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I have an amateur interest in combinatorial game theory and rarely update a blog with some basic exposition on the subject (see website).

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Feb
5
comment Running out of variables
There seems to be a sort of side-question (which @rm-rf may want to weigh in on) where you want to use subscripts in "looping constructs" and to make things "visually appealing". For the latter, you can convert at the end to whatever presentation you want. For the former, it might be better to use things like a[1], a[2],... but maybe this is worthy of a search and possibly a separate question about the best way to handle indices for the looping constructs you have in mind.
Feb
5
comment Running out of variables
@yarchik If you think this is bad, have you seen Variable naming changes everything? Even a choice of a different letter changes behavior in other contexts.
Nov
2
comment How can I share objects with dynamic content with non-Mathematica users?
@JosephO'Rourke Well, you could always use wwwvis.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de/~kraus/LiveGraphics3D which only requires Java if you're satisfied with an animation that people can rotate...
Nov
16
comment Generating convex polyhedron from face planes?
You attempted to tackle the issue of poor plane orientation and you have a better presentation of the final result. Thanks for your effort.
Nov
14
comment Generating convex polyhedron from face planes?
@rm-rf, thank you for the comment. I hope the example I've edited in clears things up. Let me know if there's anything else I can do to make this question more accessible. J.M., are you saying to use the inequalities for "on the side of the plane towards the center" in each case? If so, is there an easy way to do that automatically if I have too many planes to handle manually?