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Nov
13
comment 3D view of a route shown on a map
I don't know...
Nov
13
revised How to speed up the function DelaunayTriangulation?
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Nov
12
answered 3D view of a route shown on a map
Nov
12
reviewed Reviewed Plotting several numerical solutions plus the analytic solution of ODE in one plot
Nov
12
reviewed Close How do I create inline TraditionalForm expressions, and control their formatting?
Nov
12
comment Is there a way to hide or toggle the visibility of code?
@Mr.Wizard youtu.be/GiPe1OiKQuk
Nov
12
comment 3D view of a route shown on a map
This shouldn't be very hard to do. Using Line or Arrow to draw the primitives, update the list of points to add a new point as time progresses. This gives you the list of frames for the movie. You can then use ListAnimate or Export as a gif or a movie. If you want a close up view from the top and move along the map as the direction changes, use ImageTake to focus on only a WxH rectangle centered at the latest point. I suggest that you make an attempt first and show us what you've tried.
Nov
12
answered Is there a way to hide or toggle the visibility of code?
Nov
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revised Prevent Plus from threading InterpolatingFunction
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Nov
12
comment Ubuntu 12.10 no window focus on help browser
You might want to try your luck at Ask Ubuntu
Nov
12
comment Reduce distances between vertices of graph to minimum possible?
Yeah, CA is on the left. Oh well, was worth a try :) In any case, I do think that an approach like Daniel's answer is the way to go. You can then use the centers and radii from the optimization program and feed it to Graph
Nov
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comment Reduce distances between vertices of graph to minimum possible?
Heh, that was what I tried too at first. Try this on your US graph: $ComponentLayouts = {"CircularEmbedding", "HighDimensionalEmbedding", "LayeredDrawing", "LinearEmbedding", "RadialEmbedding", "RandomEmbedding", "SpiralEmbedding", "SpringElectricalEmbedding", "SpringEmbedding"}; $PackingLayouts = {"ClosestPacking", "ClosestPackingCenter", "Layered", "LayeredLeft", "LayeredTop", "NestedGrid"}; Outer[Graph[edges, VertexShapeFunction -> vsf, GraphLayout -> {"ComponentLayout", #, "PackingLayout" -> #2}]~ Labeled~{#, #2} &, $ComponentLayouts, $PackingLayouts] // Grid
Nov
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comment Reduce distances between vertices of graph to minimum possible?
Something like in this Q&A is what Daniel was referring to. If you modify his answer a little bit to handle circles instead of squares, you end up with this, which looks pretty decent.
Nov
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comment How do I define functions in TraditionalForm?
No, the intent is not clear — see the example in my above comment (I was editing it when you posted yours).
Nov
12
comment How do I define functions in TraditionalForm?
Even if it is possible, it's probably not a very good idea to indulge in code gymnastics just to be able to make your code look like a latex document. At some point it will break and you'll be left wondering what went wrong. I'd strongly urge keeping code in StandardForm and use TraditionalForm only for output formatting or in labels/text, etc. Besides, how will you differentiate the $f(x)$ in f[x_] = 2 and f[x] = 2? Both are valid definitions, but your usage above makes it ambiguous. (note, I didn't down vote).
Nov
11
reviewed Reviewed Cournot Equilibrium
Nov
11
comment How to perform fuzzy lookup between lists?
@SjoerdC.deVries That's because this is a fuzzy question :D
Nov
11
revised How to expand terms within an integral?
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Nov
10
comment How to expand terms within an integral?
Please look at the link that Artes posted, which explains why such an expansion would be wrong in general and also a way to do it nevertheless. This is a duplicate of that question and will be closed as such @Artes, please vote to close instead of flagging, since you have the rep to do it :)
Nov
10
reviewed Reviewed Both Sin[x]==0 && Cos[x]==0 as a solution