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answered Speed up computation of sum from large matrix
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Mar
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revised How to implement Markov Chain Monte Carlo with built-in functions?
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Mar
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comment How to implement Markov Chain Monte Carlo with built-in functions?
Noted on the community. Thanks for the reminder, @Searke :)
Mar
27
asked How to implement Markov Chain Monte Carlo with built-in functions?
Mar
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comment How to make a better `Sort` in my case
I just noticed @xzczd's comment, which I agree with, that your file naming convention is not clear. For instance, does "123" mean the 23rd in the 1st group, or 3rd in 12th group? Better solution would be figured out were more clear naming convention provided.
Mar
25
answered How to make a better `Sort` in my case
Mar
19
comment vector plot with magnitude as legend
@swish one puzzle I find is how to precisely correlate the scale in PlotLegends to that in the graphics. If PlotLegends is placed within the graphics, it is possible but still not easy. Once the PlotLegends is placed outside the graphics, things become more challenging.
Mar
19
comment vector plot with magnitude as legend
@march this figure is generated with NCL, NCAR Command Language. Please refer to: ncl.ucar.edu/Applications/veceff.shtml
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asked vector plot with magnitude as legend
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4
comment Behavior of the ScalingFunctions option
@MikeHoneychurch the example shown in the post is from the options section of ListPlot. As @J.M. clarified, this syntax is kind of an auxillary use to ensure the scaling can be correctly done, which is not so stylish though.
Mar
4
comment Behavior of the ScalingFunctions option
@J.M., Thanks. Now I get it. But the exposure of an inverse function looks not so stylish.
Mar
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comment Behavior of the ScalingFunctions option
@MichaelE2 I did search its use. But my question is different from those posts. I'm just curious about the double-function syntax, which is not discussed before.
Mar
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comment Behavior of the ScalingFunctions option
@J.M. No, I didn't plot another one. I just reran the identical code as shown in the post and got very different plot from the one in the documentation. I suspect the ticks are not properly handled by the v10.4 release.
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revised Behavior of the ScalingFunctions option
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