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Feb
29
asked Using \n (new line) as delimiter in StringSplit
Feb
25
comment Export Plot to PDF results very messy
I personally stopped trying to get Graphics exported as .pdf altogether and usually use .eps instead and imbed/convert to .pdf in my external software (Adobe Illustrator, Latex ...)
Feb
21
suggested rejected edit on Puzzle with Mathematica
Feb
20
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
15
comment Serial - DeviceOpen - Baudrate Error
This discussion on reddit might be relevant
Feb
14
revised Serial - DeviceOpen - Baudrate Error
added bugs-tag
Feb
14
suggested approved edit on Serial - DeviceOpen - Baudrate Error
Feb
14
comment Serial - DeviceOpen - Baudrate Error
What happens when you use 256000 as baud rate?
Feb
14
revised Serial - DeviceOpen - Baudrate Error
improved formatting
Feb
14
suggested approved edit on Serial - DeviceOpen - Baudrate Error
Feb
13
revised Counting number of tubes in an image
Improved grammar/spelling and added image descriptions
Feb
13
comment How to convert this .txt data into a list of points
This is because for instance {"6.1101,17.592"} isn't a valid expression. You could either manipulate the strings to split them into something like {"6.1101","17.592"} and then use ToExpression. Or you could use SemanticImportString. This allows you to convert to whatever kind of expression you want (such as real numbers) and split strings at , at the same time
Feb
13
suggested approved edit on Counting number of tubes in an image
Feb
11
revised Plotting a function with three real arguments using transparency
Fixed dead hyperlink
Feb
11
suggested approved edit on Plotting a function with three real arguments using transparency
Feb
9
comment how to map a function on a variable list
@Ziofil you may want to edit your question and clarify what your goal is. The code from your question leads one to believe you want to count the number of entries in a list that are not equal to 1
Feb
9
comment how to map a function on a variable list
I would advise (not only in Mathematica) to avoid mutating state at all cost. As others have suggested better use Select and leave the original list intact or use Sow and Reap to build a list of results if you really have to do things iteratively.
Feb
9
comment Direct Pressure Data Acquisition with Mathematica and Arduino
If it is not too much trouble I would greatly appreciate it. I plan to play around with Arduino and some sensors in the near future too so if you don't find the time to do some testing I will do it eventually and post what I found as edit to your answer if you like.
Feb
8
awarded  Excavator
Feb
8
revised Are there any cases when For[] loops are reasonable?
I think this edit really improves readability (I had to look at least twice so see which version of Table unpacks)