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Jun
24
reviewed Close Can somebody run this for me?
Jun
24
awarded  Custodian
Jun
23
comment Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
@abhilashsukumari you should try experimenting with code. documentation is very detailed. just search for keywords and look through examples. something like this Length[Select[data, 14 <= # <= 15 &]]
Jun
23
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
23
comment Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
@abhilashsukumari min was just a typo - I fixed it. Of course we are looking for max.
Jun
23
revised Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
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Jun
22
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Jun
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
20
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Jun
20
answered Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
Jun
17
comment Initialization with Wolfram Demonstrations
I recommend also asking this on Wolfram Community - I may get Wolfram person to answer.
Jun
17
comment Is this the most effective and efficient programming style for prototyping (a ray tracer) in Mathematica?
@jrp could we make an identical cross-post on Wolfram Community? The content is simply great by itself and is well worth publishing as an "idea". We can see what feedback we can get there. Post editor is the same - so simple copy paste will work.
Jun
17
revised How do I create a triangulated surface from points?
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Jun
7
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
5
answered Changing point size in Show
May
28
comment Adding a title that includes angle between two vectors in Graphic in Manipulate
Dynamic[Row[{"\[Theta] = ", N[ArcCos[(arrowA.arrowB)/(Norm[arrowA] Norm[arrowB])]/Degree]}]]
May
28
comment Analogue of Maple's `identify` command in Mathematica
I think Wolfram|Alpha gives pretty good answers and you can get it in WL via WolframAlpha[...] function.
May
27
awarded  Revival
May
26
answered Extracting subtree for a TreeForm