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Topic: Setting parameters via Manipulate?
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Peter Čendula

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Re: Setting parameters via Manipulate?
Posted: Jan 26, 2013 1:38 AM
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Hi Tamas, I have exactly the same problem. Did you come to solution in the meantime?

Thanks
Peter

On Thursday, October 6, 2011 10:27:47 AM UTC+2, Lengyel Tamas wrote:
> Dear Community,
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> I am facing a rather hard to learn problem in Mathematica: setting
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> multiple parameters simultaneously.
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> The basic problem is as follows: I have a set of parameters that define a
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> physical element (in my case an optical fiber). There are some standard
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> fibers with fixed parameters.
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> I wish to have a drop down menu (PopUpMenu in Math 8.0 I believe) that
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> sets these parameters to fixed values and have a few other parameters that
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> are adjustable in my simulation.
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> Ideally I wish to have all parameters to be able to be set using
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> Manipulate or some other sort of way (input string) and have drop down
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> menus that make these variables "jump" to the defined value.
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> My questions are:
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> -how can I implement this selection-type menu with fixed parameter sets and
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> -how can I have those parameters be adjustable alongside the above method?
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> Thank you in advance.
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> Tam=E1s Lengyel






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