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comment How to Plot the PDF of Product of two Normals
I simply integrated the expression the OP presented.
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comment Printing problem in our campus lab
One possible workaround would be to print (or save) to pdf and then print the pdf from acrobat (or other pdf reader).
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answered Coloured image transformation in pointillism
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comment Evaluating a derivative at a specific point
Most likely your problem is with the exact snytax you are using to define the functions. Can you edit your post to show the code for your function phi?
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comment Coloring image components according to their area
I believe I've fixed the "direction" of the colors.
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answered Coloring image components according to their area
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comment Image analysis: Gravel Sieve
In fact, the largest segment is the coin, which has area 47949 pixels (it's the first element of areas).
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comment Image analysis: Gravel Sieve
thanks to @belisarius for the log histogram... that looks more like the plot the OP was expecting!
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answered When are sparse arrays effective?
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comment Scraping High-Res images from the MoMA and the Van Gogh Museum websites
I've edited the Cases command and it works now. I changed it to: {"x" -> x_, "y" -> y_, "url" -> u_} whereas it had been {"url" -> u_, "x" -> x_, "y" -> y_}. Somhow in v. 10 the order of the arguments is crucial whereas it appears not to be crucial in v. 9. (Unless, of course, I've accidently broken in in v. 9)