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Anthony, it is a bit difficult to follow your posting. It might have been better if posted as code. If you are interested in vectors as linear operators then there is an application that does that and much more. It is a [Grassmann Calculus][1]...
Kirill, I have an essay at my web site called [A Mathematica Style][1] that among other things gives an overview of using Workbench to create documentation. Documentation would usually be part of a larger entity called a Mathematica Application,...
Even if you could smoothly rotate, or zoom, on a plot with 500,000 points it seems to me that the plot would be so dense that it would be difficult to extract information from it. One wouldn't even be able to see the surface. And what, precisely, is...
Immediate and Delayed assignments have the same context and domain of applicability. Sometimes there may be a reason to use delayed and sometimes a reason to use immediate. Often you can use either. In the example of caseData in my reply using a...
Sure, you can use Callouts on ParametricPlots! Here's an example: ![enter image description here][1] All you need is Callout in the form of a Graphics primitive. Then you can use it on anything in Graphics: Circles, Rectangles, Lines, Points...
For Graphics look up Rotate, and for vectors look up RotationTransform or RotationMatrix.
This was fixed in 10.4 and is still fixed in 11.0.
I was concerned about that because some of the symbols were `Private` symbols in the package. But then we carefully picked symbols that were not Private or exported. The main symptom of failure is that the notebook loses connection to the package...
Hi Brian, This is not something I have direct experience in. Maybe you could start a new posting with a title something like "Prototyping C++ Code with Mathematica?" and see if there are other people with experience in this. You might also post on...
Free standing Mathematica DynamicModules or Java applets are very nice and have their place. It would be nice if a DynamicModule could be converted to a Java applet within Mathematica and then put on a web page. Nevertheless, we must recognize...