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@Oliver K Thank you very much! This plugin is very useful, thanks again!

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@Oliver K Thank you very much! This plugin is very useful, thanks again!

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Thank you for telling me this very useful method. It works very well. Can you tell me from which website I can get the stl plugin?

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Thank you for telling me this very useful method. It works very well. Can you tell me from which website I can get the stl plugin?

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Thank you very much! Very Profect!

By the way, I add a legned in the command,A:= op(1,BodePlot(sys3,legend=["aa"])),as A[1,1] and A[2,1] export two figures, then both A[1,1] and A[2,1] have the same legend, is there any way to export A[1,1] and A[2,1] in only only figure? And only the legend of A[2,1] appeared?

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## Thank you very much!...

Thank you very much! Very Profect!

By the way, I add a legned in the command,A:= op(1,BodePlot(sys3,legend=["aa"])),as A[1,1] and A[2,1] export two figures, then both A[1,1] and A[2,1] have the same legend, is there any way to export A[1,1] and A[2,1] in only only figure? And only the legend of A[2,1] appeared?

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Today, I use mathematica8 to generate the nyquist plot of 10/(s*(s+1)*(0.25*s^2+1)), it is very interesting that mathematica plots the figure perfectly, because when the frequency range from 0 to 0+, 0- to 0, 2- to 2+,and -2- to -2+, the nyquist curves are some large dash circular arcs according to control theory, but these dash arcs are not presented in maple, I hope maple can improve the command. The picture demonstrates mathematica8 command and the corresponding figure.

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Today, I use mathematica8 to generate the nyquist plot of 10/(s*(s+1)*(0.25*s^2+1)), it is very interesting that mathematica plots the figure perfectly, because when the frequency range from 0 to 0+, 0- to 0, 2- to 2+,and -2- to -2+, the nyquist curves are some large dash circular arcs according to control theory, but these dash arcs are not presented in maple, I hope maple can improve the command. The picture demonstrates mathematica8 command and the corresponding figure.

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@Thomas Richard Thanks a lot. It works very well.

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@Thomas Richard Thanks a lot. It works very well.

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Thanks a lot.

range combines with view can plot the figure effectively. By the way, as the transfer function illustrated, an vibration frequency exists, so when the frequency approaches 2 rad/s, the curve tends to infinity. If the frequency acrosses 2 rad/s, namely, from 2.01 to infinity, then the curve tends to zero as frequency tends infinity. I want to get the full frequency range response using nyquist plot, is there any way to plot the curve with range=0.1..1.9 and 2.1..infinity, just escape the frequency 2 rad/s ?

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## Thank you very much...

Thanks a lot.

range combines with view can plot the figure effectively. By the way, as the transfer function illustrated, an vibration frequency exists, so when the frequency approaches 2 rad/s, the curve tends to infinity. If the frequency acrosses 2 rad/s, namely, from 2.01 to infinity, then the curve tends to zero as frequency tends infinity. I want to get the full frequency range response using nyquist plot, is there any way to plot the curve with range=0.1..1.9 and 2.1..infinity, just escape the frequency 2 rad/s ?

Best regards.

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@pagan Thank you for telling me SCR. I try to explain the problem, and hoping the staff understand because I can express in English with only simple sentences and a few words.

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@pagan Thank you for telling me SCR. I try to explain the problem, and hoping the staff understand because I can express in English with only simple sentences and a few words.

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Thanks. This package is very useful.

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