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I'm a historian who also happens to tinker around in code for my research. My interests involve textual analysis, web scraping, and the like.


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accepted GIF file breaking Import
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comment GIF file breaking Import
One workaround is to just run a bash script - for a in *.gif;do echo $a && convert $a $a.jpg; done - which converts the GIFs to JPGs and Mathematica imports them fine. But ideally there's be a native solution? Perhaps this question is far too specific.. :)
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asked GIF file breaking Import
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revised Exporting XML Data
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answered Exporting XML Data
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comment Exporting XML Data
@rcollyer Thanks. I've been struggling with this documentation all morning. I'll stick with it and hopefully figure it out, following your instructions. It's appreciated.
Aug
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comment Exporting XML Data
@rcollyer I have. I can generate XML files, but my internal brackets get replaced so I get code like this: ` <String>&lt;title&gt;ometz.ca/event/abiletes-dentrevue-1-678/?langID=1&lt;/…;`
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asked Exporting XML Data
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Jan
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comment How can I improve Mathematica's resolution on a macbook retina display?
@Szabolcs I've started using it again with v9, since this has jogged my memory, and no issues whatsoever after using it pretty intensively over the last few days (lots of graphics & a presentation). v8 broke my find dialogues and occasionally documentation.
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comment How can I improve Mathematica's resolution on a macbook retina display?
@M.R. No unchecking or checking that box needed...