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 May 29 comment Frequency of punctuation characters used in Mathematica languages I guess that strongly depends on your programming style (i.e. f[x] vs. f@x vs x // f ,or the improbable x~f~Sequence[ ], {a, b} vs. List[a, b]etc). So you first need your codebase May 29 revised Interpolation curve no need for the dg function May 29 revised Interpolation curve no need for the dg function May 29 revised Interpolation curve added 33 characters in body May 29 answered Interpolation curve May 29 comment Interpolation curve Also, a curve is a one-dimensional variety (mostly) so for example the reason of using two parameters to describe it should be stated May 29 comment Interpolation curve This is your third or so question about the same problem and I believe your main issue is clarity. Think a little further about the math and the function definitions and try to make them easier to understand (for you and others). Just as an example, you don't need two Normalize[ ]s on the v[s_] definition. May 29 reviewed Leave Open Problem About TimelinePlot May 29 revised adaptive histogram equalization edited tags May 28 comment Is there any way to pull interest rates, or an interest rate curve, with FinancialData[]? WAlpha perhaps May 28 revised Derivative of Continuous and Differentiable Piecewise function is indeterminate added 497 characters in body May 28 revised Derivative of Continuous and Differentiable Piecewise function is indeterminate added 34 characters in body May 28 revised Derivative of Continuous and Differentiable Piecewise function is indeterminate added 9 characters in body May 28 answered Derivative of Continuous and Differentiable Piecewise function is indeterminate May 28 revised Managing Exclusions in Plot[ ] edited title May 28 awarded Nice Question May 25 reviewed Close Setting up two ordinary differential equations May 25 reviewed Close Manipulate - 3 sliders for a list of 3 elements May 24 reviewed Close ListPlot the results of FindMaximum May 24 reviewed Leave Open NIntegrate and Sum give different results in summing functions