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comment Plotting a Forced Vibration Differential Equation
Although I provided an answer for quick help, I vote to close this as simple mistake.
May
21
comment Apply ColorFunction to an Image
No, I don't disagree and I always trusted your judgement on such things. Nevertheless, I sometimes feel like answering the specific question even if it get's closed because often there is at least some additional information because those answers are (in my case) written up from scratch. About (2): I don't think it is worth the work so I would keep them separated.
May
19
comment How to print unevaluated arguments in the form they were originally typed in?
@LLlAMnYP Uhh, yes. Didn't notice that. I guess just don't even look up function names anymore. I just write what I think should exist as a function :-)
May
19
comment Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
@vsht Please read here in the Plugin Chat
May
18
comment Intersection of a ListPlot3D surface with a plane
@Guesswhoitis. If this is the case then the problem is of course much easier.
May
18
comment How to print unevaluated arguments in the form they were originally typed in?
What if someone enters the 2^2 as real superscript? I guess it should be printed then as real superscript and this is the point where it becomes hard to achieve what you like. Anyway, first you can try ToString[Unevaluated[x], InputForm] but it will turn every fancy typesetting into usual code.
May
18
comment How to get Mathematica to abort the current evaluation if an assertion fails?
@kjo Thanks for accepting my answer, but in general you should give this some time. Remember, some users will probably visit the site later because they are sleeping now and surely there are several people having great ideas here. Accepting an answer too soon might discourage them to contribute.
May
18
comment Intersection of a ListPlot3D surface with a plane
@MarcoB I see. Finding and tracing the contours so that you get a (interpolating) function or a path of points is a different story. It can be done by extracting the points from a contour plot, but I'm not sure I would rely on this for a scientific project.
May
16
comment Anti-aliasing not working in Mathematica 10 and Linux
Yep, seems to be fixed.
May
16
comment Anti-aliasing not working in Mathematica 10 and Linux
@shrx In 10.1 this is fixed for me.
May
13
comment How to generate commands which are very similar?
@Marc I have used your example code and showed you, that the approach indeed works. Please have a look.
May
12
comment Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
@alancalvitti I meant to write it because I thought you might want a fallback rule if there isn't any #b in the association. You can just remove the part and adapt if like you want.
May
12
comment Plotting a function based of a complicated integral
@instantia Please see my answer. Your book contains an error.
May
12
comment Plotting a function based of a complicated integral
This looks odd because the desired graph seems to have a log-scale at the y-axis and the m=8 curve seems to contain the point {0.1, 3} which doesn't go along with your graph.
May
12
comment DiracDelta and version 10.0.0
@BobHanlon OK, then we leave the version information seems to be correct. Thanks for trying.
May
12
comment DiracDelta and version 10.0.0
Can someone with V10.0.1 or 10.0.2 confirm that the input is working correctly there? Please edit the version in the first part of the question if this is not the case.
May
12
comment Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
You really are trying to save time by abbreviating with w/ w/??
May
11
comment NMinimize works only if expression is pasted directly
Basically,even the first version of this question showed enough code to exactly reproduce the problem. This might be a question that has already been answered in different flavors on SE, but I think it is a valid question. Unfortunately, the moment I had written my answer, it was closed. Could someone at least mark this as exact duplicate and show the OP a solution? Or reopen it and I post a solution.
May
7
comment Dealing with functional equations
@LLlAMnYP This happens when you hack it down and then decide to give meaningful names for the answer :-) Thanks for noticing it, I fixed it.
May
4
comment Why doesn't Quantity accept a Dynamic expression as a second argument?
@Algohi It depends on how you define works, because when you try to add two quantities, the result is not what one expects: Dynamic[Quantity[Dynamic[b], "feet"] + Quantity[1, "meters"]] Now try the same with a version where you remove the inner Dynamic.