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revised How to calculate scalar curvature Ricci tensor and Christoffel symbols in Mathematica?
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revised How to calculate scalar curvature Ricci tensor and Christoffel symbols in Mathematica?
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revised How can I solve Tan[t] - t == F[x] for t as a function of x?
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reviewed Approve How can I solve Tan[t] - t == F[x] for t as a function of x?
Dec
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revised What is Mathematica's equivalent to MATLAB's Simulink?
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revised What is Mathematica's equivalent to MATLAB's Simulink?
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Dec
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revised How do you remove noise to detect just the human voice?
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comment How do you remove noise to detect just the human voice?
@ubpdqn You'll have to filter the correct band for the sound sample that Vitaliy used. I was addressing OP's question where they wanted to filter their data (not shared) between 60 and 180 Hz.
Dec
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revised Executing Mathematica script from inside SQL Server
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reviewed Approve Simplifying expressions using rules that span nonconsecutive terms
Dec
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awarded  Enlightened
Dec
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comment Why does SocialMediaData return such a small FollowerNetwork?
Unrelated to your question, but could you check if you can access another account's public follower list if you authorize the app?
Dec
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comment How do I reassign canonical ordering of symbols?
Could you elaborate on how Mathscape might be used here with Mathematica? Your answer implies that it is easy to use it, but does not show how. As you say, "Mathscape appears to be relatively unknown among Mathematica users.", so some examples would help.
Dec
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reviewed Approve rlink tag wiki excerpt
Nov
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comment How do I designate arguments in a nested map?
I can't figure out how to leave #2 "empty": You might be able to get away with FunctionMap[Function[x, Map[f[#1, x] &, list1]], list2] — although I'd use Outer myself.
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reviewed Reviewed Is there a keyboard shortcut for hiding the suggestion bar?
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revised Is there a keyboard shortcut for hiding the suggestion bar?
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reviewed Reviewed Simplify Binomial Function
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revised Simplify Binomial Function
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reviewed Reviewed Generating a range of numbers according to some rules