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Jul
29
comment Color inversion using ArrayPlot
Thank you for the clearence. Here comes another confusion. I have also used Image for visualizing. However, although I assigned ColorSpace to Graylevel(or Grayscale), I got a binary image(evidenced by the histogram). After, I used ImageAdjust, I got gray-scale images as I got with ArrayPlot. Here is the code that I wrote Map[ImageAdjust[#] &, Image[data[[;; , ;; , #]], ColorSpace -> "Graylevel"] & /@ Range[1, Dimensions[data][[3]]], {1}].
Jul
28
comment Color inversion using ArrayPlot
Thanks. I had tried this command with quotation marks which didn't make difference(i.e."GrayLevel") :( . By the way, I have just noticed that assigning ColorFunction to "GrayTones" gives the same result.
Jul
27
comment Generating equally distributed voxel points based on a given point
Oops, sorry. There had been a confusion, that's exactly what I want:) Thank you :)
Jul
16
comment Generating equally distributed voxel points based on a given point
Thanks, that's another point of view.
Jul
16
comment Generating equally distributed voxel points based on a given point
That's nearly what I want, thanks.
Jun
26
comment How to switch off messages on all kernels?
Thank you,it's working :)
Jun
26
comment How to switch off messages on all kernels?
@SjoerdC.deVries I tried it but it works only for the first kernel.
Jun
26
comment How to switch off messages on all kernels?
@Szabolcs Thank you, I don't get any more.
Feb
19
comment Why does memory run out when adding same-sized matrices in a loop?
@ruebenko I apply this kind of settings before I run the code. Packed arrays needs to be tried. Thanks.
Feb
19
comment Why does memory run out when adding same-sized matrices in a loop?
@Stefan I also think so, however, the solution musn't be like that for a high-level programming language..
Feb
18
comment Why does memory run out when adding same-sized matrices in a loop?
@acl The code that you wrote seems to provide functionality, right? or It also reduce memory consumption? Also, please see my edit.
Feb
18
comment Why does memory run out when adding same-sized matrices in a loop?
@LeonidShifrin I haven't use a packed array yet so I don't know anything about it. Also, please see my edit.
Feb
11
comment Export data from remote kernel onto a local machine
@Szabolcs There is a problem with network. Because of this I can't access it. I am also struggling to solve this issue. In order to go further, I think there may be a way to import the data onto local machine. I understood, thank you for your interest.
Feb
11
comment Export data from remote kernel onto a local machine
@Szabolcs No, the first time I accessed it, it generated a directory for me .So, I have solely one directory.
Feb
11
comment Export data from remote kernel onto a local machine
@Ajasja Yes,however, the problem is that I can't access to this directory. Because of this, I try to find alternative ways. In addition, the OS is windows.
Feb
11
comment Export data from remote kernel onto a local machine
@JoelKlein When I accessed to remote kernel, it generates a directory for me on network. I use this directory in order to write some data and import this data to Mathematica. I launch the remote kernel by ssh. I should write every computed variable, nearly 16 variables. Some variables use 5-10 GBs of Ram and some variables use 1-2 GBs of Ram.
Feb
11
comment Export data from remote kernel onto a local machine
@halirutan Thank you. I have added some details. Please see my edit.
Jan
18
comment How can I fill in a matrix at every iteration of a Do loop?
@ssch Ohh, sorry.I cut it and then saved like this. I rewrote the code , thanks for attention.
Jan
16
comment How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
Thank you for your beneficial information. I have looked for FixedPointList for my program but it doesn't work because of specifying max number of iterations.
Jan
16
comment How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
Thanks! That was what I want to learn about both NestWhileList and behaviour of the test functions.