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Sep
19
revised Working with calculations that depend on the previous value in a list
Put generalized fibonacci example up top.
Sep
19
revised Working with calculations that depend on the previous value in a list
Added a good generalized example.
Sep
19
revised Working with calculations that depend on the previous value in a list
For clarity and dealing with the more general case.
Sep
19
comment Working with calculations that depend on the previous value in a list
That's essentially the same as Map. Another way to phrase what I'm looking for would be Mapping a list, which allows my function to look up other values in the list, rather than just the value it's working on.
Sep
19
asked Working with calculations that depend on the previous value in a list
Aug
17
accepted How to correctly project heat map onto map
Aug
6
awarded  Revival
Aug
5
answered Is there a site where you can run mathematica without having to download anything?
Aug
5
comment Updating values in a Dataset
Indeed it is a duplicate of this issue. Apparently it will be resolved in time.
Aug
5
asked Updating values in a Dataset
Aug
5
accepted How to clean up messy data
Aug
4
awarded  Yearling
Aug
4
comment How to correctly project heat map onto map
Why do does the histogram smooth so much on the X axis? Even if I use a PDF smoother it seems wildly inaccurate. I'm sure it isn't, but something seems off there.
Aug
3
revised How to correctly project heat map onto map
added 155 characters in body
Aug
3
awarded  Teacher
Aug
3
answered Problem setting up C compiler on a Mac
Aug
3
comment Problem setting up C compiler on a Mac
Very likely you need to install Xcode. unless things changed with Mavericks, OSX has a compiler available but not installed by default.
Aug
3
asked How to correctly project heat map onto map
Aug
2
revised How to clean up messy data
Editing to hopefully inspire more techniques for dealing with messy data.
Aug
2
comment How to clean up messy data
Responding to myself, but I think I have a more elegant solution. Map[GeoPosition[ ToExpression@{#["lat"], #["lng"] }] &, asamdataset]