“Choosing the number of points to display in all plots has been made much simpler and faster. A button on the ribbon allows you to quickly change options, as you view the plot in its different incarnations. You no longer have to type in a range variable and adjust it, although that also works of course.
In the last post, Ghaddar talked about having control over data and plots. Mathcad Prime 2.0’s 3D plots support flexible input expressions that can be controlled from outside the plot just like any other math region. For example, you can have fine control over the plot of a parametric surface via range variables defined above the plot. Or, you can directly edit the tick mark values to examine the most pertinent data in your calculations. Zoom and spin enable you to more closely examine the area of interest.”