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Nov
22
comment Is Mathematica worth it for me?
@MichaelE2 Ah, thanks. Missed that part in the OP. Will delete comment.
Nov
19
comment a question about Stylesheet (pastelSolarized)
I wrote that stylesheet. You can read this answer for a little more on how to modify the different styles yourself. What you probably need is FontWeight -> "Bold" in either StandardForm or under one of the style tokens in AutoStyleOptions.
Nov
16
comment Draw a de Bruijn graph with random vertex size
@halmir Hmm... It doesn't show up as a perfect loop here :( 10.3 on OS X El Capitan
Nov
16
comment Draw a de Bruijn graph with random vertex size
@Silvia Good catch! I couldn't get it to work with EdgeShapeFunction but I knew it was possible using the older GraphPlot, so I've updated my answer with a perfect-circle self-loop version :)
Nov
16
revised Draw a de Bruijn graph with random vertex size
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Nov
16
answered Draw a de Bruijn graph with random vertex size
Nov
16
comment Subscript vs. Brackets
See Clear does not work on subscripted symbols for an example of how this can trip you up.
Nov
16
revised How to implement the general array broadcasting method from NumPy?
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Nov
14
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Nov
8
comment Does Mathematica have a built-in date picker?
Note this comment by JxB. Apparently their answer was inspired by this but it supposedly crashes the frontend.
Nov
7
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Oct
31
comment How to tame the wild MMA?
eqClass = {Equal, SameQ, Unequal, UnsameQ, Less, LessEqual, Greater, GreaterEqual}; ClearAll[a]; a /: h_[a[x_], a[y_]] /; MemberQ[eqClass, h] := h[Round[x], Round[y]]; {a[3] == a[3.01], a[3] != a[4]} would be a way to go, but there's probably something being lost in translation here?
Oct
31
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Oct
30
comment Generating a broken or snipped axis in ListPlot
@JasonB It looks like the default padding for plots might have changed. Try using ImagePadding -> {{40, 20}, {10, 5}} for the bottom one and {{40, 20}, {5, 5}}, for the top one. It's unfortunate that it now requires a little bit of fiddling... I'll try to think of something.
Oct
27
comment how to import a matlab 3 dimensional array into mathematica
Have you seen this: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/24478/5
Oct
18
comment Exclude one point from the RegionPlot
Excluding a point would look the same as not excluding it. Perhaps you want to exclude a small region around the point of interest? If so, would just placing a white Point be an acceptable solution to your needs?
Oct
18
comment Follow up: how to plot a function under NDSolve domain
Try changing myrotorz1's definition as myrotorz1[x_?NumericQ, y_?NumericQ, t_?NumericQ] and probably also for all the Ψ and see if that helps.
Oct
13
revised AssociationMap loses definition
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Oct
10
comment Best way to count this?
Ahem: p["p"]... :D (To be fair to you, the OP didn't mention that they only wanted to count symbols although that's how I interpreted the question)
Oct
5
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