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 Mar 19 comment Proper way to produce StreamPlot What is the ODE you're trying to plot the trajectories of? Mar 17 comment interpolating a smooth closed surface to a non-uniform data set (ListSurfacePlot3D) Perhaps you could convert the data into spherical coordinates, perform interpolation of $r$ as a function of $(\theta, \phi)$, and use SphericalPlot3D. (Or analogously: cylindrical coordinates, $r$ from $(z,\theta)$, RevolutionPlot3D.) Mar 15 comment How can I visualize a map $f:T^2\to T^2$? What is $zw$ when $z,w\in S^1$? Are we interpreting $S^1$ as a subset of $\mathbb C$? Mar 9 revised What's the cleanest functional-programming style way to perform this list operation? deleted 23 characters in body Mar 8 comment How to add an outline around a closed 3D surface? Mar 6 comment Why does the asterisk go up when you switch from input to another mode? I've rolled the question back to the original one. Mar 6 revised Why does the asterisk go up when you switch from input to another mode? rolled back to a previous revision Mar 6 comment How to merge several partially overlapping screenshots into one image? You don't need to crop it exactly, you just need to get rid of the top bar assuming you know roughly how big it is. Mar 6 comment Ugly rendering of curve with ParametricPlot3D and NDSolve Just doing Plot[Sin[k x], {x, 0, 1}]] with a very large k should be an MWE, shouldn't it? Mar 6 comment Ugly rendering of curve with ParametricPlot3D and NDSolve If you turn down MaxRecursion to like 0 or 1 then it should be safe to increase PlotPoints beyond 1000. Mar 6 comment How to merge several partially overlapping screenshots into one image? Possibly related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/32612/484 Mar 6 comment How to merge several partially overlapping screenshots into one image? Life would be easier if you first crop out the top of image2, image3 etc before attempting anything automatic. Mar 4 comment Can Mathematica solve Plateau's problem (finding a minimal surface with specified boundary)? @Michael: Well, you can try defining a different initial surface that is closer to the solution. My createInitialSurface is a pretty simple starting guess, not a silver bullet. As for drawing Gauss maps, I don't know anything about that, you could ask a new question. Feb 26 comment Find Background noise in Image The last image itself seems like a good picture of the noise. Feb 25 comment How to plot list of numbers in the complex plane? @Lovsovs: Note carefully the presence of parentheses around (x /. sol) in my comment and in the first half of murray's answer. Feb 25 revised How to plot list of numbers in the complex plane? added 6 characters in body Feb 25 comment How to plot list of numbers in the complex plane? sol is not a list of complex numbers. sol is a list of replacement rules, each of which replaces x with a complex number. So you should plot (x /. sol) instead of sol directly. Feb 19 answered Plotting the image of a curve under a flow Feb 11 awarded Yearling Feb 11 comment Do Any of the filter functions perform a LOESS or LOWESS filter? I don't think you understood my comment. What does that have to do with the difference between loess and lowess? Wikipedia and Mathworks say the difference is between linear and quadratic regression, R and the stats SE answer say the difference is between bivariate and multivariate data, but everyone agrees that both do a local weighting that falls off near the edge of the window, unlike your comment. Anyway, if you're looking for a locally weighted regression, my answer linked by MarcoB does do that.