Thanks you. Sorry but how to I use it ? Do I use the python's plugin ? Or should I have an adriansage plugin in the menu (which I haven't ?


Le 02/02/2018 à 14:11, adrian a écrit :
Still some work must be done in the Sage plugin. In the meantime, the following plugin adaptation to the Python's TeXmacs plugin should work in Linux. I will try to have the Sage plugin be updated in the coming weeks, but in the meantime you can try this one. Just extract itand put into your .TeXmacs file inside your plugins directory.

I still need to look into the graphs shown in the plugin.

-A.



On Monday, January 22, 2018 at 8:12:04 AM UTC-6, HG wrote:

    Two years ago I made this pic in a texmacs sage session, but
    unfortunatly sage doesn't work anymore with texmacs, I am
    reproducing it
    but I have the legend problem, otherwise I think it should be even
    nicer
    with new sage 8 xx .

    Thanks for any help :)

    Henri


    Le 22/01/2018 à 14:57, Henri Girard a écrit :
    > Hi,
    >
    > After looking in few old tickets, I can't correct the duplicate
    legend ?
    >
    > c=3e8;h=6.626*(10^-34);k = 1.281*(10^-23)
    > k1=8*pi*h*c;k2=(h*c)/k
    > E(l,T)=k1*(l*1e-9)^-5*(1/(exp(k2/((l*1e-9)*T))-1))
    > f1=0;f2=E(l,3500);f3=E(l,4000);f4=E(l,4500);
    > params=dict(figsize=3,axes=False,fontsize=6,
    >             frame=True,gridlines="major",
    >             gridlinesstyle=dict(color="lightgrey",
    >   linestyle="-"),
    >             axes_labels=("$\Lambda[nm]$",\
    >                          "$E(\\Lambda)[KJ/nm$"),
    >             legend_font_size=6)
    > f1=0;f2=E(l,3500);f3=E(l,4000);f4=E(l,4500)
    > b=plot([f2,f3],l,10,4000,legend_label="4000",
    >        fill =[0, [0]],
    >           fillcolor=['blue','green'],
    >           fillalpha=1)
    > p=plot([f1,f2],l,10,4000,legend_label="3000",
    >        fill={1: [0]},
    >        fillcolor=["red","yellow"],
    >        fillalpha=1)
    > d=plot([f3,f4],l,10,4000,legend_label="5000",
    >        fill =[1, [0]],
    >        fillcolor=['yellow','red'],
    >        fillalpha=0.5)
    > v=plot(p+b+d)
    > v.show(**params)
    >
    > Any help ?
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > Henri
    >

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