[Maxima] Maxima tutorial

W F amzoti at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 13:12:13 CST 2012


On 1/3/12, aishen <aishen at free.fr> wrote:
> Le 03/01/2012 11:45, Roland Stewen a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am writing a German tutorial for Maxima
>> together with Eike Schütze for German pupils at
>> secondary school (gymnasium).
>>
>> html-Version:
>> http://www.rvk-hagen.de/~stewen/maxima_in_beispielen/maxima_in_beispielen.html
>>
>>
>>
>> pdf-Version:
>> http://www.rvk-hagen.de/~stewen/maxima_in_beispielen.pdf
>>
>> The tutorial should be a "cookbook" with
>> short recipes for traditional mathproblems in school
>> for solving them with maxima.
>>
>> The tutorial will be changed from time to time
>> because of feedback from users and their needs.
>>
>> Comments are more than welcome.
>>
>> Roland Stewen
>>
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>>
> Good ideas... I am thinking about making a collection of wxmaxima
> "google found" because they are so many "golden mines" in multi
> languages... So I am reading your tutorial even if my german language is
> not so good nowadays... But examples should be self explaining most of
> time...
> regards
> Happy new year
>
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Excellent contributions.

I have always wondered if a cohesive manual and examples could somehow
be maintained and worked as a cumulative effort to get the greatest
coverage and examples.

For example, the work by http://www.csulb.edu/~woollett/

This would be akin to the example repository that Wolfram-Mathematica uses.

Just a thought to chew on.

Thanks!


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