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Jan
27
comment Detecting components in timeseries
This is a beautiful answer! How to I get the x values where it jumps?
Jan
27
comment Detecting components in timeseries
Nice work, but I'm still wondering how to find the x points 1k and 2k where the boundaries are?
Jan
27
revised Detecting components in timeseries
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Jan
27
asked Detecting components in timeseries
Jan
25
answered How to separate the double columns while reading file
Jan
25
comment How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
I was able to use your observation to write up a solution, thanks.
Jan
25
revised How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
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Jan
25
comment How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
You are missing the middle two steps, i.e. save the encrypted information to a standalone file, and then read that back in.
Jan
25
comment How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
You're right, that's weird that it won't work with out that, hmm.
Jan
23
revised How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
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Jan
23
comment How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
Your answer only address a previous issue, but doesn't answer the question. If you can get the steps to encode and decode a local file/directory, then I can award you the points!
Jan
23
revised How can I encrypt/decrypt a directory?
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Jan
22
reviewed Approve vector tag wiki
Jan
20
comment How to change size of item in TimelinePlot?
Also "AspectRatio -> 1/4" seems to break the sizing.
Jan
20
accepted How to change size of item in TimelinePlot?
Jan
20
revised How to change size of item in TimelinePlot?
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Jan
20
asked How to change size of item in TimelinePlot?
Jan
20
accepted List all LocalSymbols
Jan
19
comment List all LocalSymbols
Add this as an answer and I'll accept.
Jan
19
comment List all LocalSymbols
Ah yes, SetDirectory[StringTake[$LocalSymbolBase, 8 ;;]]; FileNames[] works