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Feb
27
comment Extracting and displaying data from GW150914 hdf5 files
No problem. Much more hdf5 info in Russels answer.
Feb
27
comment Make a list of large cities in Germany
Check that it is the latest version of Mathematica 10.3.1 . There was a bug regarding the connection to Wolfram Research Data center in earlier versions of 10.
Feb
21
suggested rejected edit on Extracting and displaying data from GW150914 hdf5 files
Feb
21
awarded  Yearling
Feb
21
answered Extracting and displaying data from GW150914 hdf5 files
Feb
21
comment Extracting and displaying data from GW150914 hdf5 files
Have you tried TemporalData?
Jan
10
accepted Histogram “PDF” - Workaround for chopped y axis
Jan
9
comment Histogram “PDF” - Workaround for chopped y axis
Thanks for the comments and Andy's answer. I see my mistake now
Jan
9
comment Histogram “PDF” - Workaround for chopped y axis
Maybe I misunderstand the comments. When I look at the PDF (Probability Density Diagram) on my computer and in the included diagram, the y value for e.g. 1 is 4, when it should be 0.4. Otherwise would the integral of the PDF be way bigger than 1.
Jan
9
asked Histogram “PDF” - Workaround for chopped y axis
Dec
10
comment Initializing FinancialData indices … never finishes
Great ref to the Stackoverflow question. Didn't know that was possible
Dec
8
accepted CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
Dec
8
comment Initializing FinancialData indices … never finishes
When this happens with my Wolfram Desktop Producer, I remove the "pacletSiteData_10.pmd2" file from C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\WolframDesktop\Paclets\Configuration Restart the computer, Wolfram recreates the file and then it works. Seems to be a bug that is related to initializing the system. Not only for FinancialData, also sometimes for other curated data
Nov
19
comment CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
Received answer from Wolfram that it is a bug. Developers notified, no workaround suggested. Perhaps the question should be about how to workaround the bug instead?
Oct
25
comment CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
ok, will do that
Oct
25
comment CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
@Pickett, should I tag it as a bug then?
Oct
24
comment CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
Might be a bug on the Import when executed in the Cloud, see community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/…
Oct
24
revised CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
clarified how to call alternative B
Oct
24
asked CloudDeploy - Import[x] issue
Jul
8
comment Graph, overlapping vertexlabels
Mathematica is excellent when building and analyzing graphs. However, the rendering is sometimes better done in other systems, e.g. Gephi that has support for adjusting the presentation of labels. Exporting the graphs to Gephi is straightforward using Export.