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Jul
20
comment Is there a nice way to display big nested tables?
I don't see any nesting in your table. It looks like a simple table of graphs with an ID and what appears to be an average value. Are you seriously planning to show each of these graphs to your audience without putting them to sleep?
Jun
21
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Jun
21
comment How convert list of numbers to list of points on x-axis?
You may easily combine Plot and NumberLinePlot. For example, Show[{ Plot[2 Sin[x] + x, {x, 0, 15}], NumberLinePlot[{2, 4, 7, 10, 13, 6}, Spacings -> 0]}]
Jun
21
revised How convert list of numbers to list of points on x-axis?
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Jun
20
answered How convert list of numbers to list of points on x-axis?
Jun
16
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May
31
comment Permuted Prime Numbers
FromDigits[Permutations[IntegerDigits[#]]] & /@ {113, 337, 199}
May
27
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May
20
comment InfiniteLine Woes
@MarcoB, That's just what tripped me up. And I was in an unusual hurry too.
May
20
comment InfiniteLine Woes
Thanks. The syntax even matches that of Line. I'm surprised I didn't try it.
May
20
comment InfiniteLine Woes
What about this? (from the documentation) Graphics[InfiniteLine[{0, 0}, {1, 1}], Frame -> True]
May
20
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Apr
23
comment Reconstruction of interrupted paths in images
ImageCorners reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/ImageCorners.html may be useful for step 1.
Mar
7
comment Pull out scaling factor from a denominator
Algohi, That seems to be a general solution to the problem.
Mar
7
revised VertexLabels, EdgeLabels and the direction of the arrows on a directed graph
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Mar
7
comment Pull out scaling factor from a denominator
Algohi, try ((2 + x)/7)[[2]]
Mar
7
comment VertexLabels, EdgeLabels and the direction of the arrows on a directed graph
You should be able to find solutions to all of your problems by consulting the documentation. See GraphicsGrid,VertexCoordinates, EdgeStyle, etc...
Mar
1
comment Font presentation difference between version 9 and version 10
Looks fine on my MacBook with Mathematica v. 10.0.2 The font is heavier than your upper image, but far smoother than your lower image. Shouldn't Georgia be a serif font? Your lower image is sans serif.
Feb
25
comment Dynamically Update both a HorizontalGauge range and the value
This seems to offer more general solution (which is great because I want to add additional scales), but the lower marker sometimes jambs, sitting immobile while the upper marker is being dragged.
Feb
25
revised Dynamically Update both a HorizontalGauge range and the value
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