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Oct
8
comment Is there a command like meshgrid in Mathematica?
In order to get an answer you need to explain what you mean by meshgrid. Even better: explain why you need this. Things are usually not done the same way in Mathematica and MATLAB.
Oct
8
awarded  Necromancer
Oct
7
comment Display All Output Numbers in HEX
@LiamWilliam I agree that something better is much preferred. I'm just commenting once again to correct my first comment to the much simpler $PrePrint = BaseForm[#, 16] &. This still doesn't do what you're asking for though.
Oct
7
revised Is it possible to have more than two vertical axis in Mathematica 2D plots?
edited tags; edited tags
Oct
6
comment Display All Output Numbers in HEX
$PrePrint = HoldForm[#] /. k_Integer :> BaseForm[k, 16] & ?
Oct
6
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
(When I need to create a long animation with Mathematica, I prefer to export stills and assemble them into a video using other tools.)
Oct
6
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
I think that Mathematica is really not the right tool for the job. There are many programs out there that can create a video out of a series of stills, why don't you try them? superuser.com/questions/624567/…
Oct
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
2
revised Where can I permanently modify Directory[]?
edited tags
Oct
2
answered Where can I permanently modify Directory[]?
Oct
2
comment x86_64 Linux: plotting feature
On OS X I do not get a frame unless I explicitly ask for one using Frame -> True. Have you modified the default settings?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
awarded  Refiner
Sep
29
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation
@EdMendes I can't easily answer questions for about 10 more days or so (no reliable internet connection or time to play with Mma), it was a good choice to post a new question on this.
Sep
27
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
26
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
OK, I may take a look tomorrow, to tired now ...
Sep
26
answered Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
Sep
26
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
Got it finally! I knew I've seen this before. Here's the full list: cs.anu.edu.au/~bdm/data/graphs.html Very likely also used by the previous site I linked.
Sep
26
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
I found this. It goes up to 9 vertices. I do not know if it is exhaustive, it would be interesting to find out, and especially to have a full list. Perhaps you can try contacting the author of that site?
Sep
26
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
There is no such database built into Mathematica, so for a pre-made database you'd have to look elsewhere. Generating all unlabelled graphs on 9 vertices and making sure there are no duplicates in the list is going to be hard and definitely impossible using a naive approach of simply using IsomorphicGraphQ to filter duplicates. Not to say it's impossible with smarter methods (it probably is), but how to do it seems hard enough that I'd say it's a math question first, and a Mathematica question only once you have a strategy in mind ...