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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
22
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
22
comment Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest
But for integer inputs it seems correct: Nearest[Range[6], 3, {10, 2}] == Nearest[Range[6], 3, {10, 2}, DistanceFunction -> (Norm[#1 - #2] &)] (* True *)
Sep
22
revised Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest
Nearest is inclusive with provided with the r
Sep
22
revised Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest
added a stranger case
Sep
22
comment Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest
Actually Nearest[v, 39.28, {6, 9}] gives the same result ({39.28}) on 10.2, so it may not a rounding problem.
Sep
22
comment Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest
Thanks. But the comment on the radius is not true: Nearest[{1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}, 3, {10, 2}] will gives {3, 2, 4, 1, 5}.
Sep
22
asked Cannot get nearest neighbors from Nearest
Sep
22
revised Good coding for a tricky expansion with convolutions, limits, substitutions
More strict wording about PDF
Sep
22
suggested approved edit on Good coding for a tricky expansion with convolutions, limits, substitutions
Sep
22
revised Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
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Sep
22
comment Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
@Silvia IE 32-bit and IE 64-bit are two different executables: one in C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer and the other in C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer, so you can check the shortcut you use. But I have just found that IE 64-bit works fine. Maybe Wolfram has added the 64-bit support for IE undocumentedly.
Sep
22
revised Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
The situation with dzslides
Sep
22
comment Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
@Silvia AFAIK CDF player only supports 32-bit browsers. Are your Chrome and Edge of 32-bit?
Sep
22
awarded  Curious
Sep
21
revised Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
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Sep
21
comment Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
@Pickett Thanks for your interest. I added the download link for the test files. In the main text, reveal.js is the name of the slide framework that contains both *.js files and *.css files, and it is also the local name of the folder that keeps the files. Sorry for the confusion.
Sep
21
revised Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
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Sep
21
asked Incompatibility between CDF document and reveal.js
Mar
19
awarded  Yearling