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Student from RWTH Aachen University in Germany.


Aug
24
comment Changing background colour of a Manipulate element
@NasserM.Abbasi Good advice, because I intend to deploy my notebook as a CDF. Would the wrapper cause problems then? If so, I may post a new thread on this issue.
Aug
24
comment Changing background colour of a Manipulate element
@VitalyKaurov I'm sorry. I didn't pay attention for a sec.
Aug
24
comment Changing background colour of a Manipulate element
@VitaliyKaurov Good one! In my case I think I can delete the BaseStyle-Options within the Framed-environment. Otherwise somehow the corners look very pixeled.
Aug
24
accepted Changing background colour of a Manipulate element
Aug
24
revised Changing background colour of a Manipulate element
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Aug
24
asked Changing background colour of a Manipulate element
Aug
22
revised Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
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Aug
22
comment Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
I like your answer since it follows my idea, but I have to admit that Artes is right: the problem is not recursive if you use Partition.
Aug
22
accepted Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
Aug
22
comment Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
@Artes Sorry, I did not pay attention! :-/ Best answer to my question!
Aug
22
revised Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
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Aug
22
asked Problems with setting style options
Aug
20
comment Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
Works perfect and at least five times faster than my approach. However, I have one more question: What if rec needs two arguments. For instance: rec[dat_,k_]:= Append[dat[[2 ;; -1]], Round@RandomVariate[NormalDistribution[1000, k*1000]]]?
Aug
20
asked Building a list recursive with one or more arguments
Aug
17
asked Basic question about Dynamic
Aug
14
comment Using patterns in ReplaceAll to extract elements from tuples at arbitrary depths
@R.M: Thanks for the comment. Please see edit.
Aug
14
asked Using patterns in ReplaceAll to extract elements from tuples at arbitrary depths
Aug
13
asked Evaluation of Notebook chosen by FileNameSetter
Jun
29
asked Problems with visual update in GUI
Jun
29
accepted Basic questions about GUI