James Smith

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York University
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I'm trying out the simple Java example for accessing OpenMaple.  I'm doing it in IntelliJ using JDK15.  I've included the two jar files in the project, externalcall.jar and Maple.jar.  When compiling I run into this error, as IntelliJ doesn't seem to be able to find jopenmaple.jar

Error loading libraries: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no jopenmaple in java.library.path: /Users/jasmith/Library/Java/Extensions:/Library/Java/Extensions:/Network/Library/Java/Extensions:/System/Library/Java/Extensions:/usr/lib/java:.

Now, I'd like to add its location to the library path, but I can't seem to find its location.  My understanding is that is should be in $MAPLE/java/jopenmaple.jar

which, on Mac OS is "/Library/Frameworks/Maple.framework/Versions/2021"

But when I look in there there is no jopenmaple.jar.

Does anyone have a suggestion as to where I could find it?  (Maple 2021, IntelliJ 2020 with JDK 15 on macOS 10.14)




I'd like to change the font size in my MapleSim plots, especially when I resize the plot to take up the whole screen.  I know how to set the line thickness of the plot lines, but I can't seem to find an option for setting the font size in the legends, titles and axes.

Also, is there a way to change the default font and line width?  






I'm running a 2D parameter sweep from Maple 15 on a MapleSim 5 model. The output is stored in a 2D matrix.  I've encountered two problems:

1) when I graph it with matrixplot the z-axis values are fine but I can't figure out how to change the x-axis and y-axis values from the matrix indices to the actual values of the swept parameters. 

2) When the parameter sweep begins I get a warning about storing the values in a matrix.  Maple...

I am trying to extract the underlying equation for a simple operational amplifier circuit in MapleSim 5.  The same process that I had used earlier for a simple resistor circuit (without opamp) worked fine and yielded equations.  However, when I try to do the same thing with an opamp (configured to do a simple amplification of an input voltage) I get a blank "View Core Equations" box in the Equation Extraction attachment. 



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