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comment Is there something wrong with VertexConnectivity
@Szabolcs I feared the same! This type of bugs can really make the overall graph functionality very much unstable and unreliable in nature. I will wait a bit as some WRI guys are active here as well...they may comment meanwhile...
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Mar
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comment Which integration strategy to use for this product of polynomials?
Give a Mathematica definition of your function $f$ for $N<10$. It shows what you have tried already...
Mar
27
comment Can anyone identify these plots?
Try DensityPlot!
Mar
27
comment NDSolve two PDE plus one ODE, together
As there is no direct dependence of PDE to the function acc[t], can not it be solved later as separate ODE.
Mar
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answered Find root approximants for low-precision numbers
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Mar
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comment How do you draw credible regions/intervals on a 2D PDF?
@Whuber This is the right answer. I misinterpreted the OP. I will delete my answer. My answer just shows the quantile.
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comment How do you draw credible regions/intervals on a 2D PDF?
Very nice work!
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comment How do you draw credible regions/intervals on a 2D PDF?
@whuber You are correct CI/CR in a real PDF context will be hard to effectively visualize. Plot3D with some opacity and filling or the absolute deviation from the PDF as a RegionPlot3D might be an option. Please feel free to edit my answer if any improvement crosses your mind.
Mar
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comment How do you draw credible regions/intervals on a 2D PDF?
@rcollyer you are right! Being lazy I just took from the code supplied by the OP and the doc ;) However I could not figure out how to get the quantile from a bi-variate distribution. Any clue? The EllipsoidQuantile is very slow fro large data. PolytopeQuantile too is pretty slow but comparatively faster.
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answered How do you draw credible regions/intervals on a 2D PDF?
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comment Merging two Lists
But which {x,y,z} will replace the {x,y,0.}? With T1 being longer than T2 if there are more {x,y,0} in T1 than there are {x,y,z} in T2, what happens then?
Feb
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comment Numerical integration of a numeric data available as a nested list
@gpap gr8 find! I did not know about this package you mentioned in your comment.