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Feb
11
comment Densityplot: isolines
great answer, but could be also combined into one plot with: DensityPlot[a[x] - b[x, y], {x, -5, 5}, {y, -5, 5}, MeshFunctions -> (b[#1, #2] &), Mesh -> 5]
Feb
10
comment Symbolic expression for recursion
no replacement rule is needed if you supply a boundary condition RSolveValue[{f[n] == 2 f[n - 1] + 1, f[1] == 1}, f[n], n]
Feb
8
comment How to access a web API with HTTP POST and JSON
I generally use URLFetch with the "Headers" and "Body" option.
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Jan
22
comment WDF specification?
I'd report it to support@wolfram.com
Nov
30
comment Three Body Problem Equilateral Triangle
perhaps hyperspherical coordinates would prove useful?
Nov
20
comment Fitting in Mathematica: Which function?
How do you define "best"?
Nov
19
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Nov
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
10
answered Displaying horizontal axis as legend of a chart/plot?
Oct
21
comment Multiple Import and Export of Images
I strongly suspect that ImageFileApply and ImageFileFilter might be useful functions to investigate.
Oct
20
answered Scale SmoothHistogram curve to Histogram
Oct
15
answered Finding associations not having value Missing[“Unmatched”] in a list of associations
Oct
14
comment Geographics: Can I get a US Map silhouette without the Great Lakes?
@m_goldberg This makes sense, it's not as if there would be a pocket of international waters in the middle of Lake Michigan. Otherwise there would be a much bigger and booming part boat industry in the Great Lakes. "Come party down in Lake Erie this winter! What happens in Erie stays in Erie"
Oct
14
comment Geographics: Can I get a US Map silhouette without the Great Lakes?
but it does look like something strange is happening with Louisiana...
Oct
14
answered Geographics: Can I get a US Map silhouette without the Great Lakes?
Oct
13
comment SplitBy problem with Associations
SplitBy expects a List as the first argument, no?
Oct
2
comment DSolve gives an empty solution set to a solvable ODE
@DominicMichaelis I should clarify that I am pretty sure the student edition is not a stripped down.
Oct
2
comment DSolve gives an empty solution set to a solvable ODE
Perhaps instead of of Abs[y[t]] you try Sqrt[y[t]^2].
Oct
2
answered A tricky algebraic simplification