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Student from RWTH Aachen University in Germany.


Feb
14
awarded  Student
Feb
14
comment List of different values which have to be formatted differently
I would like to have two tables each with two columns: country name & growth and country name & date.
Feb
14
comment List of different values which have to be formatted differently
The output should be as in Output[2260] and Output[2271]. Perhaps further explanation helps to understand: As explained I have to cope with a large list of values, namely CompleteQuarterlyStatDataBySubjects[[j]][[i]]. As I am doing an econometric analysis this list contains 24 economic indicators (such as GDP and imports figures), whereas j stands for the indicators. In addition, for each indicator I have calculated 9 key figures (such as growth rates), represented by i. Each of this key figures need to be formatted in a different way as indicated in In[2260] and In[2271].
Feb
14
comment List of different values which have to be formatted differently
Ups. Missed that one, but this even though, it does not work.
Feb
14
asked List of different values which have to be formatted differently
Feb
10
accepted Mathematica: Retrieving PlotRange from Histogram
Feb
10
comment Mathematica: Retrieving PlotRange from Histogram
Works perfect. Thank you Rolf! One more issue appeared after setting the plot range as I wanted it to be. For the second histogram Mathematica draws at the level of the minimum value a line which I cannot get rid of (e.g. by GridLines->None). Do you have any suggestions on that issue? Code: HistogramFirst=Histogram[data, PlotRange -> Automatic] HistogramSecond=Histogram[data, PlotRange -> {-8, 0}]
Feb
10
asked Mathematica: Retrieving PlotRange from Histogram