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comment Some parts of curves are being cut off by the frame in my multiple curve plot
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Nov
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comment Some parts of curves are being cut off by the frame in my multiple curve plot
@Yaya "Slos"? I guess you mean "sols". It doesn't matter. Just do sols = {sol7, sol8, ..., sol12} and then use my last two lines.
Nov
15
comment Pairwise similarity comparison
How many distinct integers are there in total?
Nov
15
comment Polynomial with alternating sign coefficients from the odd degree terms of a Truncated Power Series
Hey! That's cheating! You know maths!
Nov
15
revised Polynomial with alternating sign coefficients from the odd degree terms of a Truncated Power Series
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revised Polynomial with alternating sign coefficients from the odd degree terms of a Truncated Power Series
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Nov
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answered Polynomial with alternating sign coefficients from the odd degree terms of a Truncated Power Series
Nov
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revised Some parts of curves are being cut off by the frame in my multiple curve plot
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Nov
15
comment Creating an orrery
@TylerDurden OK. I've forgotten that question. You're right.
Nov
15
answered Some parts of curves are being cut off by the frame in my multiple curve plot
Nov
14
comment Why are the edge items in Grid truncated?
@raxacoricofallapatorius So one == two. You're working modulo zero.
Nov
14
comment Why are the edge items in Grid truncated?
@Kuba Please define "one"
Nov
14
comment Turning off black lines appearing in plots from the ContourPlot function
Thinking again, perhaps you want something like DensityPlot[Sin[6.5 x], {x, 0, 2 Pi}, {y, -1, 1}, PlotPoints -> 50]
Nov
14
comment Turning off black lines appearing in plots from the ContourPlot function
ContourPlot[Sin[6.5 x], {x, 0, 2 Pi}, {y, -1, 1}, ContourStyle -> None]
Nov
14
comment Can I use 'ItemStyle' in 'Grid' to specify the style of individual items?
@raxacoricofallapatorius They are the formats for whole row and columns. Try Grid[Table[x, {4}, {7}], ItemStyle -> {{Automatic, Green}, {Red}, {4, 7} -> {Blue, "Subsection"}}]
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revised Can I use 'ItemStyle' in 'Grid' to specify the style of individual items?
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answered Extracting the body of a function
Nov
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comment Extracting the body of a function
No, it returns expression1 t, at least in Mathematica v9.
Nov
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comment Extracting the body of a function
g = Function[{t}, expression1 t]; Module[{t}, g[[2]]]
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revised Extracting the body of a function
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