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comment Is it possible to draw really thin lines in Mathematica?
@funnypony Under which operating system have you taken the screenshot?
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comment Is it possible to draw really thin lines in Mathematica?
I updated the answer with an extended analysis of the situation.
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revised Is it possible to draw really thin lines in Mathematica?
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comment Set Options on a system function has effect on all notebooks
I updated the answer.
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revised Set Options on a system function has effect on all notebooks
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answered Is it possible to draw really thin lines in Mathematica?
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comment File Handling. How to save the progress in a file?
Related: "The best way to construct a function with memory."
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revised Tooltips do not seem to work with InfiniteLine (ConicHullRegion) in 2D Graphics
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comment Tooltips do not seem to work with InfiniteLine (ConicHullRegion) in 2D Graphics
The same in Mathematica 10.0.1 under Win7 x64.
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revised Set Options on a system function has effect on all notebooks
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answered Set Options on a system function has effect on all notebooks
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comment Weird behaviour when using Scale, Rotate in Graphics
I think you should report it to WRI. I cannot believe that it can be called the expected behavior. Clearly it is a bug.
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comment PDF exports of ArrayPlot's are fuzzy (OS X)
I have MMa 10.0.1 under Win7 x64.
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comment Weird behaviour when using Scale, Rotate in Graphics
I observe the same erratic behavior in versions 8.0.4 and 10.0.1 under Windows 7. It depends on the Magnification of the Notebook. Very weird.
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comment PDF exports of ArrayPlot's are fuzzy (OS X)
Under Windows I do not see the Interpolate word in the PDF file even after uncompressing the streams inside it by the command qpdf --stream-data=uncompress in.pdf out.pdf. The PDF file is generated in MMa 10.0.1 by the command Export["in.pdf", MatrixPlot[{{1, 2, 1}, {3, 0, 1}, {0, 0, -1}}]].
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comment How does Mathematica interpolates?
Strongly related: "Extracting the function from InterpolatingFunction object." MichaelE2's answer shows how the "Hermite" method is implemented.
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comment how to find the function of a plot that I draw with ContourPlot
The first part of the question is partially answered in these threads: "How to extract data from contour plot as a text file?, "Plot, extract data to a file." Other parts cannot be answered without additional information.
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revised `Export` to `.eps` ruins the formatting of subfigures
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