# User Portlet

David J M Park Jr
Discussions
Thanks all for the responses. At least I know now that this is another good feature gone bad. In doing custom graphics and dynamics I like to work with an explicit written specification, which I edit and reevaluate as I develop the presentation....
Their gone, but I still have some of the PDF files such as the attached one.
Mathematica graphics uses many Options to tailor the plot. You might look up: (Copy the code and evaluate in a notebook.) Options[Plot] // Column I'm not certain exactly how you want your plot to look, but here is an attempt. ...
How to you determine the branch lines? I believe they are somewhat arbitrary. (Correct me if I'm wrong!) For standard functions in Mathematica the function Help pages generally tell you how the branch lines are chosen. For arbitrary functions you...
I've read Kyle Cluver's article, watched again Conrad Wolfram's Ted talk and Dan Meyer's talk. This is a very difficult topic. We might say: "Computers are the future of mathematical education - and always will be." Conrad Wolfram's talk had...
YEA!
It's difficult to tell much from your notebook. I take it you are creating the graphic using Drawing Tools. I myself never use that but prefer to write the specifications for a graphic explicitly using Show, Plot, Graphics and various primitives....
I assuming that you are able to bring up a stylesheet that you wish to edit. In one of my stylesheets I have a modified style for Section. I can't copy out what is displayed in the stylesheet but it says: Local definition for style "Section"...
In reply to George Woodrow I have been documenting a rather large application, [Grassmann Calculus][1], with a beta version of Workbench 3. And another developmental application also. It basically works, but it required a fair amount of effort, back...
Whenever the WRI approach gets too convoluted and you get lost in the thickets it can help to retreat to basics. Here is a definition for Planck's radiation law. PlanckLaw[\[Nu]_, T_] := (2 h \[Nu]^3)/c^2 1/(E^((h \[Nu])/(k T)) - 1) ...