I'm having a problem with Prime's assignment of labels, and I'm looking for a simple way to not fall into this hole again. Attached are Prime 6 worksheet and figure.
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The auto-labelling feature of Prime can be quite a PITA and the way its implemented until now I don't see it as an improvement.
But how about turning X into a function of t? Seems like Prime does not show the problem you suffer from when you do it and its also the correct way to set it up from a mathematical point of view.
On the other hand I understand that if your expressions depend on a lot of variables, making all expressions functions can be quite confusing and laborious.
The auto-labelling feature of Prime can be quite a PITA and the way its implemented until now I don't see it as an improvement.
But how about turning X into a function of t? Seems like Prime does not show the problem you suffer from when you do it and its also the correct way to set it up from a mathematical point of view.
On the other hand I understand that if your expressions depend on a lot of variables, making all expressions functions can be quite confusing and laborious.
Thanks, Werner-
You are also correct about the mathematical formalism.
Making each matrix that contains potentially volatile parameters into a function is a pain, but is also the proper thing to do.
Best regards,
Roger