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1answer
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Use Style on list elements

I have a list like this: list = {0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1} I want to color all the 0's in red, but I dont want to count through all the elements, like in my solutions, ...
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votes
1answer
42 views

Combining list x-y data with a list of errobars into one list (mathematica-style)

Suppose I have a list of data I can ListPlot: { {x1,y1}, ... } , and a list of y-errorbars: {erry1, erry2, ... } Is there ...
1
vote
2answers
142 views

Discretizing data using quantiles in Mathematica

I am trying to discretize a long array of real numbers into a uniformly distributed integer array. To do this I am identifying the quantile where each real value sits and writing it out to the output ...
12
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4answers
368 views

Equivalent Nested Loop Structure

Consider the following examples: ...
6
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4answers
1k views

Alternatives to While Loops?

I am using Mathematica to run a probabilistic simulation. Essentially, I have a list of members of a population (they only have one, numerical, attribute, so it's just implemented as a list of ...
12
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2answers
441 views

Are there advantages to using generalized Part extraction instead of specialized functions like First, Last?

There are many ways to extract different parts of lists in Mathematica. For example, the first part of a list v can be accessed either as ...
19
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2answers
2k views

Extracting values from nested rules in JSON data

I have been using Mathematica to analyse some data from the StackExchange API. It is conveniently available in JSON form, which Mathematica interprets as replacement rules. However, some of the rules ...
16
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1answer
324 views

Are there advantages to using additional arguments of common functions rather than alternative ways of calculating with lists?

(Apologies for the long question title.) One of the interesting, if sometimes confusing, things about Mathematica is that there is always more than one way to do things. Even intermediate users can ...