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May
13
revised Reversing the ColorScheme used in an ArrayPlot and setting the font size in the color bar
included mathematica version
May
13
comment Reversing the ColorScheme used in an ArrayPlot and setting the font size in the color bar
@belisarius Mathematica 9.0... Will make the edit
May
13
asked Reversing the ColorScheme used in an ArrayPlot and setting the font size in the color bar
May
10
comment Changing FrameTicks of ListPlot
@BoLe Useful! Thanks!
May
10
accepted Changing FrameTicks of ListPlot
May
10
comment Changing FrameTicks of ListPlot
This is rather interesting. I didn't think that "specifying my data differently" outside the plot function would help me...
May
10
asked Changing FrameTicks of ListPlot
May
5
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Apr
30
comment Contour heat graph (ListContourPlot?)
Aaah Mathematica 9!!! Your PlotLegends is now fixed.... it was so messed up in Mathematica 8.0
Apr
22
comment Problems with NDSolve and stiffness
Would it help if you blindly switched to the LSODA method? I generally noticed that the LSODA is quite forgiving and pushes stiff equations towards a "solution" better than the BDF at the very least.
Apr
21
revised Using undefined function in an expression
typo corrected in title
Apr
21
suggested approved edit on Using undefined function in an expression
Apr
19
comment Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
What if I were to have more than one crossing and I still wanted to use FindRoot[...]. I noticed that FindRoot[...] doesn't allow for more than 2 guess values. I can use an {x,xmin,xstart,xend} but that didn't quite help.
Apr
19
accepted Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
Apr
19
comment Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
@BoLe And to answer my own question, I just used the minimum and maximum x limits as my guess values. I think that does the trick.
Apr
19
comment Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
@MichaelE2 I modified my code. I used Interpolation[Flatten[curve1,1],x]. This worked. I forgot that I needed to tell it to use x :P
Apr
19
comment Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
@BoLe What if I don't know what the guess values should be and how many there should be?
Apr
19
comment Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
@MichaelE2 I get what you mean now when you say x must be provided to the interpolation.
Apr
19
comment Using FindRoot with an interpolating function
I still have an error message that suggests that the "function value is not a list of numbers" at x=0.2
Apr
19
asked Using FindRoot with an interpolating function