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Re: Octave presentation slides

From: Robert A. Macy
Subject: Re: Octave presentation slides
Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 22:58:25 -0700

True, should be controllable.  

It's a shame the plotmovie.m script did not convey to the

After fighting trying to display large arrays of complex
numbers in any meaningful manner, I wrote plotmovie.m as a
script to "slide" along the matrix, like a movie to watch
the changes in the curvature.  Just couldn't see the trends
using real() or imag() or abs() or angle(), but the only
thing missing was the ability to put a marker in there.  oh
well next year, right.  

Thanks again for the push towards the high compression

              - Robert -

On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 13:56:33 -0500
 Colin Ingram <address@hidden> wrote:
> Robert A. Macy wrote:
> >Thank you for the URL.
> >
> >I downloaded it, but will it fight over .zip files with
> the
> >installed winzip?  
> >  
> >
> When you install the program it should ask what
> extensions you want 7zip to associated with.  Don't pick
> .zip or another format you would like handled by winzip
> and you should be fine.  After install you can always
> open up the 7zip file manager and goto tools >> options
> and it has a list of extension you can associate 7zip
> with make changes liberally. 
> I believe winzip has a similar configuration option, but
> I don't use it anymore so I can't tell you where.
>  However if 7zip "steals" the *.zip files from winzip the
> procedure would be to first open 7zip and uncheck the
> association box for zip in tool>>options and then open
> winzip and check the box for association in that program.
> extension association can also be modified in
> tools>>folder options>>file types in any explorer window.
>  (But it is sort of a pain to do)

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