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May
22
asked Interpolation and points of non-differentiability
May
14
accepted Output precision
May
11
comment Simulating a Stochastic Process within certain bounds
@rm-rf Thanks, I did know about the % command but with the ["path"] stuff following it, I figured %69 meant something else, especially since all this was early in the notebook.. but I also had other notebooks active.
May
11
comment Simulating a Stochastic Process within certain bounds
@rm-rf I have no clue what %69 even is. When I Shift Enter data2, MMA-9 prints: Temporaldata[1]. Then MMA-9 gives this window right below Temporaldata[1]. That window gave a drop down menu called properties which had path as an option. When I clicked on path, it ran the command %69["path"] and spat out the data. So I just re-used that command to catch that data. The documentation for % doesn't explain what it is so perhaps you can shed some light on it.
May
10
asked Simulating a Stochastic Process within certain bounds
May
9
asked Output precision
May
5
comment Saving and Reading data across computers
Chris: Thanks a lot for your answer!
May
5
accepted Saving and Reading data across computers
Apr
30
asked Saving and Reading data across computers
Apr
7
accepted Filling only when one curve is below the other
Apr
7
accepted How can one type a box with “x” marked?
Apr
4
comment How can one type a box with “x” marked?
Ok, that's really helpful. Learning Fishing! Thx. :)
Apr
4
comment How can one type a box with “x” marked?
@J.M. and belisarius sweet! thanks. For whatever reasons I could not locate that in the special characters palette.
Apr
4
asked How can one type a box with “x” marked?
Mar
6
comment Filling only when one curve is below the other
@belisarius sweet thanks!
Mar
6
asked Filling only when one curve is below the other
Dec
26
accepted How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
Dec
26
comment How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
Wooods Thanks a lot for your answer. I'm sorry I didn't respond sooner. This has given me a lot to work with. I have a lot of such expressions that I want to be able to express in different forms to cancel stuff out or to determine signs. Thanks.. I will write more when I have more questions. Thx
Dec
15
comment How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
@whuber I just added the example of what I meant. I need to think about how this would translate into a desirable criterion.
Dec
15
revised How can I express an algebraic expression as a product?
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