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 57m comment How to invert the default order of polynomial? Anixx, maybe using DeleteCases on Variables, .e.g. expr = a x^3 + b x^4 + c; TeXForm[ TraditionalForm[expr, DeleteCases[Variables[expr], x]]]? 1h comment How to invert the default order of polynomial? @Anixx, wrap everything in TeXForm to get an output that can be copy/pasted into Latex: e.g., copying the output of TraditionalForm[a x^3 + b x^4 + c, ParameterVariables -> {a, b, c}] // TeXForm and pasting here (between $signs) gives$b x^4+a x^3+c\$ 1h answered Manipulating List? 1h revised NDSolve parametric plot edited body 1h comment How to invert the default order of polynomial? Something like TraditionalForm[a x^3 + b x^4 + c, ParameterVariables -> {a, b, c}]? See also tutorial/PolynomialOrderings. 2h revised NDSolve parametric plot added 616 characters in body 2h revised NDSolve parametric plot added 4 characters in body 2h answered NDSolve parametric plot 13h answered Replace element of matrix based on rule which invloves other element of same matrix 17h comment List and patterns @ubpdqn, thank you for the upvote. 1d revised List and patterns added 449 characters in body 1d comment List and patterns @Mr.Wizard, Join@@ was the first thing I tried; it doesn't give a 2d list. Join@@Join@@Table works. 1d revised List and patterns deleted 45 characters in body 1d revised List and patterns added 624 characters in body 1d comment List and patterns @science404, i updated with a fix for the issue. 1d revised List and patterns added 124 characters in body 1d comment How to replace a part of array based on certain rules which involves usage of other array .. or use ReplacePart[fd, {i_, nts} :> Max[(s[[i]] - strike1), 0]] 1d comment PlotLegends in ListPlot does not display different markers !Mike put the code inside a pair of single quotes ( remove spaces around code in  code  to get code) 1d comment PlotLegends in ListPlot does not display different markers @Mike, it could be os differences: the code posted above works both in Version 9.0.1.0 (Windows 8 64-bit) and version 10 (wolfram programming cloud). LegendMarkers -> {Automatic,Automatic} also works in both versions. 1d comment PlotLegends in ListPlot does not display different markers @Mike, try the option LabelStyle, for example: LineLegend[{Red, Green, Blue}, {"label1", "label2", "label3"}, LabelStyle -> 10], or LabelStyle -> Directive[Red, Italic, 20]...