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Dec
14
revised Obtaining the Fourier transform of an operator
appended answer 16316 as supplemental
Dec
14
revised Obtaining the Fourier transform of an operator
appended answer 16316 as supplemental
Dec
14
comment Is there a Mathematica equivalent to MATLAB's logspace?
Duplicate: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/13226/5
Dec
14
comment Possible bug in v9.0 Rest[] function
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Dec
14
revised Possible bug in v9.0 Rest[] function
rolled back to a previous revision
Dec
14
revised Obtaining the Fourier transform of an operator
deleted 53 characters in body
Dec
13
reviewed Close Importing .zip file
Dec
13
reviewed Approve Plotting complex numbers
Dec
13
reviewed Approve How can I prevent ColorFunction from disabling antialiasing in graphics?
Dec
13
comment How can I save as PDF without file size getting too large?
what version of Mathematica are you using?
Dec
13
reviewed Approve How to show legend in a combined plot of many lists,
Dec
13
reviewed Approve Solve 1-D function that has 2-D interpolating functions
Dec
13
reviewed Approve Matrix Plot – Little Exercise
Dec
12
comment How do you force a decimal output?
Duplicate of: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/771/5
Dec
12
reviewed Approve remove -1 values from a list
Dec
12
reviewed Approve remove -1 values from a list
Dec
12
answered Where does Mathematica install command line tools on OS X Lion?
Dec
12
revised How do I evaluate several n-th derivatives of a function at one point?
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Dec
12
reviewed Approve How do I evaluate several n-th derivatives of a function at one point?
Dec
12
reviewed Approve How do I evaluate several n-th derivatives of a function at one point?