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I'm interested in data visualization, image processing, ODE/PDE, natural language processing, etc.

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answered Disable templates for user defined functions with usages
Dec
12
comment How to work with characters from CJK Unified Ideographs Extension B correctly?
@JohnFultz Thanks for the clarification! At least things are getting better. :)
Dec
3
comment How do you create such an animated GIF via Mathematica?
@LCFactorization Hey there, if you're interested, you can drop me an email(please see my profile for addr) for more discussions!
Dec
3
comment Wind Map Artwork
@alancalvitti My apologize. Don't know why, but fetching the online data always time-out here, so I only showed the basic idea.
Dec
2
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
2
comment How do you create such an animated GIF via Mathematica?
@LCFactorization I mean you might want to include a description (even better with some code) on what you have tried in solving the problem in Mathematica, so instead of accomplishing your work from scratch, people can see the specific point where you are stuck in, so they might have a better chance giving more specific and effective answers. That would fit more in the spirit of the site, also more polite for people who are reading and trying to answer your questions. :)
Dec
1
revised Boundary value problem: complicated functionals
added 149 characters in body
Dec
1
reviewed Close Define and plot a piecewise function with parameters
Dec
1
comment Exporting of Animated gif from polar plot
@bigli It's not exotic at all... just normal differential geometry -- Basically, the so-called natural parameterization walks along the curve with speed proportionally to arc-length $s$, so will force Plot using equally distributed sampled points. (But yes, this effect may not be what you required.) The second benefit of my method would be only invoking Plot once, which is more efficient. Also, I would like to point out the "DisplayDurations" option of GIF export, in case it might be handy for you.
Dec
1
answered Exporting of Animated gif from polar plot
Nov
30
revised Wind Map Artwork
added 539 characters in body
Nov
30
comment Wind Map Artwork
@KennyColnago Great! Much more efficient! (Didn't realize that Line can have VertexColors too..)
Nov
30
comment How do you create such an animated GIF via Mathematica?
As @Chenminqi answered, it is possible. But before anyone actually show you the ways, it would be better you show the effort you have made. So what have you tried?
Nov
30
revised Wind Map Artwork
edited tags
Nov
30
answered Wind Map Artwork
Nov
30
comment Wind Map Artwork
Related Q/A: (15895).
Nov
29
comment What is the correct way to break a long expression across multiple lines?
I think in cases of most (if not all) infix operators, linkbreak should only happen after the operator. (+1)
Nov
29
comment How to find all the local minima/maxima in a range
@Pincopallino No problem! But I should add a warning that this method will work only where the points are differentiable.
Nov
29
awarded  Good Answer