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Sep
27
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
@EdenHarder I believe the Graph6 representation of a graph depends on the ordering of the vertices and, as such, is not unique so there's no reason to expect "HhcWJEA" to be on that list. Presumably, one of the automorphisms of your graph leads to your g6 code.
Sep
27
comment Plotting Semi-hollow spheres
In light of the post of @belisarius, I wonder if the answers here contributed significantly to your cover image? If so, attribution (which I don't see, but might have missed in the article) would be appropriate.
Sep
27
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
getConnG[7] in about 6 minutes.
Sep
27
comment Bifurcation diagrams for multiple equation systems
@belisarius I saw that question but was not quite able to figure a good way to approach it. At least, not given the kind of time I've got these days!
Sep
27
comment Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices
I modified your code slightly so that getConnG[6] runs in 5 seconds as opposed to 30 seconds on my machine. The major point is that DeleteDuplicates has quadratic time complexity when using a user defined comparison function. Thus, breaking the list of graphs in smaller parts using the total number of edges helps a lot. Of course, DeleteDuplicates can run like $n\log(n)$, when the data is linearly ordered, but that's not generally possible with a user defined comparison function.
Sep
24
comment What's wrong in FunctionPeriod?
I don't think this is a duplicate, as the other question predates FunctionPeriod. Also, while FunctionPeriod builds on the Periodic context, there are differences. I guess I'd say it's a bug but I doubt that it's a very high priority bug.
Sep
23
comment Unable to compile to C
Works for me with 10.0.1 on Mac OSX. Did you recently update? What's your platform?
Sep
23
comment Combining many plots with Show produces wrong x-axis position and wrong filling
@rcollyer Yes, I think you're right. I guess my approach fixes the problem precisely because it forces the AxesOrgin to be the same throughout.
Sep
23
comment getting vertices in order from spanning tree
I get a sequence of errors of the form: Function::flpar: Parameter specification Append[vlist,#1] in Function[Append[vlist,#1],1] should be a symbol or a list of symbols. >> I guess this can be fixed using SetDelayed rather than Set.
Sep
23
comment Combining many plots with Show produces wrong x-axis position and wrong filling
The problem is that the filling is generated to fit within each individual plot range. So just set the PlotRange in each of the plots individually, rather than just in the Show command. That way, the filling will fill the whole common plot range.
Sep
19
comment Understanding differences between Maple and Mathematica in examples picked by Maplesoft
@DanielLichtblau Oops - better?
Sep
19
comment What is going on here? (Wolfram|Alpha)
@martin Glad to hear it! I try to answer WA questions, quickly. :)
Sep
19
comment What is going on here? (Wolfram|Alpha)
@martin - The question will be closed, you don't need to delete.
Sep
18
comment Short form of Graphics
Sorry, I posted a comment since I looked at your post quite quickly. Does Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}] // Options help?
Sep
18
comment Short form of Graphics
How about Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}] // InputForm // Short? Or, if you need more control, Short[InputForm[Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}]], 10].
Sep
17
comment Kernel crashes when plotting $z=\sqrt{(x^2 + y^2)}^0$
@Mr.Wizard Yeah, I'm fine with that.
Sep
17
comment Kernel crashes when plotting $z=\sqrt{(x^2 + y^2)}^0$
@Mr.Wizard I flagged it as such but did not downvote. Both "answers" seem to be simple comments to me but I can't say that I feel strongly enough to make a meta post.
Sep
15
comment How to manipulate a circle in GeoGebra style?
Personally, I preferred the original circle based version - which garnered my upvote. While it didn't replicate the GeoGebra behavior exactly, it certainly got the same idea across and with much simpler code. Furthermore, it's not clear from the question that an exact replication was necessary - at least not to me.
Sep
12
comment Strange behaviour of MMA in derivatives of some standard functions
@belisarius Your question seems to be exactly opposite of the one here - namely, Plot[Derivative[f]...] uses a finite difference scheme on discrete functions, such as IntegerPart, Round and several others.
Sep
12
comment Speed of ConvexHullMesh
So, should the question be closed?