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Hi
With Mathcad 15 it was possible to illustrate a vector in a small table with a sliderbar attached.
This was very handy to see all the values, but with Prime I can only see the top part of a vector and I'm not able to scroll down the vector at all...
Is there some simple way to illustrate a vector similarly as in Mathcad 15?
As attached is a figure showing what I mean...
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@TikkaMasala wrote:
Hi
With Mathcad 15 it was possible to illustrate a vector in a small table with a sliderbar attached.
This was very handy to see all the values, but with Prime I can only see the top part of a vector and I'm not able to scroll down the vector at all...
Is there some simple way to illustrate a vector similarly as in Mathcad 15?
As attached is a figure showing what I mean...
Simple ... yes - for values of simple. You have to click on the 3-ellipses symbol in the vector/matrix. *If*, or hopefully, when you manage to do so (it's a bit finicky), you should see a shaded area that represents the entire array and a rectangle overlapping it. The rectangle shows which elements of the array are visible. Drag the rectangle up and down to see the elements of interest. It does not appear to be one of the more popular changes to the UI.
https://support.ptc.com/help/mathcad/r8.0/en/#page/PTC_Mathcad_Help/to_resize_a_large_matrix.html#
Stuart
@TikkaMasala wrote:
Hi
With Mathcad 15 it was possible to illustrate a vector in a small table with a sliderbar attached.
This was very handy to see all the values, but with Prime I can only see the top part of a vector and I'm not able to scroll down the vector at all...
Is there some simple way to illustrate a vector similarly as in Mathcad 15?
As attached is a figure showing what I mean...
Simple ... yes - for values of simple. You have to click on the 3-ellipses symbol in the vector/matrix. *If*, or hopefully, when you manage to do so (it's a bit finicky), you should see a shaded area that represents the entire array and a rectangle overlapping it. The rectangle shows which elements of the array are visible. Drag the rectangle up and down to see the elements of interest. It does not appear to be one of the more popular changes to the UI.
https://support.ptc.com/help/mathcad/r8.0/en/#page/PTC_Mathcad_Help/to_resize_a_large_matrix.html#
Stuart