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Jan
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comment Equivalent of Matlab's uigetfile in Mathematica
Please describe in more detail how you would like this to work.
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Equivalent of Matlab's uigetfile in Mathematica
Jan
27
comment Finding x when sin(x) = -.758
Regarding your parenthetical have you seen editing help?
Jan
27
comment accessing elements of nested list
Incidentally I think something very close to this has been asked before, if not this exact transformation.
Jan
27
comment accessing elements of nested list
@Kuba Of course you have your own style and it doesn't have to agree with mine. :-)
Jan
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comment accessing elements of nested list
@Mike Probably to save a character, but even as a terse fanatic I prefer All. First because it is descriptive and ledible, and second because it is backward-compatible. (;; does not work in v7.) It's only one more character so I vote for All. I've even edited it into a few answers here and there.
Jan
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comment accessing elements of nested list
@tchronis That method is already in the question as "unsatisfactory"
Jan
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revised How do I display imported images at actual size?
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Jan
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revised Inconsistent image sizing with Grid and Row?
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answered Inconsistent image sizing with Grid and Row?
Jan
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comment Long list of similar rules
@tchronis I like questions or I wouldn't be on this site. ;-) A bit of spelunking suggests that this should do it: Clear[GeneralUtilities`Benchmarking`PackagePrivate`$TimingCaches]
Jan
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comment Long list of similar rules
@tchronis Thanks for the vote. BenchmarkPlot caches its results. I believe using slightly different input values will force a fresh run; for example you could use 2^Range[14] - 1.
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revised Long list of similar rules
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answered Long list of similar rules
Jan
26
comment Why does Mathematica remember print settings?
It seems as though once the Option has been set for the Notebook it is not changed again, so setting SetOptions[EvaluationNotebook[], PrintingCopies -> 1] should "inoculate" it against automatic changes.
Jan
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comment Why does Mathematica remember print settings?
Yes indeed, in 10.0.2 printing (to file) three copies of a Notebook resulted in {PrintingCopies -> 3}.
Jan
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comment Why does Mathematica remember print settings?
+1 of course. I believe the OP is asserting that PrintingCopies is set every time he prints. I did not confirm this yet but if it is the case then it is not simply "inadvertently some settings have been localized" but an ongoing problem.
Jan
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comment Why does Mathematica remember print settings?
@Mike I voted to leave it open. I think it's a good question. Do you disagree?
Jan
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revised Reading from a socket stream
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Jan
26
comment Mollweide maps in Mathematica
At least in 10.0.2 the grid lines look thicker and there are more of them than shown in the answer above. Was the code changed or has Mathematica's rendering changed?