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10
revised Visualizing Line Integrals
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Nov
10
answered Visualizing Line Integrals
Nov
10
revised Different results for NIntegrate for the same function using cartesian and polar coordinates
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Nov
10
comment Visualizing Line Integrals
Please try something. At least, write down your equations in Mathematica syntax.
Nov
10
answered List Density Plot
Nov
10
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Nov
10
revised Challenge — Defining an ORIGINAL second derivative function?
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Nov
10
revised integral with Re[] function, need help
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Nov
9
answered Different results for NIntegrate for the same function using cartesian and polar coordinates
Nov
9
comment Draw an arbitrary convex polyhedron without excess diagonals drawn
@Anixx No way to test it here. Still on v9
Nov
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Nov
8
comment Plotting in Elliptical coordinate system
What does it mean " This will defeat the purpose"? What is the "purpose"?
Nov
8
comment ListPlot with conditions Part II
Could you please post what you would consider a "right" coloring of the last picture?
Nov
8
answered BSpline or other curve through arbitrary ordered sequence of two-dimensional points
Nov
7
answered RegionFunction generalized to plot a different colour/style for the largest expression
Nov
7
comment Graphs Plotting Discontinuous
@MarkMcClure Thanks, answer updated. Please see the last paragraph
Nov
7
revised Graphs Plotting Discontinuous
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Nov
7
comment Graphs Plotting Discontinuous
@MarkMcClure b[k_?NumericQ] := Eigenvalues[H /. ka -> k]; Plot[Quiet@Table[b[ka][[i]], {i, 6}], {(ka), -0.8, 0.8}, Evaluated -> True]
Nov
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comment Combination of interpolations doesn't work?
@gpap That's why I didn't post an answer :=)
Nov
7
comment Combination of interpolations doesn't work?
f = Interpolation[Table[{x, Sin@x}, {x, 0, 2 Pi, 2 Pi/100}]];g[x_] := f'[x]/f[x]; Plot[{f@x, g[x]}, {x, 0, 2 Pi}]