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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.
Dec
10
comment Initializing FinancialData indices … never finishes
Great ref to the Stackoverflow question. Didn't know that was possible
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/…
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.
Jul
30
comment What is the relationship between Mathematica and Wolfram Desktop?
@murray Wolfram Desktop does not at this beta stage seem to be a superset of Mathematica 10. E.g. ParallelMap is not supported (based on dialogue w support). Also, supporting local files, unit testing etc seems to be some time away. Hope that this only is temporary since the whole concept seems to be good.
Mar
21
comment Getting cdf content from nice Wolfram info graphic
I have mailed and asked for the code, then the support mailed it. Don't know if this is true for this example, though.
Mar
17
comment Counting Events in a moving date range
@rasher No hurry.
Mar
17
comment Counting Events in a moving date range
@rasher I would need a more precise hint :-) If I understand your hint it would be to change the list to a SparseArray (w Absolute times) and then e.g. use the approach in Woulers answer.
Mar
16
comment Counting Events in a moving date range
Great! The constants in the index part of the Table has to do with the time window and the number of days from October 1 to "now", right?
Mar
16
comment Counting Events in a moving date range
Good point! The list dvHITS is the date and the time for "High Intensity Training" events. My goal is to have 12 of these for the last 28 days, for every day.
Feb
12
comment Arithmetic operations on columns
Perhaps you can start with experimenting with deconstructing the ListLogPlot[..], e.g. to see what Transpose, the /@ (see Map) and the [[..]] function does (see Part).
Jan
3
comment Want explanation of when different looping constructs are appropriate
Check out this question, mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/7924/… Should cover most of the cases.
Dec
2
comment VertexList ordering of a simple graph
perhaps you can be more specific on f[]? Or is it a Sort of the vertexes?
Nov
19
comment Specifying parts from lists for plotting using Show
ListPlot supports plotting of multiple lists, as image_doctor points out, see reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/ListPlot.html, so plotting of your reference data works fine.
Oct
18
comment Change variables in differential expressions
Perhaps you can improve the answer by actually applying the solution to the example in the OP, e.g. n[r](3 r..)?