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comment Absolute VectorPlot scaling
@LogicBreaker. I still wonder if this is what you are looking for.
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comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot?
Please do not ask questions unrelated to the content of my answer in a comment. Post any further question you have as a new main question. That way the whole community can read and possibly contribute an answer.
17h
comment How to compute and plot an intersection?
The code you have posted does not evaluate. Among other things there is the undefined variable ph. Please fix your code so it can evaluated in Mathematica.
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comment How to compute and plot an intersection?
Ball is a Mathematica built-in function; you should not use it for a variable name. Even better, you should not use captilized identifiers for any variable name.
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comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot?
@user27682. With three or more solutions things are a trickier. The following questions would need to be answered. Are solution points in sorted order? Do you want to be able to see where the points that not end points lie on the line?
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comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot?
@user27682. I have added a 2nd answer that I hope addresses distinguishing paired solutions from singletons. Also, even if can't up-vote, you can accept an answer. In a few days you even might be able to up-vote as well.
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comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot?
This wouldn't be very difficult if your first data point had the same form as the others rather than being {1., 1., l2}. Why isn't this point a numeric 4-vector like the others?
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comment Integrate fails for generic parameters but works for any specific values
I don't think this question should be closed. The OP has found a real bug in V10.0.x,
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comment Strange results from evaluating a simple integral
@user168715. I don't blame you for being puzzled by the result returned when the Assumptions option is given; I am puzzled by it too. I am going to report it to Wolfram Research tech support. If I get a useful reply, I will update this answer to convey to the Mathematica.SE community.
Apr
22
comment How to solve a second order non-linear differential equation analytically?
Are you sure you are posting on the right site? There is nothing in your question making it clear that it is concerned with Mathematica software.
Apr
21
comment Integrate using \[Esc] int \[Esc]
Yes, it would appear so. I'm thinking of reporting it to WRI.
Apr
21
comment Integrate using \[Esc] int \[Esc]
Strangely if one types '[esc]din', this is not offered as a completion
Apr
21
comment Solving fifth order polynomial equation
s^3 + 3s^2 + 4s + 1 is not an equation. Do you mean s^3 + 3s^2 + 4s + 1 == 0, which is an equation in Mathematica.
Apr
21
comment Solving fifth order polynomial equation
Is your equation actually s^(-3) + 3 s^2 + 4 s + 1 == 0 in Mathematica syntax?
Apr
21
comment Using a For-loop to do numerical integration
You don't want a For-loop. You should use NIntegrate.
Apr
20
comment How to combine Toggler and Button?
Might even be easier to use a Trigger control which is designed to handle this kind of behavior.
Apr
20
comment Manipulate with multiple locators
First you should read the section on locators in this Documentation Center article. It discusses using multiple locator in a Manipulate expression. Second, you should consider whether a simple LocatorPane will be a better solution than Manipulate expression as solution to your problem.
Apr
20
comment How do I numerically integrate over a data set that has uncertainties?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the issue it raises is not a Mathematica issue but a mathematics one. That the question's poster plans to apply Mathematica to it is not sufficient to make it an appropriate question for Mathematica.SE.
Apr
19
comment Sequence evaluation in an If statement
@Szabolcs. +1. I have corrected my answer accordingly.
Apr
19
comment Solve doesn't solve my transcendental equation
Do you not understand that, in general, complicated transcendental equations do not have analytic solutions?