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 Dec 30 comment RGB numbers for pastel colordata @Mr.Wizard and others. My question is answered exactly in the "Sunset Colors" link but fwiw I found Belisarius' and PlatoManiac's answers more helpful than Simon Woods' answer to the "Sunset Colors" question. Dec 30 comment RGB numbers for pastel colordata Thanks Belisarius, that's very convenient form an implementation point of view. I will probably use your method in the end. Dec 30 comment RGB numbers for pastel colordata Thanks PlatoManiac! Dec 26 comment DateListPlot show all the dates in ticks Thanks! That works. Can you please tell me what you've done to select or sample from the large data that you had.. the [[1;;-1;;10]] command. Aug 30 comment How to see a long output expression Thanks David! That helps a lot. It is difficult, maybe unfeasible, to make sense by eyeballing some of the expressions I have. Jun 22 comment Mesh inside Plot legend Sorry I vanished for two weeks. Thanks a lot for your solution! Jun 5 comment Mesh inside Plot legend I don't have MMA9 at school but I do have it at home so I will write back in 6-7 hours. Thanks. Jun 5 comment Mesh inside Plot legend I'm sorry for the gaps in the code. I always get careless like this. I'll go over your code now. May 22 comment Interpolation and points of non-differentiability @RahulNarain and J.M. great thanks! 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 5 comment Saving and Reading data across computers Chris: Thanks a lot for your answer! 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. Mar 6 comment Filling only when one curve is below the other @belisarius sweet thanks! 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 12 comment How to see a long output expression Thanks @kguler and Chris. Your suggestions helped a lot. Next stop: large screen. Dec 9 comment How can I type left (sub)superscript? Thanks for your comprehensive answer. I learnt the most from your answer. thank you! Dec 9 comment How can I type left (sub)superscript? Thanks for the typesetting tips. This really helps.