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comment Plot draws list of curves in same color when not using Evaluate
@SigisK I shall take a careful look at your Q&A later. (I am only briefly checking in a few times today.) I am sorry to see what appears to be a good Q&A fall through the cracks. For what it's worth a few of mine have too despite the presumed name recognition I have here. Please do not let it discourage you from posting.
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comment How can I make Plot show the plot while it's computing it?
I saw your update. Look at linked lists and undocumented "Bag" functionality as in (63363). If you can self-answer you should. :-)
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comment An elegant way to plot a numeric function that returns a list, and have each element in a different color
The two highest voted answers below are effectively duplicates of answers to (8637). For this reason I argue that this question is a duplicate of that one. Please vote to close if you agree or comment here if you do not.
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comment An elegant way to plot a numeric function that returns a list, and have each element in a different color
The essence of this method was previously posted here: (8643)
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comment An elegant way to plot a numeric function that returns a list, and have each element in a different color
Unfortunately like Simon's code this no longer works in version 10 or 10.1.
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comment How can I make Plot show the plot while it's computing it?
@glance Possibly. :^) I am sort of on vacation today but I'll look at it tomorrow.
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comment Plot draws list of curves in same color when not using Evaluate
@SigisK I am now using 10.1.0 under Windows and all three of the "Mathematica 10 update" methods work without error on my system. What operating system do you use?
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comment How can I make Plot show the plot while it's computing it?
No problem. I'll leave my explanatory comment above for a while in case anyone else wonders why I post those "Related:" comments.
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comment How can I make Plot show the plot while it's computing it?
I think you misunderstand my "related" links. I am not saying that a solution exists there or I would say "proposed duplicate" or something like that. Rather I am adding links to make related questions easier to find once one is found. Someone finding that question for example may be more interested in your question and since links go both ways this question will appear in the Linked sidebar of that one.
19h
comment How can I make Plot show the plot while it's computing it?
Related: (216), (19121), (29346)
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comment Function for a series of joined slopes
@Guess I hope soon that you are able to implement that yourself.
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comment Function for a series of joined slopes
@Guess Now that you ask it like that I suppose so. :-) Is there a simple way to adjust that constant in the case of the Accepted answer, inside the interpolating function? I mean not defining f[x_] := ... + 0.1. Just curious.
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comment For a given expression: if it appears, remove it, but if it is absent, add it
I am using this toolbar extension: (1043). Also useful: (1137)
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comment Can this be written well, without loops?
What a wonderful essay this has become. While I originally hoped for a concise and fast alternative to the For structure I think your reasoning about functional programming and the design of language is even more valuable.
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comment Functions of two arguments
@belisarius This question clearly has been asked many times before. I posted several duplicate links above. Please choose one and vote to close.
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comment Functions of two arguments
Duplicates: (3217), (10211), (15556), (26858), (32569), (71988)
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comment Map with multiple arguments
Proposed duplicate: (24939)
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comment How can I make FilledCurve smoother?
@Guess Gladly. :-)
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comment How can I generate and randomly assign color to annular sectors?
@Rahul It was worth the effort to hunt down: (84247)
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comment Arbitrary precision spline interpolation
Did you try contacting the Stack Exchange team about the matter? I understand if you do not wish to pursue it but I think they might help.