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comment Equation solution using minimization
Can you elaborate on what properties of the function make it impossible to use ContourPlot?
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comment Transform an expression to remove the singularity
@MichaelE2: Yes, if I do a bunch of trigonometry to derive the appropriate substitution I can then plug it into Mathematica, but it would be nice to have a more automatic solution.
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comment How to refine the approximate solution of an implicit function?
FindRoot accepts an initial guess for the values of the unknowns.
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comment Is it possible to solve a certain set of nonlinear equations in Mathematica?
How about FindRoot?
May
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comment Is it possible to solve a certain set of nonlinear equations in Mathematica?
Have you tried Solve or NSolve?
May
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comment plotting a trig functions along with its envelope
@Solarmew: You first need to copy the definition of the Hilbert transform from the post I linked to. It also gives a discrete version of the transform, which you could use in much the same way on discrete data.
May
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comment “Real Graph example” to test algorithms
And ExampleData["NetworkGraph"] too I guess.
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May
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comment Window adjustment to see data points
Just PlotRange -> {0, 10} will work to set the range of the vertical axis.
May
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answered Problem with Erf near Infinity in NSolve
May
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comment Problem with Erf near Infinity in NSolve
Try cc[x_] := -Erfc[x] instead.
May
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comment Use two variables function (2d) with manipulate, plot and initial data
You're probably thinking of ListPlot, which is what you've written in your question. But ListPlot only makes 2D plots. For making 3D plots, you need to use ListPlot3D, which takes a list of points of the form {x1,x2,y}, and that's what Histograms' code produces.
May
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comment How to NIntegrate a function that is the result of another NIntegration
Why not just NIntegrate[y f[x] Exp[I k y Sin[x]] Conjugate[f[z]] Exp[-I k y Sin[z]], {x, a, b}, {z, a, b}, {y, c, d}]?
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comment How to solve numerically an equation which contains numerical intergration?
For one thing, DSolve is for solving differential equations. For another, an equation with a non-analytical integral is probably too hard for Solve and NSolve. Try FindRoot[..., {x, 1}].
May
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comment Contour plotting temperature data on a hemisphere or circle
Related: Density plot on the surface of sphere
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comment Computing symbolic surface normal of a surface point on a semialgebraic set
If $(x,y,z)$ is a point on the surface $f(x,y,z)=0$, then the surface normal at $(x,y,z)$ is $\nabla f(x,y,z)/\|\nabla f(x,y,z)\|$. So you just have to decide which of your three conditions is active at $(x,y,z)$ and use its normalized gradient.