Curves and Surfaces text book

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Curves and Surfaces text book

Postby Matthias_Weber » Wed May 19, 2010 5:41 pm

My text book on Curves and Surfaces is available as a PDF file that has hyperlinks to some 80 Mathematica notebook illustrating concepts and performing computations:

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Re: Curves and Surfaces text book

Postby telefunkenvf14 » Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:58 am



I had a great time playing around with the MMA notebooks, and I really like the way you've kept them clutter-free.

The PDF is beautifully done. Can you PLEASE explain a bit about your workflow and how you produced the final document? I'm assuming LaTeX, correct? And post-editing diagrams in Adobe Illustrator? (The more details you can provide, the better. :mrgreen: )

Anyways, awesome job and thanks for sharing! (And please, if you have time, give us some details on your workflow!)


PS - You also might want to check out the following link: Touch Press is a spin-off company which released the 'Elements' iPad app, by Theodore Gray. Maybe you should contact them and show them what you've done so far?
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