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 Nov15 reviewed Close How to calculate improper integral Nov10 revised FontSize problematic when used in LabelStyle edited tags Nov6 comment Is there a way to control V10's undo length? @DumpsterDoofus See the note I added at the top. Nov6 revised Is there a way to control V10's undo length? added 226 characters in body Nov6 answered Is there a way to control V10's undo length? Nov4 revised How to get Python bindings to work on the Raspberry Pi added 189 characters in body Nov2 comment Which Mathematica function has the longest name (by character length?) The votes on this one must be killing you inside... ;) Nov2 comment Statistical Analyzis of Observed Data (Queuing Process) I think this would be better on Cross Validated, since the question is about appropriate statistical techniques for your problem. Nov2 awarded Enlightened Nov2 awarded Nice Answer Nov1 comment DumpsterDoofus's captivating generative art Can you give this a better title? Oct31 comment Command to take the first elements of a list that match a pattern What if my list is {1, 1, 111, 1111, 11111, 2, 3}? Oct31 reviewed Leave Open How to wrap a plot around a circle? Oct30 comment How to wrap a plot around a circle? @Sigur Try this: PolarPlot[funcs /. x -> y - π/2 // Evaluate, {y, 3π/2, -π/2}] Oct30 awarded Nice Answer Oct29 comment Division by zero is slow @Mr.Wizard Unfortunately, it looks a lot like your code too... what have you done to belisarius! :P Oct28 comment Classify Function : Sentiment Polarity @afentis Look up Naïve Bayes classifiers and hierarchical classification. Oct28 comment Classify Function : Sentiment Polarity @afentis If knowing which classifier is used and the details of the algorithm are important, then I highly suggest using python for this. Its NLTK and Machine Learning libraries are light years ahead of what Mathematica is currently offering. They've also been around for several years, as opposed to just 4 or so months for Mathematica, thus tried and tested and more importantly, bugs are actively fixed and new algorithms are routinely added. Oct26 comment Obtaining probability density function from a cumulative distribution function Ok, I was going to reopen it but kguler has already done it. Good luck! Oct23 awarded Good Answer