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 Apr 22 comment Create colour with given lightness value You might be interested in this research. Apr 18 awarded Nice Answer Apr 5 awarded Necromancer Apr 1 awarded Nice Question Apr 1 comment Can I plot the solution to an ODE without using dsolve? Try using Fourier series to represent the formal solution. Mar 30 awarded Good Answer Mar 27 comment How to deal with the condition $u_i=u_{i+1}$ in B-Spline basis function? @ShutaoTANG I'm recently interested in using Bezier triangular patch as a universal surface approximating tool. It would be really nice to hear your advice. Mar 27 comment How to deal with the condition $u_i=u_{i+1}$ in B-Spline basis function? I guess you might be interested in this book: Curves and Surfaces for CAGD - A Practical Guide by Gerald Farin. Mar 24 revised BSplineFunction derivatives wrong if using weights? deleted 2 characters in body Mar 24 comment Predict expand training data What you are looking for is online learning. Mar 22 awarded Nice Answer Mar 17 comment How to change NeuralNetwork options? Setting "L2Regularization" seems to hang the kernel in 10.4, has the option been changed? Mar 17 comment Handling Kernel start. What is a full initialization stack and what place the Autoload has there? If you're using Windows, you might want to take a look at Process Monitor. Mar 17 comment Undocumented form for FilledCurve[] +1. I edited @Heike 's answer before seeing yours. Mar 17 comment Undocumented form for FilledCurve[] Thanks to your wonderful answer! And I edited conversion so it can handle characters like \[WeierstrassP]. Hope you don't mind! Mar 17 revised Undocumented form for FilledCurve[] Edited conversion to handle FilledCurve with multiple outlines, e.g. \[WeierstrassP]. Mar 12 comment What is a printer's point? @Kuba I guess Mathematica detected the resolution correctly but doesn't really use it in most place. And for the last question, if you are on Windows 8+ and can live with the system-wise non-standard scaling level, you don't have to change anything in Mathematica. (But if it were me, I won't do this. I can live with small font, happy to have pt = px, but never want a blurred desktop especially when I wear my glasses.) Mar 12 answered What is a printer's point? Mar 12 comment How to turn off depth sorting of 3D curves for Manipulate? Regarding "Mathematica has to calculate lots of useless depth sorting", I think the calculation is not done by Mathematica, but forwarded to OpenGL or DirectX engine of the host OS. Mar 12 comment What is a printer's point? Regarding "assume that the base unit in FrontEnd is pixel", I think that is what I'm always doing. As I never really printed out a notebook, I guess that's why I never found any inconsistency. :)