Applications :: Use Grapher - Turn On Axis Labels?
Jun 8, 2010
Does anyone use grapher? I have never been able to figure out if there is in fact a way to turn on the axis labels x,y,z and possibly get some values on the axes as well. Anyone ever been able to do this?
Does anyone know if you can label axis in excel 2008? I know before SP1 it couldnt be done, just wondering if anyone has come across this in the to SP1? Or it can be done already? Because its pretty useless for me without that feature!
I'm trying to find out how to use the application "Grapher", but I find it difficult! It's easy for me to draw the graph by telling the program which equation I want it to draw, but I don't know how to and whether it is possible to draw something manually in the graph, for example the slope.
I'm new on the mac world. I search a software or a setting to invert all axis of mouse. For example the mouse go down and the arrow go up Sorry for my english i'm italian. P.S An example of a windows solution is: [URL:....]
I use colored labels for certain document folders/files. Have tried to use colored labels with some apps with limited success.Specifically I tried to color label "image capture", but to no avail. Is there a way of getting around this Apple limitation?
Info: iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Apple TV2, iLife '11, iTunes
I have found a previous conversation, see community converation titled: Label Y-Axis as letters, not numbers?
it describes how to do what I want. I understand this described process but I cannot figure out where to place the "lookup" formula for it to work. Do I select the whole table, one column, etc. I have tried to recreate the screen shot sample but get stumped at the formula placement. I need to graph reading levels from a-z with the y-axis being letters not numbers and this old conversation has created this. I have been searching the web for 4 hours and got no where until I found this discussion and now I am so close...
I usually print out my Mailing Labels from Microsoft Excel on my PC but now that I've switched machines I'm trying to do the same thing on my Mac. I still have the same spreadsheet but for the life of me I can't figure out how to print labels.
I'm using Gmail with Mail.app on my Macbook and my iPhone. I want to filter emails for shopping, entertainment and utilities into folders without having them all in my main inbox or a Gmail "All Mails" folder. Does anyone have a good solution for this?
A little background:
I have my Gmail account set up with Mail.app currently. I have several folders set up on my Mac, and I have filters set up to send certain messages to certain folders. For instance, emails from [URL] go to an eBay folder.
How do Iprint to return labels in address book using the avery 8167 labels? While my Mac recognizes the sheet and that it has 20 rows in 4 columns for a total of 80 labels, only 1 label prints. I don't know what to do.
i am really shocked with iTunes. I have just bought my mother an 160GB Classic and am starting to rip her entire music collection which is at least 100CDs.. however sometimes for albums iTunes gets mixed up with disc 1 and disc 2 and labels them wrong and sometimes does [disc 1] and (disc 2)... it should be consistent not mixing brackets... i have had to edit the tags manually..
Does the apple address book app print contacts/address labels. What I am trying to do is print out my contacts names/addresses onto the precut address stickers for our wedding/save the date invitations (no calligrapher for us lol). There has to be an easy way to do this from this application? I am running the latest version of address book/leopard fyi.
I was just wondering if anybody else noticed that the examples in Grapher.app use the wrong name for one of them. They have the Lorenz Attractor, only they call it the "Lorentz's Attractor." They credit Hendrik Lorentz, the dutch physicist known for his work in electromagnetism and [now] for his transformations used in Special Relativity. The Lorenz Attractor was done by Edward Norton Lorenz, the meteorologist who accidentally discovered chaos theory.
I have encountered a problem when printing labels. On my PC it is possible to use all the labels on an A4 sheet, because you can select which labels are still available from a part used sheet. On the iMac it always wants to start from the top of the page even when there are no labels there. I find it very wasteful to throw away part used sheets of labels. Maybe I am missing some vital information, because I don't believe a mac can't do what a PC does, in all other aspects a Mac wins hands down. I would appreciate any solutions to this problem as I have only had the iMac eight months and still learning, and I would prefer not to have to use my PC if avoidable
One thing I miss from Windows is the ability to glance at the task bar on the bottom and read truncated title descriptors on the task bar buttons of each open window. It's a way of knowing and locating what (and where) each window is by just looking, without having to do anything -- like mouse over an icon, or clicking, or using Expose.
Is there anything I can do to make all open windows have titles or descriptors -- whether it's a file name, or Safari window name, etc. -- in Mac OS? Is there any third party utility app?
I find Snow Leopard to be more application centric, rather than window centric.
I am completely new to the Mac universe but am planning on getting one whenever the next refresh comes out. My question is, is this an indicator that the new ones are coming soon or is this just something apple does after x months of a product being available.
I'm running 5.1.5 in Lion. When I click the "Print Label" button to ship a package on UPS as I've done for years, the button links to a UPS "Page Not Found" page. I'm not running in private mode or using the pop-up blocker, so I don't know what's going on. The button works just fine in Chrome. Haven't tried other browsers.
I was just playing around with my icons on the desktop, but at their largest possible size, I can't get the drive information (by checking "Show Item Info" in the View Options window) to fit if the labels are set to show on the bottom of the icons. It truncates it, annoying where it's display remaining space, which is exactly the wrong place. It works if I put the labels on the right side, but then I can't see the icons when I have my applications positioned where I usually do (a minor issue perhaps, but I prefer to see the icons I've created instead of the text name of the drive). Does anyone know if it's possible to set the icon labels to show up to the left of the icon? That would nicely solve both issues, but it's not an included option. Seems like it would be incredibly logical.
I want to get rid of the pop-up labels which appear when you mouse over dock icons. I've routed around in the dock plist, and found that I can achieve this for items that are permanently in my dock by just blanking their 'file-label' string in the dock plist, but was wondering if there is a way to do this for all items in the dock?
I've tried adding every logical 'key' to the plist file, I can think of, with a false boolean value, but to no luck. I'm pretty new to OS X.
I'm starting a business that will require the creation and printing of labels for jars and bottles. I'm told that the MAC is the best tool to have for this endeavor but so far I have been unable to locate an app or other software specifically for this purpose.
I just recently bought an "apple aluminum keyboard" off of craigslist as a secondary one for work. I didn't notice it at the time of purchase, but the keys are different,such as a smaller return key and the key labels are not the same as my main keyboard which I bought at Best Buy. What this keyboard is? A euro edition? or knockoff?
My new workplace is a Mac office and uses Mail 4.5 for email. (I'm using a MacBook Pro w/OS 10.6.8). I'm used to being able to assign colors/labels to certain senders in Gmail or Outlook, but I don't see how to do it in Mail.