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Sep
10
comment How many triangles are there?
Why did you specify AspectRatio -> 1? That makes the triangles not remain equilateral.
Sep
10
comment Switching parameter lines on/off in a 3D parametric plot
A particularly appropriate choice of surface, too! +1
Sep
9
accepted Force change in aspect ratio of Inset image
Sep
9
accepted Changing BarLegend border style
Sep
9
comment Force change in aspect ratio of Inset image
Yes, it's just an example; my actual plots are more complicated. I don't want to use DensityPlot because if you export as PDF you can see ugly tessellation boundaries. ImageResize could work in a pinch, but I'm also curious if I can get Mathematica to just stretch the existing image.
Sep
9
asked Force change in aspect ratio of Inset image
Sep
8
asked Changing BarLegend border style
Sep
8
comment Multiple ListLogLogPlot from two data sets
PlotRange is inherited from the first plot. You can do Show[..., PlotRange -> All] to force it to include both plots. Alternatively, instead of using Show to combine two plots, I would recommend just doing a single ListLogLogPlot[{data1, data2}, ...].
Sep
7
comment How to convert a sparsearray to a graph?
@user19416: Why are you calling AdjacencyMatrix on something that is already a matrix? You need to do AdjacencyGraph[s] to get the adjacency graph.
Sep
7
comment Plot sphere not centered at the origin?
...or use ContourPlot3D.
Sep
5
comment How can I create a Distribution from its probability density function?
"ProbabilityDistribution[$\mathit{pdf}$, {$x$, $x_\min$, $x_\max$}] represents the continuous distribution with PDF $\mathit{pdf}$ in the variable $x$ where the $\mathit{pdf}$ is taken to be zero for $x < x_\min$ and $x > x_\max$."
Sep
5
comment Fitting composed model to experimental data
Wait, equation (2) has arbitrarily large roots for $c_b$, so your model contains massively oscillating terms $c_b\sin(c_b x/L)$? That doesn't sound right.
Sep
5
comment Request: Create a planar graph using Mathematica (at least v9)
It would be nice if whenever PlanarGraphQ returned false, it also provided a subgraph homeomorphic to $K_5$ or $K_{3,3}$ as proof. Oh well. Right now all I can say is that yes, Mathematica cannot draw this as a planar graph because (it claims that) the graph is not planar.
Sep
5
comment ContourPlot is slow and unwieldy and generates a large-data graphic
Does it help if you add Evaluated -> True to the plot, or if you define g[x_, y_] = Simplify[f[x, y]] and plot it instead? (Note, that's =, not :=.)
Sep
4
answered Indirect transformation based on a list of data points
Sep
4
comment Finding length of intersection of two surfaces
@Sparr: This is getting off-topic, but no, it does the same for curves that are not planar.
Sep
4
comment Simplify product of square roots
It is not always true that $\sqrt x\sqrt y=\sqrt{xy}$ when $x$ and $y$ are real; for example, take $x=y=-1$. If $x$ and $y$ are positive then it holds.
Sep
3
comment How to blend two photos in Mathematica?
I don't understand how your reply addresses my comment. My point was that your method does exactly the same thing as ImageAdd[forest, tiger].
Sep
3
answered Plotting a piecewise function with strange subdomains
Sep
3
comment Finding length of intersection of two surfaces
How come the RegionPlot of a space curve is a 2D plot?