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May
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comment ListPlot with each point a different color and a legend bar
Is it possible to do something like this, but for a ListLogLogPlot?
Apr
28
accepted Write list of strings to a file (as lines)?
Apr
28
comment Write list of strings to a file (as lines)?
@JasonB Thanks! If you post an answer I'll accept it.
Apr
28
comment Specify the color of each residue in a protein (PDB)?
That's useful, but I don't want to color by residue type. I want to color by residue number. Each residue with a particular color
Apr
28
asked Write list of strings to a file (as lines)?
Apr
28
comment Specify the color of each residue in a protein (PDB)?
@JasonB "Cartoon" is the name given in Pymol and VMD (other protein visualization software) to the ribbon diagram, with the alpha-helices and so on.
Apr
28
asked Specify the color of each residue in a protein (PDB)?
Apr
21
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
19
accepted How to refer to amino acids by their single-letter abbreviations in ChemicalData[]?
Apr
19
comment How to refer to amino acids by their single-letter abbreviations in ChemicalData[]?
Thanks! I was about to do that. Just wanted to be sure it wasn't already implemented in Mathematica's data.
Apr
19
revised ChemicalData[] error: “L-Cysteine” is not a known entity, class,
added 13 characters in body
Apr
19
revised ChemicalData[] error: “L-Cysteine” is not a known entity, class,
added 14 characters in body
Apr
19
answered ChemicalData[] error: “L-Cysteine” is not a known entity, class,
Apr
19
asked ChemicalData[] error: “L-Cysteine” is not a known entity, class,
Apr
19
asked How to refer to amino acids by their single-letter abbreviations in ChemicalData[]?
Apr
15
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
3
comment How do you convert a string containing a number in C scientific notation to a Mathematica number?
Amazing that the language doesn't include a simple straightforward function to do this!
Apr
1
awarded  Good Question
Mar
29
comment Character to replace _ in symbol names?
@dionys \[LetterSpace] is close to what I want. But I want something I can see. Is there a form of underscore that is not a symbol?
Mar
29
asked Character to replace _ in symbol names?