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Version 10 empowered!


(also known as Spartacus)


See those two pins? Well today I'm going to... stick them in you.


Ok, let me come clean: Mr.Wizard is actually an alias of mine... I'm glad I can finally confess. ― Sjoerd C. de Vries

No, I'm Spatac... I mean, Mr.Wizard! ― R.M

I'm Mr.W, and so's my wife! ― acl


@Spartacus, it was not fixable. ― rcollyer

check again; I just fixed it. :-p ― Spartacus


"This is the internet, where the men are men, the women are men and the children are FBI agents..." ― yoda Dec 18 '11 at 6:06


"My main purpose of being here is in collecting the votes. I'd even go further and say that this is my main purpose in life." ― Leonid Shifrin


"I am making some voodoo dance and invoking the rain God while we talk" ― belisarius


Some people are fortunate. Others get married. ― belisarius


It's not that easy to do the untangling even manually though. – Szabolcs

Maybe you could turn it into a puzzle and let other people do the untangling :-) – Heike

I could make a web based game, and feed all my graphs to the visitors.
SE is a big game, isn't it? :D – Szabolcs


"ListContourPlot crush on simple 5-points data" (Question title)

"Yes, this must be love at first sight."ruebenko


... but I am working with a large body of code written by an incompetent fool (i.e. myself, several years ago...) – Simon Woods


I was tempted to edit your title: "Do rules rule?" But my nose is still bleeding as a result of a limerick. – belisarius


No, but they nowadays let me turn off the lights at night; 24 hours of fluorescence was really starting to make me feral. Brett says I should also mention the tip jar... – Daniel Lichtblau Mar 13 '12 at 20:48


Project Euler


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comment Mapping a function that assigns values to a list over a different list
+1 for inspiration -- see my updated answer in a few minutes
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comment Mapping a function that assigns values to a list over a different list
Okay, I've got to leave now.
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comment Mapping a function that assigns values to a list over a different list
@sps Sorry for not reading more carefully. I updated my answer now; please take a look and tell me if this appears correct.
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revised Mapping a function that assigns values to a list over a different list
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comment Mapping a function that assigns values to a list over a different list
@ssch Hm... you're right. Back to the drawing board. :^)
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answered Mapping a function that assigns values to a list over a different list
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revised Multilpe matrix (mxm) and vector (n), wich are unequal, so get a (three dimensional matrix) mxmxn matrix
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answered Multilpe matrix (mxm) and vector (n), wich are unequal, so get a (three dimensional matrix) mxmxn matrix
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comment Prevent Grid from resizing images
Can anyone say if this happens in version 8? It may be a v9 bug.
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comment What is the proper way to verify that two expressions are equivalent?
Somewhat related: (8796)
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comment What is the proper way to verify that two expressions are equivalent?
@mlpo Yes, I just noted that a few seconds before you in a comment above.