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Fancy Button Labels, Custom Dialog Boxes, and Fitting Multiple Functions

Edited by Bruce Miller
Wolfram Research, Inc.
brucem@wolfram.com

Members of the Wolfram Research Technical Support staff present articles on problems and questions we encounter. In this column, we give examples of writing buttons with graphics as labels, using a kernel-created notebook as a dialog box for user input, and fitting multiple functions to data with one set of parameters. The first two examples use front-end programming features of Mathematica 4; the fitting example runs under 3.0 or 4.

Buttons with Graphics

Creating a Custom Dialog Box

Fitting Multiple-Response Data


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