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reviewed Leave Open Adding list of list to a list
Dec
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reviewed Close How to prevent simplification?
Dec
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comment How to prevent simplification?
possible duplicate of TeXForm without simplification
Dec
31
reviewed Close Position from 3 dimensional acceleration data?
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awarded  Guru
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reviewed Close How to specify x axis values in the ListPlot[]
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comment Moving polygon on path curve to create 3D shape
@Rahul not sure - most answers (also the accepted answer) deal with circular tubes...
Dec
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comment Font rendering difference between .jpg & .pdf
@Mr.Wizard I´d say yes (probably takes a mod to close here, as the other question does not have an answer as well).
Dec
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reviewed Looks OK I want to calculate the equation in terms of the lambda
Dec
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comment Moving polygon on path curve to create 3D shape
To the closers: not sure if this is a duplicate, since the mentioned question does not explicitly ask for arbitrary cross-section for the loft (although this answer adresses the issue).
Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Moving polygon on path curve to create 3D shape
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Font rendering difference between .jpg & .pdf
Joseph, for reproduction and documentation purposes I find Export much more convenient (depending on how repetitive a given task is). Plus, you have full control over the options.
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comment Font rendering difference between .jpg & .pdf
Related (essentially a dupe, but no answer): mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/68893/131
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comment Font rendering difference between .jpg & .pdf
Confirmed for 10.0.2 on Win7 64. It does work with Export["x.pdf"] though.
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comment Visualizing the Gradient Vector
Seems like you got everything in place already. gr2 contains all neccessary information.
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awarded  Deputy
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reviewed Leave Closed Create a function which gets a function and a x as argument and returns the y
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awarded  graphics
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comment Rendering thousands of points
@MichaelE2 yep, sometimes very useful for huge expressions. I think I read a post (mathgroup?) a few years ago which explained that this was due to reduced kernel-frontend communication or some such. Again, no explicit mention in the docs on the performance thing.