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comment Import selected columns from a tab delimited text file
@image_doctor How can I use this solution if 'my file.txt' is given as ToFileName[...]? Also, how is the command for reading the first four columns only?
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comment Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
It's working alright, thanks!
Sep
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comment Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
thanks! only one thing: the parameters pp have to be sorted. Or, would it be possible to modify your function such that if i give pp={3,2}, then i get a table which has the third parameter in the first dimension and the second parameter in the second dimension? Otherwise i can do this later using: newtab = newtab[[All, All, {2, 1, 3}]]; newtab = Transpose[newtab, {2, 1}]
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accepted Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
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comment Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
@bill s I added some explanations, is it now clear?
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revised Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
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comment Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
marginalization is supposed to do exactly what shown in the examples. The problem is that I don't know how to code a function that can do flexibly those jobs.
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asked Function to marginalize a table over given parameters
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comment About the number format in ticks
@Mr.Wizard Hi, I was wondering if it is possible to set the number of digits in e.g. the X axis (not necessarily only for LogPlot)
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comment About the number format in ticks
could you also write how to modify the number of digits for the tick labels, for example according to NumberForm[tick, {3, 2}]? thanks
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awarded  Yearling
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revised ListPlot with labels that appear when the pointer goes over the points
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accepted ListPlot with labels that appear when the pointer goes over the points
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comment ListPlot with labels that appear when the pointer goes over the points
Thanks! It is almost what I want. Say that I have a table tab of dimensions {100,3} and I want to use the first two columns for the plot and the third for the label. Do you know how to do that?
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asked ListPlot with labels that appear when the pointer goes over the points
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comment Row inside FrameLabel doesn't work in Mathematica 9
funny though that Graphics still accepts the sloppy way FrameLabel -> {"x", "y", Row[{"a", "b", "c"}, "+"]}
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accepted Row inside FrameLabel doesn't work in Mathematica 9