HPPrime: Documentation & Tutorials

05012016, 07:40 PM
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HP Prime: The Basics of Graphing (Function App)
http://edspi31415.blogspot.com/2016/05/h...napp.html This includes the new sketching feature in Firmware 10077. 

05102016, 08:31 PM
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05182016, 03:33 AM
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HP Prime: Algebraic CAS Commands
(expand, factor, collect, subst) http://edspi31415.blogspot.com/2016/05/h...mands.html 

05292016, 06:14 PM
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HP Prime: Basic CAS Commands for Polynomials and Rational Expressions
Commands covered: coeff, numer, denom, purge, poly2symb, symb2poly, pcoeff, degree, factor_xn, partfrac, hermite, legendre, tchebyshev1, tchebyshev2 http://edspi31415.blogspot.com/2016/05/h...sfor.html 

06092016, 02:58 AM
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10312016, 10:13 PM
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Thank you for posting your additional work here, Eddie!
I have updated this listing accordingly. Also new official HP documentation is available. It is embedded in the Virtual calculator and in the Connectivity Kit software components released in Revision 100638 from 20161017. Details in the first post. Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

12232016, 11:54 AM
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Uploaded a video showing how to construct Euclid's proposition 1 (construction of an equilateral triangle) using the Prime's Geometry app: https://youtu.be/bjniMglg1Uk


01032017, 03:24 PM
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Thank you so much, Daniel!
Great work. Nice "trick" to get the triangle equilateral answer correct by changing the Epsilon setting. Please keep posting more videos! Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

01102017, 01:49 PM
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(10312016 10:13 PM)jebem Wrote: Thank you for posting your additional work here, Eddie! Thanks! As usual, I have some catch up reading to do. 

03062017, 09:45 AM
(This post was last modified: 03062017 11:16 AM by jebem.)
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Hi everybody,
Just a reminder: You may post here the links to your works, findings, blogs, etc., as long as it are related to the HP Prime Documentation & Tutorials. When I have the time, I will check them and if they fit the above scope I will add it to the initial post for better visibility. Thank you! Hola a todos, Simplemente un recordatorio: Puedes publicar aquí los enlaces a tus trabajos, hallazgos, blogs, etc., siempre que estén relacionados con la documentación y tutoriales de HP Prime. Cuando tenga el tiempo, los comprobaré y si caben en el acontexto los agregaré al poste inicial para una mejor visibilidad. ¡Gracias! Salut tout le monde, Juste un rappel: Vous pouvez afficher ici les liens vers vos œuvres, résultats, blogs, etc., à condition qu'ils soient liés à la documentation et aux didacticiels de HP Prime. Quand j'ai le temps, je vais les vérifier et si elles correspondent à la portée cidessus, je vais l'ajouter au post initial pour une meilleure visibilité. Je vous remercie! Hallo allerseits, Nur eine Erinnerung: Sie können hier die Links zu Ihren Werken, Erkenntnissen, Blogs usw. veröffentlichen, solange es sich um die HP Prime Documentation & Tutorials handelt. Wenn ich die Zeit habe, werde ich sie überprüfen und wenn sie den oben genannten Bereich passen, werde ich ihn dem Anfangsposten für eine bessere Sicht hinzufügen. Vielen Dank! 大家好， 只是提醒： 您可以在这里发布到您的作品，发现，博客等的链接，只要它与HP Prime文档和教程相关。 当我有时间，我会检查他们，如果他们符合上述范围，我会添加到最初的帖子，以提高可见性。 谢谢！ Привет всем, Просто напоминаю: Здесь вы можете добавить ссылки на свои работы, "блоги" и т.д., при условии, что они связаны с документацией, публикациями, учебниками по HP Prime. В свободное время, я ознакомлюсь с их содержанием, и опубликую те, которые на мой взгляд отвечают данной тематике. Спасибо. Please note: This was google translation and may contain small errors, as my mother language is Portuguese and my understanding of foreign languages is limited. Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

04062017, 07:01 AM
(This post was last modified: 04062017 07:02 AM by pier4r.)
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First of all, jebem, thanks for your effort! (And also thanks to all the ones that created contributions)
I would like to comment on this. (04052014 12:38 PM)Joe Horn Wrote: FYI, my "Prime Wiki" was only created as a very early experiment, and then abandoned. Please don't put much time into it. In my opinion, while single contributions are great, scattering them on <a large arbitrary number> of sites is not so practical (indeed an index like the one of jebem is extra useful). Or better saying, surely doing a contribution is helpful for the author, because it is experience for him in exposing certain knowledge, but it does not help much the newcomer that has to search and does not know what to search. As written, a post like the one of jebem is crucial to raise the value of the single contributions for newcomers, but the disadvantage is that jebem has more work to do. If jebem stops coming here, the index starts to be incomplete. So I wonder if would not be better to do it collaboratively (see wiki). Jebem can still be the main editor, and others can add edits that then jebem can revert. I do like the wiki of Bruce (and I spent a lot of time on it in the past, and I hope to spend more time on it the future) and to me would not take much time to move the entire resource list in the first post on a wiki4hp article. But then the idea should be that who has new informative resources would edit directly that wiki. What do you think? I mean a post like this would be still helpful to point to the wiki and to discuss if the entry XY is valid for the resource list or not, so one can go and edit it if necessary. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

09212017, 06:42 AM
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(04062017 07:01 AM)pier4r Wrote: First of all, jebem, thanks for your effort! (And also thanks to all the ones that created contributions) Hi, Sorry I have overlooked your post. I see your point. I have no reservations if you or anyone else copy my initial post to other external forums or portals and then keep maintaining it as you like. At this point there are several external information repositories regularly updated by their owners/ contributors. I like all of them and i don't see how could someone convince them to merge it into a single lication. So, because i enjoy to be here, my vision is to keep using this MoHPC portal as my central point for referrecing external links. That was my initial motivation to create the initial post. And i'm not looking to include every single url related to the Prime. As you repeatedly have written, i may not be available at all the times for that job. Hiwever, this forum is mainly dedicated to list the documentation and tutorials and that kind of information is kind of static. That said, i keep updating the listing when someone contributes with new materials (see Eddie's or Han's among others contributions examples). Your signature wiki url is listed in my listing since day one. But it looks outdated when compared with other repositories. Cheers, Jose Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

09212017, 07:40 AM
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(09212017 06:42 AM)jebem Wrote: At this point there are several external information repositories regularly updated by their owners/ contributors. I like all of them and i don't see how could someone convince them to merge it into a single lication.Hi! This is not needed. Personal contributions on personal spaces are all fine (one can be proud of his work)! Having a central collaborative index, though, may help. Quote:Your signature wiki url is listed in my listing since day one. But it looks outdated when compared with other repositories. It is, but since it is a wiki, it may also change. We will see. I plan to explore the prime slowly for problems that do not fit userRPL / newRPL in the port0 memory. Otherwise I need to create a framework that load/unload data from the SD. For this I will expand and then refactor this: http://www.wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=prime:start Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

10122017, 02:45 PM
(This post was last modified: 10122017 02:47 PM by webmasterpdx.)
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Anyone adding links to the list, should edit the original post rather than posting replies....that way, there is only one post to transfer if we do this eventually.
The HP Prime wiki is now here: http://wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=prime:start The Programming section is quite extensive by now. What had been quoted as the HP Prime wiki was Bruce's general HP calculator wiki, and is http://wiki4hp.com/doku.php?id=start , but this is a link to a general HP calculator wiki. The HP Prime Information link goes to the HP Prime wiki from there. I'd love to see the contents of this thread moved to the HP Prime wiki, if anyone feels up to it. There are instructions on how to create a new page near the top of this page (where this thread could be copied to and converted to wiki format....the link format is different). 

10142017, 10:18 AM
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Prime wiki link updated.
Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

10222017, 02:44 PM
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Yesterday, 02:23 PM
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Symbolic algebra and Mathematics with hpprime (Reference guide) full english documentation.
http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread9970.html http://www.hpcalc.org 20 years online 

Yesterday, 06:50 PM
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(Yesterday 02:23 PM)compsystems Wrote: Symbolic algebra and Mathematics with hpprime (Reference guide) full english documentation. Thanks. Yes I saw it, and yesterday I have updated the first post (see section 13). Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

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