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Dec
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reviewed Reject Manipulate plot
Dec
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comment Animate skips frames and hard to control speed.
Also check ArrayPlot, I think it is faster than MatrixPlot, and you might try to precompute stuff, like the Prime[Range[400]], not big overhead, but you can keep the list in a variable. Also writing it all as an expression is slightly faster than with pure functions just applied once.
Dec
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Dec
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comment How should I correct in the sintaxis of URLExecute
Second parameter of URLExecute are GET/POST parameters. Your "Method" and "Headers" should be options of URLExecute, not the second parameter.
Dec
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comment ImportString JSON possible bug
Are you using Windows? I've seen that before in a Windows computer. He got rid of the problem after updating the operative system, but not sure if it was just coincidence.
Dec
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comment Using SendMail with new Google Security Rules
SendMail uses SMTP, and as far as I see, that protocol is under the "less secure apps" yet.
Nov
27
comment Compact Map of USA with Alaska and Hawaii shown under California
Unfortunate, Inset is the best answer to your question yet. Maybe an improvement could be placing it automatically using GeoDestination + GeoDisplacement instead of writing yourself the coordinates for the Inset.
Nov
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answered Combine Stereographic “Entity” Plot of Arctic Sea with Contour Plot
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Dec
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answered Using a variable to tell Mathematica which existing variable to manipulate
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answered Clustering of peaks in 2D spectra
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comment How to completely reinstall Wolfram Workbench on linux
Did you remove the preferences directory /home/.../.eclipse? Maybe it helps to clean it completely.