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Mar
4
answered Are there rules of thumb for knowing when RandomVariate is more efficient than RandomReal?
Mar
2
comment How to improve this code for exploring large matrices?
@rcollyer they weren't doing anything incorrectly but they requested a solution that only used MousePosition a single time.
Mar
2
revised How to improve this code for exploring large matrices?
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Mar
2
answered How to improve this code for exploring large matrices?
Mar
1
answered Select/Delete with Sublist elements?
Feb
29
comment Locators and Table within a Manipulate are not behaving
I'm glad you figure this out, it was driving me crazy :) I'm keen to hear an explanation for why this worked as well. I had tracked the problem down to theta2 in the Table but I couldn't seem to fix it.
Feb
28
comment List all the directories under the current one
You should file that as a suggestion to WRI if you haven't already.
Feb
28
comment List all the directories under the current one
Yes, that is what I was referring to. I had a vague idea about using command line input in other places, I didn't realize it worked here as well. Potentially a very powerful idea.
Feb
28
answered How to solve for an Z-Score of a T-Distribution?
Feb
28
comment List all the directories under the current one
I use ReadList often but had never discovered this. Good stuff! +1
Feb
28
comment How to specify assumptions before evaluation?
Good point about the inequalities implicitly assuming Reals +1.
Feb
28
answered Adding controls for multiple functions in Manipulate
Feb
28
revised Adding controls for multiple functions in Manipulate
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Feb
28
awarded  Civic Duty
Feb
28
answered How to specify assumptions before evaluation?
Feb
27
comment Mathematica envelope for the bottom of a plot, a generic function
With Indeterminate or say Missing[] values I would either drop them or replace them with some sensible value if you have some reason to believe you know what that should be.
Feb
26
comment Mathematica envelope for the bottom of a plot, a generic function
See my edit. The new version should work for more general x and y data.
Feb
26
revised Mathematica envelope for the bottom of a plot, a generic function
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Feb
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revised Mathematica envelope for the bottom of a plot, a generic function
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Feb
26
answered Mathematica envelope for the bottom of a plot, a generic function