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Mar
10
comment NestList on a function where one of the arguments is chosen by the user
Thank you both ever so much.
Mar
10
asked NestList on a function where one of the arguments is chosen by the user
Oct
22
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
1
comment How to fix BodePlot that comes with Mathematica?
Many thanks for the reply.
Oct
1
accepted How to fix BodePlot that comes with Mathematica?
Oct
1
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation on 10.0.1.0
@Leonid Shifrin. Many thanks. I can wait so don't worry.
Sep
29
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation on 10.0.1.0
@Leonid Shifrin. Many many thanks. The output of InstallR with 3.1.1 is InstallR::fail: Failed to install R. The following error was encountered: Unable to load dynamic libraries >>. The error mgs is different! I must be doing something wrong.
Sep
29
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation on 10.0.1.0
@Leonid Shifrin - Many thanks for the reply. I am running R version 3.1. /Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Version shows that I have a dir called 3.1, 3.0 and Current. When I issue the command InstallR["RHomeLocation"->"/Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Resources","RVersion"‌​->"3.1"] the same error msg comes out. "RVersion" -> "R-3.1.0" sends the same msg too. Any thoughts?
Sep
29
asked InstallR on OS X with external R installation on 10.0.1.0
Sep
28
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation
If I have to start a new thread, please let me know. Everything works fine with 10.0.0.0, however after Mathematica was updated to 10.0.1.0, the R version that I use cannot be called anymore. InstallR["RHomeLocation" -> "/Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Resources"] Failed to detect the R version from the specified path to R home \ directory. Try using the "RVersion" option to specify the R version explicitly
Sep
27
comment On using DiracDelta[t] in OutputResposne in version 10. Different result from version 9
It seems that the bug was not fixed on 10.0.1.0 too.
Sep
6
comment On using DiracDelta[t] in OutputResposne in version 10. Different result from version 9
Possible issues would do while bugs are not fixed!
Sep
4
awarded  Critic
Sep
4
comment On using DiracDelta[t] in OutputResposne in version 10. Different result from version 9
Does it mean that OutputReponse can only be used with DeltaDirac if one follows the trick shown above( fun = First@OutputResponse[sys, DiracDelta[t - 10^-27], t] // ComplexExpand // Simplify // Chop) ? Shouldn't a note be added to OutputResponse help on Mathematica?
Sep
4
comment On using DiracDelta[t] in OutputResposne in version 10. Different result from version 9
@Nasser many thanks for placing the question. I have the same problem on my mac.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
24
comment A simple ListPlot with different colours and a Tooltip
Many thanks. Adding Epilog as shown on the other does the job.
May
24
comment A simple ListPlot with different colours and a Tooltip
First of all, many thanks. Yes, it sounds like a static label. When I added PlotRange-> {{-0.5,1.5},{-0.5,1.5}} to see the labels, the size of the points have changed. Is that right? One final question - How can this solution be used inside Manipulate (y-values will change according to some rule) where only the plot is shown?
May
24
comment A simple ListPlot with different colours and a Tooltip
Yes. The first and the fourth have the same colour; the second and third point have the same colour but different from the previous set of points and finally the fifth point has a different colour when compared to the other two set of points.
May
24
asked A simple ListPlot with different colours and a Tooltip