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Re: Mathematica slide shows

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  • Subject: [mg90641] Re: Mathematica slide shows
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 05:35:24 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Uni Leipzig
  • References: <g5kij0$8iv$>
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write all the code you need into the first/last
slide, mark the code cells as initialization
make a section "initialization" and close it.

Before you start, evaluate it and never show the audience
the slide with "initialization" section.


Coleman, Mark wrote:
> Greetings,
> I'm putting together a technical presentation for a general business
> audience. Normally our company convention would be to do this in a
> static PowerPoint slideshow, with more complex graphics cut and pasted
> in from Mathematica. Given the nature of the presentation, however, I
> feel it would much more effective to do it in Mathematica and make use of the
> dynamic capabilities of v6. the presentation involves showing results
> generated from a fairly large and complex set of calculations, data
> manipulation, etc. I wish to shield my audience from all of the
> underlying Mathematica detail and just show them the necessary graphs, tables,
> and dynamic elements. The end product will likely be 40-50 slides in
> length
> What is the preferred way of doing this in v6, e.g., put all the
> background code/data in one .nb and the presentation itself in another
> .nb file? Or keep all of the code and output in the same file and hide
> the raw Mathematica commands?
> Thanks,
> Mark

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