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    Default Copying from Applet to PowerPoint

    well I have the same problem in the same page Receiver Operating Characteristic Curves: an Introduction
    I would like to copy each applet to a powerpoint documento to do a presentation
    Does anyone could help me?

    Paulo

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    Default Re: java applet on remote site runs in browser, but fails when opened locally

    Sorry, I'm a linux person, I don't use powerpoint.

    Here is the HTML file I used to run the ROC applet. It needs to be in the same directory with the files roc.class, SIDEPANEL.class, Watcher.class, ROCGRAPH.class, Slider.class. You can open it in a web broswer and it will run the ROC applet in the browser window. You could switch from powerpoint to the browser for that part of your talk (obviously not an ideal solution, but gets the job done).

    XML Code:
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" >
    <html>
    <head> <title>Receiver Operating Characteristic Curves</title>
    
    <style type="text/css"><!--
      body {
            background-color : #F0F0FF}
     --></style> 
    <meta name="keywords"
    content="ROC Receiver Operating Characteristic curves introduction tutorial clinical">
    </head>
    <body>
    
    <p>
    <applet code="roc.class" width="600" height="350">
      <PARAM name="background" value="#F0F0F0">
      <PARAM name="separation" value="50">
      <PARAM name="demarcation" value="33">
      <PARAM name="mode" value="noSeparation,noROC,shading">
      <PARAM name="title" value="Two overlapping normal curves!">
    If you can read this message, then your browser is almost certainly
    not Java enabled. To view the acid-base calculator, get a Java-enabled
    browser!
    </applet>
    
    <p>
    <applet code="roc.class" width="600" height="350">
      <PARAM name="background" value="#F0F0F0">
      <PARAM name="separation" value="50">
      <PARAM name="demarcation" value="33">
      <PARAM name="mode" value="noSeparation,noROC">
      <PARAM name="title" value="Two overlapping normal curves!">
    </applet>
    
    <p>
    <applet code="roc.class" width="600" height="350">
      <PARAM name="background" value="#F0F0F0">
      <PARAM name="separation" value="50">
      <PARAM name="demarcation" value="75">
      <PARAM name="mode" value="noSeparation">
    </applet>
    
    </body>
    </html>
    Last edited by DarrylBurke; 02-19-2012 at 09:09 PM. Reason: Added html tags

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    Default Re: java applet on remote site runs in browser, but fails when opened locally

    appletviewer also goes with JRK. don't worry.

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    Default Re: Copying from Applet to PowerPoint

    Split from java applet on remote site runs in browser, but fails when opened locally

    paulosousa, please don't post add-on questions in an existing thread. Your question is about creating PowerPoint documents, which isn't the topic discussed in the thread you posted in.

    In future, when you have a question, please start your own thread -- they're free.

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