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Oct
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comment Solving system of differential equations using loops
I edited your code this time. Please learn how to format your post by following the links provided by @rhermans above. Thanks
Oct
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revised Solving system of differential equations using loops
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Oct
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comment Can degenerating Nicomachus' triangle down to $0$ area by using `Graph` be done?
"reduce the triangle to the number line" isn't clear enough for me. Could you explain further, please?
Oct
28
comment How to change an option's value for a specific object?
@kjo Graphs are very particular objects!
Oct
28
comment How to change an option's value for a specific object?
It's no wonder you couldn't find it easily. Graph functionality is a muddy terrain. There are a few superimposed ways to define graphs and the docs aren't clear at all.
Oct
28
answered How to change an option's value for a specific object?
Oct
28
comment ArrayPlot with variable width bars
I sat there for 15 seconds wondering why on Earth you reversed the data :)
Oct
28
revised How to hold axis constant with Animate
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Oct
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revised How to hold axis constant with Animate
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revised ArrayPlot with variable width bars
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Oct
28
answered Pare down list recursively
Oct
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revised ArrayPlot with variable width bars
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Oct
28
comment ArrayPlot with variable width bars
@Cam Yes, that will be much faster
Oct
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revised ArrayPlot with variable width bars
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Oct
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answered ArrayPlot with variable width bars
Oct
28
comment ArrayPlot with variable width bars
ArrayPlot[] doesn't have "bars" ... Could you draw a picture showing what you want?
Oct
28
comment How to shade the area bounded by more than 2 functions?
@Kuba Show[RegionPlot[Min[2, 2 - x] > y > x^2, {x, -2, 2}, {y, -1, 3}], Plot[{2 - x, x^2, 2}, {x, -3, 3}]]
Oct
28
comment How to shade the area bounded by more than 2 functions?
"some day" I'll have v10. +1 :)
Oct
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revised How to shade the area bounded by more than 2 functions?
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Oct
27
answered How to shade the area bounded by more than 2 functions?