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comment how to deal with so many digits in plot ticks
@matheorem Yes I would go for PinguinDirk's answer. Perhaps you can automate it if your plots are all more or less similar.
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comment Raspberry Pi GPIO operations with Mathematica
@Szabolcs that's great find. When I search on "new 2013" I get a huge list of new functions!
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comment Formatting results of a polynomial long division
@TomDeVries Hi Tom, At the end the output is build with frames and boxes etc which is documented very well. If you use the output as input with //FullForm you can see how the output is constructed. Then you can also modify it but this does generate a second processing layer. I don't know the syntax to do it within the wolfram alpha command.
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comment Formatting results of a polynomial long division
@TomDeVries Hi Tom, actually its very simple. I'll edit the answer to show you how.
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answered Formatting results of a polynomial long division
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comment Forcing optimal solution for FindShortestTour
@Aerus Perhaps you should post you code?
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answered find the number of integral solutions a+b+c+d+e+f = 18
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answered Converting polygon to graph in V7
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comment Creating ordered triplets from an Excel sheet
Very nice and straight forward!
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answered Creating ordered triplets from an Excel sheet
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comment How to create a planar graph from a set of random points
@sjdh You basically want to be able to draw a planar graph with the new Graph objects instead of the old graph methods used in Mathematica 7?
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comment Travelling salesman with start and end points for 30 points
Lauske Thanks for the edit. I learned alot and it seems more and more that Java and Mathematica form a very great couple indeed. Impressive.