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 Dec 19 comment Is it possible to improve Mathematica's auto-completion feature? Not enough Rammstein in the video... Dec 19 awarded Nice Answer Dec 19 revised Does Mathematica have a built-in date picker? added 230 characters in body Dec 19 revised Does Mathematica have a built-in date picker? clean up code & a bit more polished result Dec 19 awarded Nice Answer Dec 18 comment 3D spectrogram plots @VitaliyKaurov It is mentioned in the other thread. Please see my second answer on that question... Dec 18 comment 3D spectrogram plots Welcome to Mathematica at Stack Exchange! Your question was previously asked and has an accepted answer. Please see Sjoerd's answer in the linked question (see above) for a 3D spectrogram. Dec 18 comment Any built-in function to generate successive sublists from a list? @LeonidShifrin My "interest" is in getting a gold badge some day... hopefully without answering too many low hanging fruit :D (damn you for guilt-tripping me :P). But more seriously, I do like list-manipulation questions that are generic (i.e., not overly data specific)... it provides an excellent opportunity to learn different techniques (some that you might not even expect) Dec 18 comment Any built-in function to generate successive sublists from a list? @LeonidShifrin I thought of something like Flatten /@ Rest@FoldList[List, {}, {a, b, c, d}], but it was similar to your solution above and was hoping you'd post it Dec 18 comment Any built-in function to generate successive sublists from a list? "Cleaner" is subjective and in this case, I positively dislike having to use Range@Length@foo when I don't have to. Far cleaner to use MapIndexed and ignore #1 Dec 18 revised Any built-in function to generate successive sublists from a list? added 99 characters in body Dec 18 answered Any built-in function to generate successive sublists from a list? Dec 18 answered Does Mathematica have a built-in date picker? Dec 18 answered How can I improve this trial division procedure? Dec 18 comment How to sum over duplicates? Duplicate of: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/4332/5 Also related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/16115/5 Dec 17 comment How to print preview a selection? @P.Fonseca No, just the selection. I wasn't really sure what you meant by print preview of a selection and assumed you meant just a rasterized version of the selection for previewing... Dec 17 comment How to print preview a selection? Use Szabolcs' uploader, but don't upload :D Dec 17 revised Are you interested in purchasing David Wagner's “Power programming with Mathematica”? deleted 63 characters in body; edited tags Dec 17 reviewed Leave Open Are you interested in purchasing David Wagner's “Power programming with Mathematica”? Dec 17 revised Are you interested in purchasing David Wagner's “Power programming with Mathematica”? added 18 characters in body