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Jul
11
answered How to use the Testing Notebook to test a package?
Jul
11
comment ParametricPlot - Problem with ColorFunction
Something like (Hue[#3] &)?
Jul
11
comment Neural Network and New Mathematica version
You should ask this to Wolfram support or community.wolfram... there is no way for us to know what WRI's or SW's plans are :)
Jul
9
comment How can estimate the PSF function to deblur an image of plate licence of a car
I enhanced it, like in Jens' suggestion :D
Jul
9
comment How can estimate the PSF function to deblur an image of plate licence of a car
i.stack.imgur.com/2gU8E.png
Jul
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
8
comment How to preserve In/Out tags like what they did in documentation files
@Naitree I was wrong then :) Mike's answer is the correct one
Jul
8
comment How to preserve In/Out tags like what they did in documentation files
@YvesKlett Can't use mma right now, so no dice. Please feel free to post it as an answer after verifying that it does work... I'm not sure I got the steps in the right order :)
Jul
8
comment How to preserve In/Out tags like what they did in documentation files
The documentation notebooks have Savable -> False, so you can edit but not save them. So all you need to do is to start with a clean kernel (Quit), evaluate the notebook, save and then set Saveable to False.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
1
comment How to color a BSplineSurface
@BeauGeste Please try to merge your accounts using this page
Jun
27
comment Solve prints message saying that it cannot solve my equation
@Mr.Wizard That is the default "off-topic" reason; people actually voted for m_goldberg's comment above. It would be nice if the system inserted his comment into the banner, but that option has been ruled out (because you could then close things with "OP is a jackass", which is not nice and the banner would make it look official). We can edit the wording though, and I would suggest the following change (in bold): "The question does not concern the technical computing software Mathematica by Wolfram Research or does not adhere to the community guidelines for acceptable questions."
Jun
26
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
25
comment Finding the right DeleteCases pattern for <<199>>
_Skeleton -> Sequence[] (related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/15188/5)
Jun
23
awarded  Announcer
Jun
22
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
21
answered Longest path in 0/1 matrix
Jun
21
comment Longest path in 0/1 matrix
You could use the image processing functions to find the connected components and sort them by length. The pixel positions can easily be mapped back to the matrix index