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I'm a molecular biologist by training, and make my living teaching at a community college in south-central PA.

During my post-doctoral studies I began using Mathematica to analyze microarray experiments involving thousands of gene expression values. Today, I am primarily a recreational user of Mathematica, but I do occassionally use it for adding content to the courses I teach.


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comment Are you interested in purchasing David Wagner's “Power programming with Mathematica”?
I don't know why the original Dropbox link went dead. I have deleted the original link, and updated with a new link that should work now.
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comment Looking for a way to insert multiple elements into multiple positions simultaneously in a list
I also see no reason why users shouldn't post on multiple forums. There is no guarantee the best answer will be found on one forum vs another. Nor is there a guarantee that the same users spend time on both forums. Nor is it required that someone spend time answering the same question multiple times on multiple sites.
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Thank you for your swift response. I don't understand the end code "[Transpose]". What does "\" stand for that I might look it up in the documentation?
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comment Are you interested in purchasing David Wagner's “Power programming with Mathematica”?
@Verbeia The license has no formal language answering "yes" or "no" to distributing the electronic files. If the files represent content printed in the text, then I think distributing them would be fine. I hesitate to contact McGraw-Hill again, as the first time was less than enjoyable.
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comment Finding areas of beings in microscopic image
Many biologists thank you! Superb!
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