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May
18
accepted Determine types of input, output and internal variables in compiled functions
May
18
accepted Export to text file
May
18
asked Marginal distribution with weight
Apr
23
revised Plot contours for 3d histograms
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Apr
22
accepted Plot contours for 3d histograms
Apr
22
comment Plot contours for 3d histograms
Works. Why don't you edit your answer?
Apr
22
comment Plot contours for 3d histograms
This is the correct direction, however I do need only two contour lines and I need it smoothed (see my recent edit to the question).
Apr
22
revised Plot contours for 3d histograms
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Apr
22
comment Plot contours for 3d histograms
As I said this has been a wrong phrasing. I want a contour line of a probability distribution corresponding to a smoothed histogram. I could as well ask how do I isolate a single contour from SmoothDensityHistogram (I don't want the smooth function itself) and combine it with other such contours corresponding to different histograms.
Apr
22
comment Plot contours for 3d histograms
Let's put it this way: The histogram gets me an integer value (count) for each of a finite number of 2-dimensional bins. I then apply a (to be defined) smoothing algorithm which gives a smooth function f(x,y) of two variables (I could turn it into a probability distribution function by normalization). I want to plot a specific contour line which satisfies f(x,y)=const. As I mentioned this this would be a contour line in a SmoothDensityHistogram[] plot.
Apr
22
revised Plot contours for 3d histograms
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Apr
22
comment Plot contours for 3d histograms
Sorry, wrong phrasing! It should plot a maximum likelihood contour rather than that, i.e. one within which the probability has a given value or more. Of course there can be a set of disconnected such contours and, of course, it won't be unique either because it will depend on the smoothing.
Apr
22
asked Plot contours for 3d histograms
Apr
15
accepted Trouble with ToString and StringForm
Apr
12
comment Trouble with ToString and StringForm
Yes, I could. However, I would need to wrap every single number in my outputs with ToString then.
Apr
12
comment Trouble with ToString and StringForm
InputForm[ ToString@StringForm["SomeText=`` as well as OtherText=``.", 2.0*10^(-15), "textB"]] would however result in " -15\nSomeText=2. 10 as well as OtherText=textB." which is also not what I want. It should become "SomeText=2. 10^-15 as well as OtherText=textB." or similar.
Apr
12
asked Trouble with ToString and StringForm
Feb
21
accepted Convert C program using mathlink to WSTP
Feb
21
revised Using mathlink/WSTP with fortran
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Feb
16
asked Using mathlink/WSTP with fortran