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Mollweide maps in Mathematica

Context In my field of research, many people use the following package: healpix (for Hierarchical Equal Area isoLatitude Pixelization) which has been ported to a few different languages (F90, C,C++, ...
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Projectile motion with air friction

I need to find the x and y components of a projectile's position, its velocity at any evaluation point, time of flight, range, and maximum height. I have already made the code for a projectile ...
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GeoGraphics: problem with GeoPosition in shifted projections

Bug introduced in 10.0.0 and persisting through 10.4.1 A remark about the answer: My work around is only nice for simple cases with points. More general should include proper polygons splitting on ...
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Projectile motion in Mathematica using Euler's method [duplicate]

I need to write the equations of a ball in projectile motion (ignoring air friction) with an initial velocity of 40 m/s at an angle of 40° with respect to the horizontal. Specifically, I need to ...
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Peirce's quincuncial projection

The Peirce quincuncial projection is the cartographic projection of a sphere onto a square. In short, I would like to see it implemented in Mathematica. Here is my code: ...
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How to map an image to get an illusion of 3D

I would like to distort or map a given jpg so it looks 3D when viewed from certain angle, as in the following youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfCCUd8mFtg. The most interesting part of ...
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GeoProjection for astronomical data - wrong ticks

Here is an excellent answer to what I wanted to do, and it works like a charm. Unfortunately, when I want to change it a bit, it fails. For setting the stage, here is the datafile, and this is my ...
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Creating a certain image (3D shadows, highlighted intersections)

I would like to learn how to code within Mathematica the following picture: I tried using ...