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Apr
6
comment Histograms with pre-counted data
So, your example data could be of this form: Tally[RandomInteger[1000, 1000000]]?
Apr
4
comment How can one nested list be used to find the positions of those values in another nested list?
And with a Flatten you get the simple positions.
Apr
1
answered recursively solve equation and saving the values
Mar
29
comment How to make a 3D globe?
To avoid the strange spirals I used: Texture[Rasterize[pic, ImageSize -> 1500]] instead of Show in Mark's code.
Mar
29
comment How to make a 3D globe?
It is very nice! +1.
Mar
28
answered How to make a 3D globe?
Mar
28
comment Trying to prove that $x\sin(\frac{\pi}{x})\ge\pi \cos(\frac{\pi}{x})$ for $x\ge 1$
I know it is not rigorous but I think Taylor series are good as an aproximation of results. Ideally you should use the infinite terms in series.
Mar
28
comment Sequentially numbering a nested list
Your replace is safer than mine :P. +1!
Mar
28
answered Sequentially numbering a nested list
Mar
28
answered Trying to prove that $x\sin(\frac{\pi}{x})\ge\pi \cos(\frac{\pi}{x})$ for $x\ge 1$
Mar
26
comment SIGSEGV error with 3D Plots
I use CentOS 5 and Fedora 15 & 16. With CentOS I had the same problem but only with graphics with many points. In Fedora 15 it always crash, but in Fedora 16 it doesn't. I tried with M7, M8, and M8.0.4. Updating from 8.0.1 to 8.0.4 doesn't help. Problem is not M but the system.
Mar
25
answered Replacing composite variables by a single variable
Mar
25
comment Splitting words into specific fragments
Maybe it works like the Overlaps option: StringPosition["archbishop", altelem, Overlaps -> All].
Mar
24
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Mar
23
comment How to generally match, unify and merge patterns?
@celtschk Yes, you are right, what I meant was a PatternUnion that simplifies too, simple union and intersection might be done using || (or Alternatives) or && as you showed. But like Union (which merges the list and delete duplicates) that function should simplify too. Interesting problem.
Mar
23
awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
23
answered Setting parts of a list
Mar
22
comment MapThread on a nested Map
I think the problem is not nested map, but nested pure functions with &. Try using Function as @ruebenko answer.
Mar
22
comment MapThread on a nested Map
Using Function is the best option to see if every thing is applied when you want.
Mar
18
comment Mathematica: finding min/max in list
+1. I did think about ordering, but used to think it was going to be terribly slow.