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comment Using select to pick out elements of nested lists in an odd way
@eldo, I see. I missed the deleted comments. And I now see why the wording "elements that contain two or more As in the first part of their sub-elements" could be read differently from my reading of it -- of course, with the help of desired output -- as " two or more elements whose first part is equal to A"
Jul
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comment Creating a new list by dropping sub elements of the original list
@RunnyKine, thank you.. "almost" is critical :)
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comment Creating a new list by dropping sub elements of the original list
@Ibrahim, you might want to wait a while before accepting an answer to encourage alternative answers. Welcome to mma.se.
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comment Using select to pick out elements of nested lists in an odd way
@eldo, good observation re implicit assumption that is the source of the error message: although OP's example has that structure, it is not explicitly stated that all sublists have depth >=2. However -- removing {a,h} or changing it to {{a,h}} -- I don't understand why the result is "debatable".
Jul
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answered Creating a new list by dropping sub elements of the original list
Jul
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answered Using select to pick out elements of nested lists in an odd way
Jul
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comment Piecewise Polynomial Interpolation
@unlikely, the only info in the documentation is in the Details section: "Partial derivatives not specified explicitly can be given as Automatic". I will post an update, if i can figure out a generalization to arbitrary r.
Jul
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answered Piecewise Polynomial Interpolation
Jul
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answered Providing a color function for ListPointPlot3D
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answered Spike train representation
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comment Agglomerate output to Graph
@xtian777x, i updated the answer with your suggestion to get undirected edges.
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revised Replacing more than one element from a Sublist
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answered Replacing more than one element from a Sublist
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answered Agglomerate output to Graph