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Aug
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comment How does Mathematica identify outliers?
@MichaelE2 Oh ok I missed it. So they prefer to explain it with an expression more than with a sentence but from what I understand a "near outlier" (represented by a filled circle) is a point which falls more than 1.5 times the interquartile range above the third quartile or below the first quartile, and a "far outlier" (empty circle) is a point which falls more than 3 times the interquartile range above the third quartile or below the first quartile.
Aug
4
asked How does Mathematica identify outliers?
Jul
31
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
30
asked Change the legend labels' font when PlotLegends is Automatic
Jul
30
accepted Change the inner color of markers
Jul
29
comment Change the inner color of markers
PlotTheme looks powerful. Will try it as soon as Mathematica 10 is downloaded!
Jul
29
comment Change the size of a graphic inside a legend
@Öskå it works really well!
Jul
29
comment Change the size of a graphic inside a legend
@Öskå in fact my problem is that I use Show to plot multiple graphics. Following this question mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/3518/… , it seems like the best solution is to use ShowLegend in this situation and PlotLegends won't work with Show?
Jul
29
comment Change the size of a graphic inside a legend
@Öskå Mathematica 9 told me it was obsolete, but it still seems to work, and I've seen many people on Stackexchange who don't recommend using PlotLegends? Was it before and now it works well?
Jul
29
comment Change the size of a graphic inside a legend
@Öskå version 9, although I might migrate to version 10 very soon, especially if you tell me it's easier to do so in version 10
Jul
29
asked Change the size of a graphic inside a legend
Jul
29
asked Change the inner color of markers
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
3
comment How to visualize a function with four arguments?
Yes it's clear. What about when you don't specify the Contours? What surface is plotted by default?
Jun
2
comment How to visualize a function with four arguments?
for example understand from the contour surfaces how my output varies when x increases, knowing all other inputs are fixed. Basically I don't really know how to read a ContourPlot3D. It's easier to read it when it's in the form ContourPlot3D[f==g, ...] but when in the form of ContourPlot3D[f, ...] I don't know what the plot represents
Jun
2
comment How to visualize a function with four arguments?
I'm having difficulties interpreting the contour surfaces in this plot. What do they represent exactly? How can I get a feeling of how my function behaves from the contour surfaces?
May
28
asked How to visualize a function with four arguments?
Mar
4
accepted Plotting a list in real time
Mar
3
comment Plotting a list in real time
@Szabolcs why is it that when I evaluate your commands the whole list is being plotted for a second and then after this delay only it starts plotting from x = 1?
Mar
3
comment Plotting a list in real time
@rm-rf you're correct, I want to display a pre-computed list of points sequentially