I have a very simple procedure that I wrote to get information for an inequality using data from two lists, upon which I can create a pointplot . Now I know people will see what I have done and probably cringe, and believe me I do as well. I know it is not efficient and there is probably a numerous number of ways to do it better but my procedural skills for Maple are lacking.
From my file you will see what I am attempting to do,nonetheless I will mention it here. I have two lists X,W. for each value in X I want to fine the value in W that yields F(X,L)<G(X,L) where F(X,L) is a complicated integral that I have to evalute numerically, I have tried using unapply as outline in https://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/229070-How-Can-I-Speed-Up-This-Numerical-Integral it however only made my problem worse. For small lists it seems to be reasonable but for larger precision it is not the useful. I have looked through the ?do help page and some other resources but to no avail. From what I have seen though I believe I should be using the until command in do but I can't figure it out with having two lists.
Any help,tips or tricks will be greatly appreciated.