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Mar
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reviewed Close NDSolve printing error message NDSolve::ndode
Mar
1
comment Proper arguments to ListPlot?
Glad it helped! I voted to close, but that is nothing personal... let's see what the community decides.
Mar
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comment Proper arguments to ListPlot?
Your data has an incompatible format for ListPlot. Try e.g. Flatten/@data.
Feb
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reviewed Close Issues with Arrow and Graphics3D
Feb
27
comment Low CPU usage. How to increase it? Should I?
Maybe a duplicate of mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/72259/131. You could supply more info on your system and the actual code you use, but the explanation is probably the same.
Feb
24
comment I know the lower limit of an integration as well as the integral. How to find the upper limit of the integration?
You can take a look at Quiet if you have faith in the solution.
Feb
23
comment Random geometrical graph generation
If all you need is to remove the Manipulate around the solution of the linked question and change the color, then I would consider this question a duplicate - perhaps you can distinguish your question somewhat more?
Feb
23
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Feb
23
comment How can I make an animated demonstration of the Wigner semicircle distribution?
Please edit your question to reflect that. Also, if you show what you already tried, you might get more answers.
Feb
23
comment How can I make an animated demonstration of the Wigner semicircle distribution?
What is the question? Please elaborate.
Feb
22
reviewed Close How do I plot lat/long points in the Atlantic Ocean?
Feb
19
comment Problems with the plot of a function.
@Mr.Wizard incredible, no recollection whatsoever :D
Feb
19
comment Problems with the plot of a function.
@Mr.Wizard what about this one: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/34365/131
Feb
19
comment Problems with the plot of a function.
@Mr.Wizard super - will take a look asap.
Feb
19
comment Problems with the plot of a function.
@Mr.Wizard it is a simple mistake, but one that might occur frequently (and I was stumped belisarius did not catch it immediately). Not sure about closure, but perhaps there is a suitable duplicate around somewhere?
Feb
19
comment Is there a function that filter positive values x = f(x), and return zero for all negative values?
Welcome! You wantClip.
Feb
19
answered Problems with the plot of a function.
Feb
19
comment Problems with the plot of a function.
The problem are imaginary residuals. You need to Chop your function, then everything is fine.
Feb
19
answered Export a Pyramid to VRML format
Feb
18
reviewed Reviewed How to filter my signal?