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Nov
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comment Is there any way to solve this convex-concave like optimization problem?
@RahulNarain yes I was just thinking about it. But is still a bit ill posed. What would be the range of the density? One needs to set it up probably based on the given densities $f_i$. In that case one can also impose smoothness property. I wonder still if this problem could be solved afterwards with a nice convex optimization algorithm?
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comment Is there any way to solve this convex-concave like optimization problem?
@YvesKlett the theoretical point is: If there is a solution to two equations at the top of the question. If there is a solution, is this solution is unique. Pure application point of view means that we really dont care if there are more solutions or if there exists indeed a solution. What we do is to write a reasonable code to find one solution and then show that, this solution satisfies the equations, indeed.
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comment Is there any way to solve this convex-concave like optimization problem?
@Rahul Narain I did it already and i didnt receive any answer. Then I thought perhaps someone here could have an idea in terms of pure application point of view. Thanks for the comment.
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Nov
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comment Flipping y-tick labes or x-tick labels simply
Is it possible to have exactly the same style (the number of ticks, the outlook and the number of numbers (-1,-0.5,0,0.5,1 in this example)) of the ticks of the original figure.
Nov
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comment Flipping y-tick labes or x-tick labels simply
@Mr.Wizard I see. The people are crazy. It is really unbelievable what people can do with this Mathematica and how some simple looking things might need real efforts)
Nov
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comment Flipping y-tick labes or x-tick labels simply
@Mr.Wizard I checked the asked questions especially this one : mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/6395/… but I was not able to manipulate the answers to get an answer and I believe that it can be more useful it there could be some more practical answer, although I doubt there can be, because it seems a non trival thing.
Nov
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comment Flipping y-tick labes or x-tick labels simply
@kguler in princip yes but I also need the numbers to be flipped as the ticks. Namely, if the y-axis ticks are looking to the left then the numbers should be at right.
Nov
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asked Flipping y-tick labes or x-tick labels simply
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accepted How to save and manipulate an already plotted graphic
Nov
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comment How to save and manipulate an already plotted graphic
Okay finally I found it. It translated top right to Scaled[0.99,0.99].
Nov
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comment How to save and manipulate an already plotted graphic
Thank you I was trying to it but there is no Placed at the output. It produces a very long output and at the end I dont have any term starting with Placed[..]. I add the end out output to the question as an edit.
Nov
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comment How to save and manipulate an already plotted graphic
I have a plot right infront of me and I want to put its legend from top right to top left. In the edit I tried to use show with no success. I used myplot /.Unevaluated[PlotLegends -> {_}] -> Unevaluated[PlotLegends -> ..... but it also didnt work out.
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