be able to use its interactivity, but not to disclose your programmatic tricks?
In the first case
you can collapse the input cell around the output cell by the double clicking on the output cell bracket (the one at the right margin of your notebook).
you also can select the input cell, then go to Menu/Cell/Cell Properties and uncheck "Open". By the same procedure you may later check it again to open the input cell.
In the second case you should create a CDF document out of your notebook. Go to Menu/File/CDF Export/Standalone and follow instructions. Do not forget to first collapse the input cell one way or another. I think that the of protection of your IP in this case is not complete.
Have fun, Alexei
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