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Apr
14
revised What is the difference between prefix/postfix notations and map?
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Apr
14
revised Iterative Function Mapping
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Apr
14
comment Extracting the integers from a list
.. or Gamma[lst] - (lst - 1)! :D
Apr
14
revised List reversion inspired by Python
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Apr
14
comment Thick border on some ParametricPlot3D objects
@J.M. I agree, and this used to trip me up quite often in the past.
Apr
14
answered Extracting the integers from a list
Apr
14
answered Thick border on some ParametricPlot3D objects
Apr
14
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Apr
14
revised Is there a built in function to obtain the back diagonal of a matrix?
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Apr
13
answered Is there a built in function to obtain the back diagonal of a matrix?
Apr
13
comment Is there a built in function to obtain the back diagonal of a matrix?
What is a "back diagonal"? Do you mean the "skew diagonal" or "anti diagonal"?
Apr
13
reviewed No Action Needed How can I use FindRoot on an expression from NDSolve?
Apr
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I use FindRoot on an expression from NDSolve?
Apr
12
comment WhenEvent in NDSolve
Well, in that case you can update your question. Note that where the line is drawn between a "continuation" and a "totally new question" differs from person to person, but updating the post is the way to go
Apr
12
revised Creating hexahedral finite elements in Mathematica
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Apr
12
comment WhenEvent in NDSolve
If you have a new question, you should post it as a new question instead of an "answer"
Apr
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using transfer function model to generate state space model
Apr
8
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Apr
8
comment Efficiently filling area with disks located at certain points
@einbandi It's been a while since I played with Daniel's code there, but I believe you can just set the penalty for moving the center to infinity
Apr
7
comment Efficiently filling area with disks located at certain points
You can use Daniel's answer here and simply replace the overlap function he uses with an appropriate one for circles (e.g. r1 + r2 > EuclideanDistance[c1, c2])