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Jun
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
31
comment Permuted Prime Numbers
FromDigits[Permutations[IntegerDigits[#]]] & /@ {113, 337, 199}
May
27
awarded  Popular Question
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
asked InfiniteLine Woes
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
deleted 17 characters in body
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
added 2995 characters in body
Feb
25
asked Dynamically Update both a HorizontalGauge range and the value
Feb
22
accepted Fine precision control in IntervalSlider
Feb
22
comment Fine precision control in IntervalSlider
Basically, I want students to be able to explore a number line by zooming in or out at will. I plan to have multiple Horizontal Gauges on display at once. But I am still thinking about the functionality, the operations I want students to be able to apply.
Feb
21
comment Fine precision control in IntervalSlider
Good point. I hadn't tried adjusting the interval size!
Feb
21
asked Fine precision control in IntervalSlider