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Aug
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accepted How are p-values in fittings estimated?
Aug
12
revised Plot negative and positive logarithms?
added comment to make clear that answer doesn't address one of the main issues and to let me change my downvote to an upvote.
Aug
12
revised Plot negative and positive logarithms?
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Aug
12
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Aug
12
comment Plot negative and positive logarithms?
@MartinJohnHadley still, your code is neat and taught me something, but I cant remove the downvote... :(
Aug
12
comment Plot negative and positive logarithms?
Also, sorry for the downvote, I really just wanted to cancel my upvote. I'll upvote as soon as you address this issue! Thanks
Aug
12
comment Plot negative and positive logarithms?
I may misunderstanding, but the problem with this approach is that you cannot distinguish between positive and negative numbers can you? for instance, in mylist1 bb is negative whereas cc is positive, and yet they both show up very close to each other
Aug
12
revised Plot negative and positive logarithms?
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Aug
12
reviewed No Action Needed 1/x integration giving 0 instead of infinity
Aug
12
asked Plot negative and positive logarithms?
Aug
5
accepted Labeling columns in grouped charts separately
Aug
5
comment Labeling columns in grouped charts separately
I'm taking this as the main answer because I feel like the labeling function is a bit more open to different datasets than David's. Still, both accomplish the result perfectly and I would select both answers if I could.
Aug
1
asked Labeling columns in grouped charts separately
Jul
31
asked How are p-values in fittings estimated?
Jul
31
accepted Deleting empty cells and selecting cells matching a pattern
Jul
31
accepted Parallel and non-Parallel functions return different results?
Jul
10
comment How can you link Parallel Mapping and Error tracking
(sorry for the messy comment. but you can see that ´iteration,...=,0´, similarly to the code above.) Maybe you'd like to post this as an answer?
Jul
10
comment How can you link Parallel Mapping and Error tracking
Indeed, it works, but it isn't as pretty as the one above (ofc, this isn't a problem): ´ParallelProtectedPacketHandler::default: Unhandled packet MessagePacket[Power,infy,...iteration",TagBox[<<2>>],"=",0,... {GrayLevel[0], RectangleBox[{0, -1}, {2, 1}]}}, AspectRatio->1, Frame->True, FrameStyle->GrayLevel[0.], FrameTicks->None, ImageSize->{Automatic, 10.8}, PlotRangePadding->None]),StripOnInput->False],RowBox[{StyleBox[RowBox[<<1>>],Me‌​ssageName],: ,"Infinite expression \!(1\/0) encountered."}]}],StandardForm]] received and discarded from KernelObject[2,local].´
Jul
9
comment How can you link Parallel Mapping and Error tracking
I guess not, no. Sorry if it stayed here for too long. Should I close it?
Jun
24
comment Parallel and non-Parallel functions return different results?
I see, thanks! +1