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comment Is garbage collection broken in version 10.0.0?
I just have checked in MMa 10.0.1 under Win7 x64 and get empty lists {} in the both cases. I restarted MMa, repeated everything again and got the same result. Are you under 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows?
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comment Is garbage collection broken in version 10.0.0?
Have you reported it?
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comment Is garbage collection broken in version 10.0.0?
In MMa 8.0.4 in the both cases I get empty list {}.
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comment Tooltip with ListLinePlot and interpolation
Your question is vague: do you need the coordinates of any point on the line in a Tooltip or coordinates of the original interpolation points? Also note that the interpolation method which ListPlot uses differs from the default interpolation method in Interpolation.
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comment Tooltip with ListLinePlot and interpolation
Note that ListPlot interpolates each coordinate as a function of the list index.
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comment How can I view piecewise cases considered by Reduce?
Here is screenshot: i.imgur.com/C0tC1Vp.png
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comment How can I view piecewise cases considered by Reduce?
I have restarted MMa 10.0.1 and still get the answer without any messages with $MaxPiecewiseCases = 1 in fresh kernel. May be it is platform-specific? I'm under Win7 x64.
Oct
19
comment How can I view piecewise cases considered by Reduce?
In MMa 10.0.1 I get m ∈ Integers && m >= 1 && n == 20 as the output in any case: with the default $MaxPiecewiseCases and with $MaxPiecewiseCases = 1. I get no error message.
Oct
17
comment What is the best way to flatten a linked list with lists as values?
(+1) Actually the replacement in your Cases code isn't needed because it does not change anything. Assuming that all the numbers are AtomQ, Cases[acc, {__}, {-2}] gives the same result with much better performance. If the numbers may not be atomic, Cases[acc, {__?NumberQ}, -2].
Oct
14
comment Does PrivateFontOptions -> {“OperatorSubstitution” ->False} fail in version 10?
The PNG output quality from Mathematica is usually unacceptable - this is the reason why I recommend to use Adobe Acrobat for generating PNG. With Acrobat you can set higher resolution and the quality will always be excellent when you adjust the size of the PNG image in PowerPoint.
Oct
14
comment Does PrivateFontOptions -> {“OperatorSubstitution” ->False} fail in version 10?
@Verbeia I'm quite happy with the combination: MS Word 2003 + Adobe Acrobat 11 PDFMaker plugin. Word 2003 correctly imports EPS files and Acrobat PDFMaker generates PDF of excellent quality. I do know that not every PDF printer can use the EPS code embedded in a Word document because the most of them generate PDF from EMF file in the printer spool, not from the PostScript file generated by Word.
Oct
14
comment Does PrivateFontOptions -> {“OperatorSubstitution” ->False} fail in version 10?
@Verbeia For including graphics in Word it is best to have it as EPS: the best vector quality + embedded fonts. For PowerPoint presentations it is best to have graphics as PNG with resolution above the default (I usually export with 300 dpi from Acrobat, although it is probably an overkill): it looks excellent and is completely independent on any fonts.
Oct
13
revised How can I change the default font size of the Virtual Book?
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Oct
13
answered How can I change the default font size of the Virtual Book?
Oct
13
comment Does PrivateFontOptions -> {“OperatorSubstitution” ->False} fail in version 10?
The best what I can recommend is to save the charts from Acrobat to PNG with sufficient resolution and then insert them in PowerPoint. Actually Mathematica's PDF export in v.10.0.1 is still broken in many ways as compared to v.8. And I still cannot see in what sense it is "improved".
Oct
12
revised How can I generate and randomly assign color to annular sectors?
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Oct
12
answered How can I generate and randomly assign color to annular sectors?
Oct
12
comment How to export a text into eps without splitting
I get (word) N in v.8.0.4 but in v.10.0.1 under Windows 7 x64 I get outlines instead of the letters.
Oct
10
comment How can I generate and randomly assign color to annular sectors?
We can also get the same result without Dynamic in the output: ParametricPlot[r {Cos[t],Sin[t]},{r,0,12},{t,0,2Pi},Mesh->23,Axes->False,MeshShading->Dynamic@{{H‌​ue@RandomReal[],Hue@RandomReal[]},{Hue@RandomReal[],Hue@RandomReal[]}},PlotRange-‌​>{{-9,9},{-4,4}}]/.Dynamic->Identity.
Oct
10
comment How can I generate and randomly assign color to annular sectors?
Note that MeshShading->{Dynamic@{Hue@RandomReal[],Hue@RandomReal[]},Dynamic@{Hue@RandomRe‌​al[],Hue@RandomReal[]}} does not work and produce an error message. It means that only when the Head of the entire MeshShading specification is Dynamic it is treated by the Kernel in a special way.