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Dec
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comment f[arg1, arg2,…,argN] vs. f[{arg1, arg2,…,argN}]
You could just write f[args___]:= f[{args}] and then provide the definition for f[{arg1_, arg2_,...}].
Dec
5
comment Using an inequality to select elements from a list and then plotting the results
You could use LogLogPlot instead of Plot.
Dec
5
comment Using an inequality to select elements from a list and then plotting the results
Well, you have negative x values in that list, so that might be a problem.
Dec
5
comment Adding Math to Plots
Have a look at HoldForm.
Dec
5
comment Using an inequality to select elements from a list and then plotting the results
UnitStep is listable and logr-x gives a list of numbers. If they are negative UnitStep gives 0 otherwise it gives 1. Mean of a list of zero's and 1's is the same as counting the non-negative values and dividing by the number of elements.
Dec
5
comment Using an inequality to select elements from a list and then plotting the results
This counts all values in logr that are greater than a given x value and divides by the number of elements in logr. Is that not what you wanted?
Dec
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answered Using an inequality to select elements from a list and then plotting the results
Dec
4
comment Forest plot with Mathematica 9
@SjoerdC.deVries I suspect they say M9 because CoxModelFit makes computing this stuff trivial. It was quite difficult to do before M9.
Dec
4
revised How do you pattern match a DataDistribution
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revised How do you pattern match a DataDistribution
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Dec
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answered How do you pattern match a DataDistribution
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answered Forest plot with Mathematica 9
Dec
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awarded  Necromancer
Dec
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awarded  Revival
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comment Representative Smooth Kernel Distribution from Truncated Distribution
I'm glad. You might want to use the estimate on the original data to get a better automatic bandwidth (so it isn't based on the pseudo-data). This can be done by SmoothKernelDistribution[data]["Bandwidth"].
Dec
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revised Representative Smooth Kernel Distribution from Truncated Distribution
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answered Representative Smooth Kernel Distribution from Truncated Distribution
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answered Make a density list plot/histogram from large, pre-binned data set?
Nov
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accepted How can I use the overhang argument to Partition to avoid using PadLeft and PadRight here?