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Jul
14
comment MapAt and generic Functions on Associations and Datasets
@alancalvitti it is just that a->b& is grouped as (a->b)& instead of a->(b&). It is a matter of precedence of the operators & versus ->. Operator precedence is documented (tutorial/OperatorInputForms). It is easy to check by repeatedly clicking on the expression (or ctrl+.) and seeing how the selection grows. You can also check the precedences with the undocumented Precedence/@{Function, Rule} but I don't think it is too useful
Jul
14
comment Why doesn't a Composition[] hold its arguments and what can be done about it?
I haven't given this any thought, but I'd like to point out a couple of feelings. 1) I value (don't ask why) that compositions remain unevaluated if they are not applied to something, instead of turning into a Function. 2) When I read your question, I thought the natural way it should work was a different one (don't ask why, and I DONT THINK it would be beneficial. I just assumed it more natural). Namely, that doing (f@*g)[x] would be like inputting x to g, and then giving the output to f. So for ex, if h holds, (f@*h)[2+2] would give f[h[2+2]], but (h@*f)[2+2] would give h[f[4]].
Jul
14
comment Installing RLink on Linux
on Fedora 20, it worked after installing compat-libf2c-34
Jul
14
comment Is there is a design problem or documentation problem with FirstCase?
I would agree...
Jul
13
comment How can I modify the interval of the function Image[]?
Could you give a simple example of what result you would expect?
Jul
13
comment Random numbers that sum up to specific value
I am having trouble understanding the relationship to the question. You found a distribution whose expectation is N. I assume N is the specific value the OP wants to get as total. If one can draw each (nonnegative) number with probability palpha (so no number is allowed twice), then N would be the expectation of the total. But even a single number with this distribution could be higher than N.
Jul
13
comment How can I programmatically specify the positioning of a window at the time of its creation?
HammingWindow[t-position]
Jul
13
comment Random numbers that sum up to specific value
I guess the max entropy distribution makes sense for the OP since it's the "most random" and he wanted random :P
Jul
13
answered Dynamic with RegionNearest keeps one CPU core at 100% - Is this a bug?
Jul
13
comment Dynamic with RegionNearest keeps one CPU core at 100% - Is this a bug?
This looks like a bug worth reporting. In the meantime you can work around it using Refresh
Jul
13
comment Mathematica code for hidden Markov models (HMM)
This needs a v10 answer :)
Jul
12
comment MapAt and generic Functions on Associations and Datasets
@alancalvitti I think you are having a precedence problem. Is this what you want? data[All, {Key[b] -> (Framed[#] &)}] // Normal
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
Haha. Btw, there's also selecting the palette and using ctrl+shift+o shortcut
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
I see you never had to bring back to center windows that had been moved 3 monitors away from sight :P
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
The same dropdown where you can choose global, selection, selected notebook, ..... Anyway, this would force you to save the palette WITH the menu bar on. That's not good
Jul
11
comment Menu commands on Palettes and other windows without menu bars?
You don't need the focus on the palette to use the option inspector. You can choose the specific notebook from the dropdown. We need an easier way out of this, hummm
Jul
11
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