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I work for Wolfram and oversee Wolfram Community. I am a physicist, Mathematica enthusiast and faculty member at Wolfram Science (NKS) Summer School. I am an author at the Wolfram Demonstration Project and sometimes write for Wolfram Blog. I enjoy creating applications and art with Wolfram Language, some can be found on my website. I also collecting Wolfram Language graphics at a Pinterest board and organized a video group Mathematica Render on Vimeo.


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comment MapThread over sublists of different length
+1 Neat indeed ;-)
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comment MapThread over sublists of different length
@MikeHoneychurch forgot about Count[#, 0] ;-)
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comment How to create an ImagePartition type-of-function that generates parts of different sizes
@ndroock1 Spacings option is for grid only. I thought you will omit Grid, because you need the list structure only. Nested grid structures are not really good things to have.
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answered How to create an ImagePartition type-of-function that generates parts of different sizes
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
@soodeh you are welcome ;-) if you find answer useful you can accept it by green check-mark under the vote-up number.
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
@soodeh I answered your update.
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
@soodeh see update
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
@soodeh try explaining your problem in detail in your question.
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
@SjoerdC.deVries good idea. something like that ?
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
Thanks @kguler - you're mind reader ;-)
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answered Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
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comment Image Processing: Isolating areas of an image with internal irregularity
@image_doctor haha indeed - all credit goes to him ;-)
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comment Incrementing a nested list element
+1 Nice find ;-)