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Jan
19
revised V 10.3.1 kernel crashes after an evaluation on Mac OS X El Capitan
Corrected a misspelling.
Jan
19
answered V 10.3.1 kernel crashes after an evaluation on Mac OS X El Capitan
Jan
19
comment V 10.3.1 kernel crashes after an evaluation on Mac OS X El Capitan
Worked for me... Remove the "In[?]:=" in some of your declarations and it should produce answers.
Nov
13
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Nov
11
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
7
comment Mathematica Courses or Bootcamps?
This is an interesting question. MOOC's are offered which highlight and rely on MatLab as well as other Math/Programming implementations. A MOOC that relies on and highlights Mathematica would be a good thing!
Jun
18
comment Put together two ListLinePlot with right alignment
If I change the FrameTicks->{None, None, None, All} in the second ListLinePlot statement to FrameTicks->All, then the numeric Temperature scale appears on the plot
Jun
18
comment Put together two ListLinePlot with right alignment
I ran your exact code and I get a result where the Temperature scale is missing the number scale and the Time label is cut off half way up. I changed the ImagePadding to '75' from '50' to get all the labels to show. However, the Temperature scale is still missing? Any thoughts? I am running MMA 10.1.0 on OS X 10.10.3 ...
Dec
24
revised Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
Adding a little content to the answer based on a comment from a user.
Dec
24
comment Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
@Mr.Wizard I am not certain, I will check it out and report back.
Dec
24
comment Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
Thank you @YvesKlett, I found it somewhere from some post or example using the ListPointPlot3D. Seemed good for the MMA SE. ListPointPlot3D[ Table[Table[(4 Pi - t) {Cos[t + s Pi/2], Sin[t + s Pi/2], 0} + {0, 0, 2 t}, {t, 0, 4 Pi, .01}], {s, 4}], Filling -> Bottom, ColorFunction -> Function[{x, y, z}, Hue[z]], BoxRatios -> Automatic, FillingStyle -> Directive[LightGreen, Thick, Opacity[.1]], Axes -> None, Boxed -> False]
Dec
24
answered Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
Nov
13
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Jul
14
comment Kernel crash after idle in version 10.0
@rcollyer I am using MacOSX 10.8.5 on an Intel Core 2 Duo, 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3. I have tried to recreate incident but have not been successful. The incident occurred on a fresh system start performing a standard MMA Integration function operation.
Jul
14
comment Kernel crash after idle in version 10.0
Yes, I just had the same kernel "crash" or as was stated in my MacOS Activity Minitor, the process was UN-responsive. I had to do a Force Quit on the process.
Nov
25
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
25
comment Savitzky-Golay Filter to smooth noisy data
@Shukoff: You can use the existing code as is to calculate the data derivative. That is the beauty of the SG filter. This implementation is very similar to the Numerical Recipes implemetation (wire.tu-bs.de/OLDWEB/mameyer/cmr/savgol.pdf). Just use: SGSmooth[dataTable, win, order, 1] for 1st derivative, SGSmooth[dataTable, win, order, 2] for 2nd derivative, etc...
Nov
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
21
revised Savitzky-Golay Filter to smooth noisy data
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Nov
21
comment Savitzky-Golay Filter to smooth noisy data
@MarkusRoellig thank you finding this little typo. I fixed the above code to plot the smoothed data. I had originally used SGSmooth[] with additional embedded code and did not remove the ';'. My apologies...