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Jun
17
comment Smooth Peter de Jong attractor
Nice! BTW, this approach (using Java/C/C++ with Mathematica) is quite common on this site and even encouraged when appropriate (as it is in this case). Welcome to the site (even though you've had an account for ~2 years) :)
Jun
17
revised Smooth Peter de Jong attractor
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Jun
15
comment Smooth Peter de Jong attractor
Nice! i.stack.imgur.com/YxIgU.png
Jun
11
reviewed Reopen How to control the layering of graphics displayed with Show
Jun
11
comment How would you efficiently implement BinListsBy?
Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/3981/5
Jun
11
revised Options which require RuleDelayed
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Jun
11
revised Opening .nb in other software or exporting to other languages
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Jun
9
comment Tell Mathematica to factor something specific
@LoveLearning People are trying to help you here... please give a concrete example — i.e. actual terms for A1, A2 and A3. We cannot answer for hypothetical and general questions because the strategy will differ depending on what your terms are. I suggest looking at the link in Artes' first comment above.
Jun
9
comment Tell Mathematica to factor something specific
@Artes (re: deleted comment) Was that really necessary? You can downvote + close if it was really that bad, but you have not done so...
Jun
8
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
7
answered Access wi-fi raw data
Jun
7
comment How to downsample a time series
Lowpass filter first and then downsample. Both of these are straightforward from the docs.
Jun
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
5
comment Solarized stylesheet and other goodies. Feedback welcome!
Since you have an answer there which is almost exactly the same, you can perhaps delete this post... that way, you'll only have one place to maintain and people need to leave feedback only once (and it won't get split).
Jun
5
awarded  Guru
Jun
4
comment Handling ± in a set of equations
@Lawerance Copy-paste as usual and then use this plugin
May
30
comment My “N” turned red randomly
If you liked the red coloring because it helped you identify built-in symbols easily, you can do it the following way: Evaluate SetOptions[$FrontEndSession, "AutoStyleOptions" -> {"SymbolContextStyles" -> {"System`" -> Magenta}}] (change to your favourite color) and use it for a while. If you like how it works, change $FrontEndSession to $FrontEnd and this will persist across sessions.
May
30
comment My “N” turned red randomly
Hello, this is not a bug. You probably had another symbol named N that was on your path and Mathematica was warning you about potential name collisions or shadowing. Please see my answer in the linked duplicate for an explanation and a reproducible example.