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Dec
21
accepted Centering histogram bars over axis values
Dec
21
comment Centering histogram bars over axis values
Wow! Perfect. If only I could upvote you more than once. Warm regards.
Dec
21
comment Centering histogram bars over axis values
Thanks, that's cute. Is is possible to do it without hard-coding the range of values? Ticks->Automatic works nicely when I happen to have a dataset that doesn't lie within [0,2]. (Some of my datasets are in [0,140000] for instance)
Dec
21
asked Centering histogram bars over axis values
Dec
18
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
16
awarded  Curious
Oct
15
comment Can I line the mesh lines on a `RegionPlot3D` up with integer values of the axes?
Cute! Thanks. I understand MeshFunctions now. (:
Oct
15
asked Can I line the mesh lines on a `RegionPlot3D` up with integer values of the axes?
Oct
1
awarded  Commentator
Oct
1
comment Permutations[Range[12]] produces an error instead of a list
I appreciate this late answer. This technique looks promising and has several attractive properties when compared with some of the answers above. Neat stuff. Thanks!
Aug
21
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
29
accepted Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
Oct
18
comment Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
You're right, I should have left that subjective judgement out.
Oct
18
revised Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
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Oct
18
comment Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
Wow, so fast. Easy upvote, this is what I was trying to do, but I hadn't understood Prefix/@ or the third argument to Select before. I learned a lot, warm thanks.
Oct
18
asked Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Jun
12
awarded  Nice Question
May
8
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
18
comment Factorizing polynomials over fields other than $\mathbb{C}$
Tremendous. We've learned a lot today.