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Mar
18
reviewed Leave Open What if do NOT want Mathematica to normalize eigenvectors with Eigenvectors[N[matrix]]?
Mar
17
revised Button that starts an evaluation which is monitored with a progress indicator
Minor clean-up
Mar
17
answered Button that starts an evaluation which is monitored with a progress indicator
Mar
17
revised Getting the first $n$ terms of a recursion relation
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Mar
17
revised How to set same color and legend for ListLinePlot
Routine clean-up
Mar
17
answered How to set same color and legend for ListLinePlot
Mar
17
revised Mathematica output format
Routine clean-up
Mar
17
revised Getting the first $n$ terms of a recursion relation
Improved formatting
Mar
17
reviewed Reviewed Positioning a subplot using Inset in the main plot with image or scaled coordinates
Mar
17
revised Positioning a subplot using Inset in the main plot with image or scaled coordinates
Made English more idiomatic
Mar
16
revised Dynamic importing of json file is not refreshing
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Mar
16
answered Dynamic importing of json file is not refreshing
Mar
16
revised Transforming expressions in terms of Csc and Sec to expressions in terms of Sin and Cos
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Mar
16
revised Using Solve without introducing extra variables
Routine clean-up
Mar
16
reviewed Looks OK How can I make a summary of all the commands of Mathematica?
Mar
16
comment How can I make a summary of all the commands of Mathematica?
According to the Wolfram Research site Mathematica currently has more than 5000 built-in functions (which is probably what you mean by "commands"). What would you do with a list of 5000 function names if you had one? In desperation you could evaluate Information["*"].This will give you information on the most readily available functions, but also lists symbols that are not functions.
Mar
16
revised Quantum Physics question
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Mar
16
reviewed Reopen Stitch edge of disk to edge of square in 3D space (with deformations)
Mar
15
answered Using FindRoot in a Table of Iterations
Mar
15
comment Change Front End, by one particularly
You don't have to make a separate parametric plot to get a read edge on your yellow ellipse. You can add the edge with EdgeForm[Red], In your case Graphics[{Yellow, EdgeForm[Red], Rotate[Disk[{xc, yc}, {Abs[a], b}], phi]}] /. ... should work