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StringTake[ ExampleData[{"Text", "Hamlet"}] <> "@", List /@ {45, 114, 132, 134, 138, 142, 2933, 2939, -1, 2994, 3184, 3189, 3213, 3305, 3364, 3427, 3446, 3473}] // StringJoin


Oct
18
awarded  function-construction
Oct
17
answered How can I evaluate only a single step of a recursive function?
Oct
16
comment How does MapThread work with Associations
I vote for bug...
Oct
13
comment Using Predict on images
@rcollyer, ok, but it is minimizing the error with some regularization, that might be any crazy thing with this input, right?
Oct
13
answered Using Predict on images
Oct
9
comment List of compilable functions
Nice, I didn't know about Indexed and it seems like a long due function
Oct
5
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation on 10.0.1.0
@LeonidShifrin for the record, after this release RLink works for me with the explicit "RVersion"->"3.1.1" option :)
Oct
3
comment Calendar view outline
@Mr.Wizard, well, its a copy paste of a comment, it isn't self contained, it isn't tuned to my satisfaction (perhaps one could avoid FindShortestTour, and its sandwiched between intimidating long and good looking answers
Oct
3
comment Calendar view outline
Sorry, can't build a more proper answer now
Oct
3
answered Calendar view outline
Oct
2
comment Calendar view outline
Sorry, sort = #[[Last@FindShortestTour[#, DistanceFunction -> ManhattanDistance]]] &;
Oct
2
comment Calendar view outline
Such as october2014[Values, {# - {1, 1}, #, # - {0, 1}, # - {1, 0}} &][ Apply[Join] /* Counts /* Select[OddQ] /* Keys /* sort /* Line /* Graphics]
Oct
2
comment Calendar view outline
Perhaps instead of building the rectangles you can build lines, and only keep the vertices that appear an odd number of times?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
comment Why won't SparseArray let me store values with the head List?
@belisarius they just cloned me and put me in there without attribution
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
comment Changing mouse appearance at notebook level
Nice icon, it feels like I am about to shoot at the code. It can be seen in any background :P (even in this SetOptions[InputNotebook[], Background -> Dynamic@Hue@Clock[]]).
Sep
24
comment Casting Dataset internal type from Assoc to Struct
Sorry, I do see it, my bad
Sep
24
comment Casting Dataset internal type from Assoc to Struct
It seems it would work if 1 and 2 were strings. Btw, I don't get the types by using FullForm
Sep
23
comment Changing mouse appearance at notebook level
Nice idea Silvia, +1. However, the Graphics background seems to be non-transparent if I put the notebook background black