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comment Artistic image vectorization
@Szabolcs - BTW, the word is search by image. There's a Firefox plug-in which I use almost daily.
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comment Artistic image vectorization
@Vitaliy - I love the first animation, +1. But when I try this with the given code I get a horizontal banded pattern (i.stack.imgur.com/RcGJS.gif), while yours is more random. What gives?
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accepted How can I tally continuous sequences in a list?
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asked How can I tally continuous sequences in a list?
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comment Mathematica doesn't read .mat file
@Szabolcs - No, I don't have MATLAB. I have Mathematica, and my pockets aren't that deep :-).
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comment Mathematica doesn't read .mat file
Thanks, Wizard, that's exactly what I got too. Seems PicoScope doesn't create valid MAT files. Have you ever successfully imported MAT files?
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comment Automatically zoom-out on ListPlot?
Should have added that I'm still on version 9 :-)
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comment Automatically zoom-out on ListPlot?
It seems the "Axes->False" isn't required; apparently the Frame parameter switches off axes automagically.
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comment Automatically zoom-out on ListPlot?
Fine, thanks. Not very much mathematica for the moment, and active in electronics, but not on stackexchange for the moment. Olin must have taken my #1 position long ago already :-)
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comment Automatically zoom-out on ListPlot?
Clever! Thanks a bunch. (I knew you would be here :-))
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comment Automatically zoom-out on ListPlot?
@kguler - I almost felt embarrassed that I didn't find that, but it doesn't do the trick: the points remain on the axes. Oddly, in the help file example it does exactly what I want. Thanks for your reply, anyway.
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