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Monday, July 30, 2007

Conic Sections (2)

I have installed JavaView. The integration with Mathematica (5.2) is flawless. No further comment on that. The available methods and settings for displaying graphics seem infinite. These pictures are the result of my first try of displaying a Mathematica graphics object with JavaView. The major difference between Mathematica and JavaView is the possibility to interactively modify practically all the object's properties and of course rotating and resizing the object. Go to the JavaView site to get a feel for that.

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