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Feb
15
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
15
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@murray I'm aware and it was a conscious decision to not stick to the default Mathematica style too closely. I don't think primary colors do well in latex documents/HTML where you don't have the luxury of pressing F1 or Ctrl-W as in the notebook. Besides, using gray for ::bar, (* comment *) and "a string" is confusing as well. It is easy to change the colors though. If there is sufficient interest for it, I can even provide a theme mathematica-default that uses the exact default palette from the notebook.
Feb
15
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@MikaIke Please see my answer below.
Feb
15
answered Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
Feb
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
10
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
2
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
1
revised Labeling solutions of an Eigenvalue equation involving Bessel functions
appended answer 103744 as supplemental
Jan
30
comment Append in For loop doesn't work
Look up AppendTo
Jan
29
comment Equating matrices (or higher order tensors) element-wise
@OleksandrR. I must say, this answer was written before I had fully grokked this answer :)
Jan
26
comment Artistic image vectorization
Please take a look at the edit when you can :)
Jan
26
revised Artistic image vectorization
added 568 characters in body
Jan
26
comment Faces and NetFaces relation in polyhedron
@ybeltukov Szabolcs won't be notified by your comment since he hasn't participated in this thread. Please ping him in chat; he's usually lurking in there or checks the transcript.
Jan
26
comment Creating a cloud of blocks that form I ♥ U in different viewpoints
Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/701/5
Jan
26
comment Artistic image vectorization
Using VoronoiMesh in v10 makes this much faster than BoundedDiagram and allows you to sample more points and still finish in under 20-30 secs. (It does require changing some of the structure of colorList and the call to Graphics.) Probably too long to post as a comment, but I can add it as an edit it if you'd like.
Jan
22
comment List of Mathematica related acronyms and their real meaning
I would like to add WTF, which is the feeling a user has when Mathematica crashes unexpectedly all too often. The same acronym is also the feeling when one realizes that WRI has been focusing on bloatware and vaporware instead of improving performance of core functionality and fixing bugs. :P
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
comment What are some “real-world” applications of Mathematica?
As for examples, Optica (which is a Mathematica package that is as expensive as Mathematica itself) comes to mind. Also checkout Emerald Cloud Lab where their entire workflow was built in Mathematica.
Jan
17
comment What are some “real-world” applications of Mathematica?
I love this phrasing: "Mathematica's primary usefulness is in encouraging a kind of intellectual dilettantism." — doesn't really say much specific, but sounds fancy and is somewhat accurate from a certain point of view. I'm going to steal it for use in conversations :P Coming to the closure: I agree with the comments above that answering this is rather difficult due to the restrictions placed in (i) and (ii). I'm personally curious about what people have to say about this and probably might have thrown in a reopen vote, but I won't do so now since my vote will override everyone else's.
Jan
13
revised Mathematica with MongoDB database
appended answer 103967 as supplemental