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The caption of the first figure says "An interactive version of the illustration on the American Scientist website...". Where, please?
posted by Joseph Fineman
February 16, 2012 @ 1:48 PM


Hello Dr. Fineman, please check out the interactive versions of the graphics in the sections of the article, below the print versions of the illustrations.
posted by Fenella Saunders
February 16, 2012 @ 2:06 PM


Dear Dr Saunders: Thank you for the doctorate %^). The only interactive version I find is for the *last* figure. The others offer, at most, an opportunity to enlarge.
posted by Joseph Fineman
February 20, 2012 @ 11:07 AM


Without knowing what operating system you use, I cannot be sure how to guide you. But for instance, on page 2, there is the static pyramid figure and a clickable interactive pyramid figure slightly below it.
posted by Fenella Saunders
February 20, 2012 @ 11:58 AM

 

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