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comment Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions
Hey rm-rf, thanks for your answer. I tried working with it and it worked. I'll posted the working verison below in the question. The trick was to index the data and calculate a fresh interpolation inside the Manipulate, as opposed to indexing the interpolation function.
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comment Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions
Thanks, I'll post data in a sec and also try your method. The problem with me is that my interpolating functions look like ifun[gamma][x] where gamma $\in \{1,100\}$. I'll post a MWE in a few minutes.
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comment FindRoot on a 2D list of Equations
@MarkMcClure oh wow. MapThread does exactly what I wanted. Thanks a lot.
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comment FindRoot on a 2D list of Equations
@belisarius ... I wonder what's the over/under on a 100k views on this post.
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comment FindRoot on a 2D list of Equations
@J.M. It works either way.
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comment FindRoot on a 2D list of Equations
@belisarius lol..
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comment xkcd-style graphs
@FredrikD I tweeted the link to him.
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comment FindRoot inside Table
can you please tell me how to extend this command eqs = (# == 0) & /@ (rhs/scale); to the case where rhs/scale is a 2 dimensional list. Thanks. If rhs/scale = {{y,y1},{z,z1}} then right now I am getting {{y,y1}==0,{z,z1}==0} but I would like to get {{y==0,y1==0},{z==0,z1==0}}. Thanks.
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comment xkcd-style graphs
Fantastic answer Simon. The Fonts look amazing!