The Top Five Most Read Blogs in 2014

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New Year’s marks a time not only for resolutions, but also reflection. So in case you may have missed it, I thought we might reflect back on the top five most read PTC Mathcad blog posts from this past year.

#5 Desktop Engineering Highlights PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 as Editor’s Pick of the Week

desktop-engineering-logo1At the start of the year PTC Mathcad was highlighted in Desktop Engineering’s Editor Pick of the Week. The article highlights the feature of our free for life version PTC Mathcad Express.

“The 30-day trial version of PTC Mathcad Express extends the standard capabilities of the application with such features as advanced numeric functions and a solve block capability for quickly solving systems of linear, non-linear and differential equations. It has an Excel component for leveraging data in existing spreadsheets as well as symbolic algebra capabilities for manipulating symbolic and numeric calculations in real time. The 30-day trial version of PTC Mathcad Express also provides functionality for creating a template that can be used as the basis for new worksheets and advanced 3D plotting capabilities for visualizing complex data sets.”

Read the full article here.

#4 Excel as a Function

Excel as a functionGet a deeper dive into PTC Mathcad’s Excel component. This post overviews how to define inputs and outputs, and provides an example worksheet to test out the premium functionality.

Read the full article here.

#3 “The finger cut, to save the hand”: Keyboard Shortcuts in Mathcad Prime

Keyboard shortcuts_Anji blog postPTC Mathcad users are always looking for shortcuts. Take a look at this blog post and read about the many keyboard shortcuts PTC Mathcad Prime.

Read the full blog post here.

#2 Constructing Solutions for Structural Design

bridgeUsually when driving across a bridge or walking into a building, you don’t stop to think about the engineering ingenuity that went into creating that structure. This blog post highlights many of the worksheets available in the Building Structural Design Library.

Read the full blog post here.

#1 PTC Mathcad Prime: Past, Present, Future

past-present-futureHow fitting that the number one blog post read in 2014 reflects not only how far PTC Mathcad has come, but also a roadmap for the future. Read about versions past, as well as what to expect in our January release of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.1 and versions to come. Read the full blog post here.

 

 

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One thought on “The Top Five Most Read Blogs in 2014”

  1. NacNac says:

    The title reads

    “The Top Five Most Read Blogs in 2014”

    I guess it should read “The Top Five Most Read MATHCAD Blogs in 2014” ….

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