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comment How to simulate the 2-D motion of a particle under uniformly accelerated motion?
Can you explain what you mean by "simulate the motion"?
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comment RegionFunction generalized to plot a different colour/style for the largest expression
I do kind of want to hear that aside, but I'll understand if you're not inclined to typing it all up!
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comment RegionFunction generalized to plot a different colour/style for the largest expression
Are the questions different? "I have several functions of two variables defined in some region ... I'd like a plot to show at a glance the regions where each function is largest, with a different colour or similar" perfectly describes the other question (except for "smallest" vs. "largest").
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comment RegionFunction generalized to plot a different colour/style for the largest expression
Is this question "closely related" or an actual duplicate of the one you linked to? It certainly looks like a duplicate to me, but I haven't voted to close yet in case I'm missing something.
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revised Visualizing subgraphs while specifying the locations of vertexes
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answered Visualizing subgraphs while specifying the locations of vertexes
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revised Weird behaviour when using Scale, Rotate in Graphics
simplified example, added workaround
Nov
19
comment What is wrong with this code?
You could just specify a PlotRange: i.stack.imgur.com/VvfsJ.png
Nov
19
asked Weird behaviour when using Scale, Rotate in Graphics
Nov
19
comment A counterintuitive RegionPlot behavior
Can you explain why you say they are consistent? I already said why they are not.
Nov
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comment A counterintuitive RegionPlot behavior
I think you have some confusion. In the first plot you specify the range $\alpha\in[-1,0],\gamma\in[0,1]$ and then crop the result using PlotRange to $\alpha\in[0,1],\gamma\in[-1,0]$. These ranges are disjoint so it is not surprising that nothing is visible.
Nov
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revised A counterintuitive RegionPlot behavior
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Nov
19
comment A counterintuitive RegionPlot behavior
On the [bugs] tag: "This tag is reserved for questions where the problem has been vetted by this community and the observed behavior is confirmed to be a bug. Please do not use this tag for new questions."
Nov
19
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
19
comment Obtain polygons describing all intersections of many polygons
Another problem with an image processing approach is that if two edges intersect at a small angle you will get a chain of disconnected pixels: i.stack.imgur.com/TmEtp.png
Nov
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comment Obtain polygons describing all intersections of many polygons
You could use a binary encoding: assign each shape a colour that has exactly 1 nonzero bit, rasterize each on a black background, then use ImageAdd. But you can only distinguish up to 24 shapes.
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
17
comment How to detect outlier in data of an unknown function $f(x)$
I don't think I would call the errors in your data outliers as such (i.stack.imgur.com/h6MwF.png). There seems to be a small systematic offset that comes and goes.
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comment Visually Separating Cliques in Graphs
Instead of separating the cliques physically, have you considered colouring them using HighlightGraph, like in the example for FindGraphPartition?