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You may use TimeSeriesWindow. TimeSeriesWindow[temp, {1, 2}] (* TemporalData[Time: 1 to 2 Data points: 2 Paths: 1] *) TimeSeriesWindow gives the events the fall between the window specified. Hope this helps.


In version 10.4.1 for Windows contains definitions for 20 "SystemDockedCell"s: "SlideshowToolbar" "PackageToolbar" "SecurityToolbar" "DynamicUpdatingToolbar" "CodeCaptionToolbar" "WolframCloudSyncToolbar" "PluginUpdateStripe" "BuiltInStylesheetToolbar" "StylesheetToolbar" "VersionedStylesheetToolbar" "TrialBar" "StudentBar" "...


Nice find. I think that this is simply giving the equivalent of a DataRange over the z (density) values. Put another way it is providing the third parameter of Rescale: That lets us conveniently do something like this: DensityPlot[ x, {x, -12, 0}, {y, -1, 1} , ColorFunctionScaling -> {385, 745} , ColorFunction -> "VisibleSpectrum" ] ...


Sequential With From Daniel Lichtblau's comment there is a new undocumented syntax for With introduced sometime after version 10.1 that allows: With[{a = 0}, {a = a + 1}, {a = a + 1}, a] 2


Beginning with Mathematica 10 there is a new function ReadString to get the (current) available data from an open socket connection by setting EndOfBuffer as terminator. But there has to be at least one finished read to the stream before ReadString[socket, EndOfBuffer] will return the next chunk. Basic stream function StreamPosition, SetStreamPosition will ...

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