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answered How to measure the slit size from given image using mathematica?
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answered Is there a way to make links to functions in a notebook?
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revised Mathematica gravatar engine?
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revised Mathematica gravatar engine?
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May
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answered Mathematica gravatar engine?
May
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comment code indent issue in frontend: How to remove annoying space at beginning of a line
You might want to try using Code cells.
Apr
29
revised How to return multiple types in APIFunction?
added other method which delivers a URL of the image
Apr
29
answered How to return multiple types in APIFunction?
Apr
29
comment How to return multiple types in APIFunction?
You should probably return a JSON object in that case.
Apr
29
comment Plot for function that calculated direct with while, but is piecewise
Why are you multiplying two Print functions?
Apr
29
comment Hyperlinks not preserved when saving in PDF format in MMA V10
I can't seem to reproduce this anymore in 10.4 (Windows).
Apr
25
answered Return a sentence with numerical values
Apr
25
answered Enforce monotonicity in a list
Apr
22
comment Exporting sharp corners in Bézier curves to pdf
On Windows (with M- 10.4) the arrow is blunted in the front end
Apr
22
comment Exporting sharp corners in Bézier curves to pdf
I heavily suspect this might be OS dependent. Also what version of Mathematica are you using?
Apr
22
comment Unexpected imaginary term in the asymptotic expansion of DawsonF
FunctionExpand[DawsonF[x]] probably gives a bit of a clue
Apr
14
comment Reading data from Google Docs
it likely would
Apr
14
comment Reading data from Google Docs
Mainly that it shows how one could programmatically access these documents. You would just need to get the "id" and "token". The URL is put in the first URLFetch is really made up of pieces and one can take advantage of that.
Apr
13
comment How to calculate a continuous function once and access values later?
FunctionsThatRememberValuesTheyHaveFound