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comment Graphics plot of point using unfilled circle
@BrianB You are absolutely right. I hadn't noticed this. With Offset this can be corrected but the workaround will likely depend on the font size being used. See update.
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revised Graphics plot of point using unfilled circle
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Nov
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revised How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
Version 9 addendum
Nov
29
comment Implementing CGS unit system in Mathematica 9
I see. Well, looks like I should read up on CGS.
Nov
29
comment Implementing CGS unit system in Mathematica 9
Ok, but how about UnitConvert[Quantity[1, "Coulombs"], Times["Amperes", "Seconds"]]?
Nov
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answered Implementing CGS unit system in Mathematica 9
Nov
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comment Implementing CGS unit system in Mathematica 9
Have you looked at ``UnitConvert`? reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/UnitConvert.html
Nov
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revised Implementing CGS unit system in Mathematica 9
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Nov
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revised How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
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revised How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
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Nov
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revised How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
new approach streamlined
Nov
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revised How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
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Nov
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comment Comparing two symbolic expressions
A couple of pics: Plot[{(n - 1) + 2 (n - 1) Log2[n], n (n - 1)/2}, {n, -.2, 1.5}, GridLines -> {{0.814262, 1}, {}}]; Plot[{(n - 1) + 2 (n - 1) Log2[n], n (n - 1)/2}, {n, -.2, 20}, GridLines -> {{0.814262, 1, 18.9981}, {}}]
Nov
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answered How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
Nov
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revised How can I type left (sub)superscript?
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Nov
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revised How can I type left (sub)superscript?
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Nov
22
answered How can I type left (sub)superscript?
Nov
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comment How do I switch between dashed and undashed styles in ParametricPlot?
I misunderstood the aim of your question. Unfortunately, I do not know how to solve this without using more than one ParametricPlot.
Nov
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comment Constructing election cartograms?
I found this non-technical description of cartograms intriguing. sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/publications/2006/worldmapper_ieee.pdf The worldmapper website also has quite a few examples of their usage: worldmapper.org/data.html
Nov
9
comment Constructing election cartograms?
+1 A very substantial and worthy project to carry out in Mathematica. Especially if one could link up the curated data to curated maps. Not an easy matter to implement well.