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Mar
21
accepted Problem using NDSolve
Mar
21
comment Problem using NDSolve
Thanks very much!
Mar
21
asked Problem using NDSolve
Mar
11
comment Problem when merging cells including commentary
Thanks very much for the helpful comments, I'll upgrade then.
Mar
8
asked Problem when merging cells including commentary
Mar
8
answered bar and hat only apply to certain letters
Feb
28
comment Problem displaying eps exported histograms in Word 2010
Oh so Mathematica exported EPS histograms work fine on your machines? My system is Mathematica 9, Word 2010 and Windows 7. By the way Word 2010 only displays the preview image integrated into PostScript code. EPS output in Word on the monitor always looks crappy, but perfect in print.
Feb
26
comment Problem displaying eps exported histograms in Word 2010
Thanks for your swift comments. I tried both printing to pdf and printing to paper and in both cases it only shows "This image cannot currently be displayed", the same message as in word,perhaps some standard error image. I want to use EPS because the quality of the plots is much better. EMF shows compression artifacts. Also I posted the question here as I thought it might be a bug in Mathematica which messes up only the histogram EPS code, but not the EPS code of any other plot.
Feb
26
asked Problem displaying eps exported histograms in Word 2010
Feb
11
comment Derivative of a spline approximation
One important difference between the two methods is, as far as I know, that Interpolation[] does an interpolation and forces the spline to go through all the data points, while BSplineFunction[] creates a smoothing spline, which only uses the points as knots, but doesn't pass through them. I wanted to use a smoothing spline to decrease the level of noise in the derivative.
Feb
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accepted Array of functions, evaluation in plot
Feb
8
revised Derivative of a spline approximation
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Jan
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revised Derivative of a spline approximation
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Jan
28
revised Derivative of a spline approximation
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Jan
24
revised Array of functions, evaluation in plot
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Jan
24
comment Array of functions, evaluation in plot
The problem with using comp[i_] := {tfunc[t][[i]], yfunc[t][[i]]} is that first every function in the vector gets evaluated only to choose one value of interest in the end. This is of course no problem in the toy model i*t, but takes more time with longer arrays and more complicated functions.
Jan
24
comment Array of functions, evaluation in plot
Yes this works fine. Thanks! This resolved the first case. I mixed up t and i. Edited the post to correct this.
Jan
24
revised Array of functions, evaluation in plot
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Jan
24
asked Array of functions, evaluation in plot
Jan
23
revised Derivative of a spline approximation
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