Reputation
39,610
Next tag badge:
197/100 score
19/20 answers
Badges
8 108 201
Impact
~967k people reached

22h
comment How may I avoid ParametricPlot3D clipping?
The "golden ratio" scaling is for Plot[]/ListPlot[]. ParametricPlot3D[] has the BoxRatios -> Automatic setting by default.
22h
comment How may I avoid ParametricPlot3D clipping?
Patrick, that's an interesting rep number that you have… :)
22h
comment What am I missing in this highly oscillatory integral?
It has been a while since I last looked at Levin's paper, but in the meantime: have you seen this?
22h
revised What am I missing in this highly oscillatory integral?
edited tags
23h
comment Speeding up the built-in Rudin-Shapiro and Thue-Morse sequence functions
@Daniel, is there any chance you can bring this up to the relevant people?
23h
comment What Method options does FindInstance accept?
At least some of those look like they're supposed to be options for CylindricalDecomposition[]
23h
revised How to avoid these garbage and missing mesh lines in ParametricPlot3D?
edited tags
23h
comment How may I avoid ParametricPlot3D clipping?
I think it's safe to say that I have some experience with using ParametricPlot3D[], considering that I was already using it back when it was a function that had to be loaded through a package. And yes, you are not the first special snowflake to be sideswiped by Mathematica trying to guess the "best features" of your plot and then clipping the plot range accordingly.
23h
comment Eisenstein Series in Mathematica?
If you can wait until Saturday, I can post the routine I have for evaluating Eisenstein series. Note that WeierstrassInvariants[] is of course a scaled version of $E_4$ and $E_6$.
1d
revised How may I eliminate a gap appearing in a surface drawn with ParametricPlot3D?
rolled back to a previous revision
1d
comment How may I avoid ParametricPlot3D clipping?
As I see it, your question was in no way specific to the use of the cloud, so I have removed it.
1d
revised How may I avoid ParametricPlot3D clipping?
edited tags
1d
revised Crank-Nicolson scheme for the Schrödinger equation
deleted 2 characters in body; edited title
1d
comment Upgrade to Windows 10
@dionys, notice the "most" and "should"… some amount of wiggle room still left. :)
1d
comment Speeding up the built-in Rudin-Shapiro and Thue-Morse sequence functions
@Oleksandr, it's in the notebook in the MathWorld entry I linked to, I believe.
1d
comment Interpolation of a NURBS curve
I do not have access to a computer right now to check. Let me get back to you when I can do so.
1d
comment How to define the Bernstein function like the built-in BernsteinBasis?
@Shutao, I'm clearly missing the point of the explicit Piecewise[] as they are supposed to be implicit in the definition for the Bernstein functions. I don't have time to look at this in detail right now, but I did give you the correct general formula. You only have to specialize it to the first derivative case.
1d
comment Interpolation of a NURBS curve
@Shutao, clamped uniform knots over $[0,1]$ are used by default, if memory serves.
1d
comment Upgrade to Windows 10
For completeness, can you include the version of Mathematica you have in your question?
1d
revised Upgrade to Windows 10
added 4 characters in body; edited tags