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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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comment How to create a heatmap from list of coordinates?
@Jens This is a case where boosting InterpolationPoints to say 256 will be useful. It is more of a failure of automation than a bug. KernelMixtureDistribution might be a better alternative though.
May
25
awarded  Nice Answer
May
15
comment Performing a chi-square goodness of fit test
@FrederikBrinckJensen you are welcome. I recommend looking at the following post
May
15
revised Performing a chi-square goodness of fit test
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May
15
answered Performing a chi-square goodness of fit test
May
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awarded  Enlightened
May
14
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May
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answered Evaluating a function using arguments from a sliding window over a list
May
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answered NExpectation behaves oddly with EmpiricalDistribution
May
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comment Finding all dictionary words that can be made with a given set of characters (Wordfeud/Scrabble)
I wrote this a while back that may or may not have some useful code buried in it. I don't have time at the moment to formulate a real answer from it.
Apr
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revised What do the options of SmoothKernelDistribution do?
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Apr
28
accepted Is there a faster way to create a matrix of indices from ragged data?
Apr
28
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
28
answered What do the options of SmoothKernelDistribution do?
Apr
27
comment Custom Format for “constructors”
@rcollyer no more than what I've shown here. It is usually a game of trial and error for me. On that note. I would use it cautiously since undocumented functions may not stick around :)
Apr
27
answered Custom Format for “constructors”
Apr
27
revised print the name of the variable in a list without evaluation
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revised print the name of the variable in a list without evaluation
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Apr
27
comment print the name of the variable in a list without evaluation
HoldForm is a very useful trick for this sort of thing. I'm surprised my own answer didn't include it :) +1