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comment Is plot polluting my context?
@Mr.Wizard No, but it's not in v9.
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comment Exporting data in an output file from a Do-loop evaluation
Take a look here.
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comment Is Eigensystem::eivin message a bug?
Please do not use the bugs tag when posting questions. This is a special tag that, by convention, is always added by someone else than the original poster, after the community has verified the bug. It will be added later if deemed appropriate.
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comment CoordinateBoundsArray?
At the bottom of the documentation, it says: "Introduced in 2015 (10.1)". It's not available in 10.0. reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/CoordinateBoundsArray.html
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comment Graphics3D artifact in Mathematica 10.1 64bit Home Edition - Windows 7?
Do you get it only after exporting or do you get it on-screen? Do you export with Export or using the GUI (they are known to produce differing results)?
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comment Does Sum calculate all terms before summing them?
Sum is a very complex function that will try to be smart and use the best method for the situation. This can be symbolic, or dumb sequential summation, etc. If you need precise control over how to do it, don't use Sum. For you particular use case I'd never use Sum, which is really meant for symbolic calculations. I'd use Total or Apply[Plus] if memory is not an issue and I'd use a procedural accumulation (Do) if it is an issue. Some might prefer something like Nest as an alternative to Do.
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comment Graphics3D artifact in Mathematica 10.1 64bit Home Edition - Windows 7?
Could this be also dependent on your graphics drivers?
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comment Graphics3D artifact in Mathematica 10.1 64bit Home Edition - Windows 7?
I don't get it with OS X 10.10.4, Mma 10.1.0.
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comment Graphics3D artifact in Mathematica 10.1 64bit Home Edition - Windows 7?
Please don't use the bug tag on your own questions. Due to many mistags in the past, the agreed procedure is that it will be added by another person than the original poster, after others have confirmed it.
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answered Contourplot fails to plot x==0 if plot range is from 0
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comment Graph, overlapping vertexlabels
... their relative ratio as well as $\alpha$ to get more spacing between nearby nodes. Some documentation for the method's suboptions is available near the bottom of this page.
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comment Graph, overlapping vertexlabels
Unfortunately there's no builtin method that will try to avoid overlap. The graph layout methods consider the nodes to be points and ignore the labels. They also ignore the size of the vertices, as far as I know (i.e. they're considered to be points even if they are large disks or rectangles). What you can also try is playing with the parameters of the SpringElectricalEmbedding. The interaction has a spring-like part ($k_1 r$ potential) drawing the nodes together, and an electrical-like part ($k_2 r^{-\alpha}$) keeping some sort of minimal distance between them. You can try to adjust ...
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comment Keeping a plot fixed as one parameter changes in Manipulate
I'll take a look tomorrow. I don't know that off-hand. I have to search the docs. The keyword is ControlActive. I'm not even 100% sure it's possible using documented functionality (though it likely is).
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comment Keeping a plot fixed as one parameter changes in Manipulate
For this specific case you can put PerformanceGoal -> "Quality" in the ContourPlot. This will prevent slider movement from affecting the ContourPlot. If you have two sliders and two plots, and you wanted the first slider to affect the quality of the first plot, but not the second, and you wanted the second slider to affect the quality of the second plot but not the first, then it would likely be quite a bit more complicated ...
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comment Reset Options to Default
The same idea applies. You can get the default options form a subkernel and set them (Options[sym] = ...).
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comment Reset Options to Default
"A similar question concerning Attributes has been asked here, what does not seem to help me." <-- Why not?