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comment SciDraw error loading package
I also had multiple errors when loading the package which were caused by an old CustomTicks or LevelScheme .m package file that was stil sitting in one of the Applications folders.
Feb
20
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Feb
17
revised Plotting intensity field function of albedo and optical depth using Fast Spherical Harmonics on radiative transfer
typo in my name :)
Feb
17
answered Plotting intensity field function of albedo and optical depth using Fast Spherical Harmonics on radiative transfer
Feb
1
comment BarLegend with two different scales (ticks&labels)
That's neat. Thank you!
Feb
1
answered BarLegend with two different scales (ticks&labels)
Jan
27
comment BarLegend with two different scales (ticks&labels)
@Mr.Wizard I was hoping that the 'new' PlotLegends functionality would allow for some easy implementation (given the huge number of undocumented Charting`* functions. I also will need to combine this plot with others I already did using PlotLegends and I would like to keep the same style.
Jan
27
asked BarLegend with two different scales (ticks&labels)
Jan
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
30
comment Removing background from peak function
@paw +1 for poiniting that out. Apparently they sneaked in this function in 10.0 - never noticed....
Oct
30
answered Removing background from peak function
Oct
13
awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
comment Place cells side-by-side
Take a look at the slide show template, there is a slide with tow side-by-side cells.
Sep
21
comment Linear interpolation of elements in a list to generate new list
This is not exactly what you want, but do you know ArrayResample? Try: ArrayResample[{a,b,c},5]
May
8
accepted Accessing Coordinates of Astronomical Data, e.g. Declination of all Galaxies
May
8
comment Accessing Coordinates of Astronomical Data, e.g. Declination of all Galaxies
Great, thanks! One small correction though, you have to use "degrees" instead of "Degrees". A pity the AstronomicalData behaves somehwat unpredictable.