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reviewed Close Individual ColorFunction with RGBColor
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reviewed Leave Open ContourPlot of an ImplicitRegion defined by the intersecton of equality and inequality
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comment Reshaping associations, generalization of GroupBy
Yes, it does. Thanks.
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comment Reshaping associations, generalization of GroupBy
I think that the associations in the source data introduce complexities that differentiate this question from the former one. For example, care must be taken to deal with groups with single entries (e.g. try changing the type of the first entry from "a" to "z"). Also, I got the impression that it was important to be able to specify the grouping keys explicitly rather than implicitly assuming that the data is to be grouped by the two left-most keys appearing in a fixed order in every entry. Neither of these issues arise in the other question.
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revised Why is a longer pattern matched rather than a short pattern?
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comment Why is a longer pattern matched rather than a short pattern?
+1 This analysis is correct for ReplaceList which only visits the outermost level. ReplaceAll descends into subparts, so for it there are three valid possibilities (p[a.b, c.d], p[a, b.c.d] . b, a . p[b, c.d.a]). Only one (the first, being the "outermost leftmost") is returned because these possibilities overlap and ReplaceAll only visits any given part once.
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