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    Hey, basically I'm trying to make a chart of differentials and integrals for different functions, but rather than use maple to evaluate each and paste them into a table I thought I might be able to put them in a spreadsheet and get it to do them all at once- atm it looks like this:

    Is there anyway i can just highlight a bunch of cells and get it to evaluate the different functions for that row in terms of x?
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    I haven't used Maple for many years so can't advice exactly on how it's used but is the spreadsheet functionality anything like Excel? So in Excel you'd concatenate strings with "&" e.g.

    Integrate & B1 & dx

    would concatenate "integrate" and the contents of cell B1, followed by dx. Or perhaps there's a function such as

    concatenate(Integrate, B1, dx)

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    (Original post by Chwirkytheappleboy)
    I haven't used Maple for many years so can't advice exactly on how it's used but is the spreadsheet functionality anything like Excel? So in Excel you'd concatenate strings with "&" e.g.

    Integrate & B1 & dx

    would concatenate "integrate" and the contents of cell B1, followed by dx. Or perhaps there's a function such as

    concatenate(Integrate, B1, dx)

    ?
    Hi, cheers but no luck.
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    I'm sure it's doable given that each cell has index i,j.
    then if you run a loop
    for i=1
    for j=2,n
    do j'th integral cell(i,j)
    enddo
    enddo

    i=2 etc

    but unless you're interested from the programming side, I would very strongly suggest you do it by hand so that you'll remember the integrals easily.
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    Not sure if it can be done, but maple 13 at least has an excel plugin. So if you read the documentation in maple you might be able to figure out a way to do it. Alternatively you could create set/list containing all your functions in maple, and then use a for loop to integrate them all or whatever, and then copy and paste.
 
 
 
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