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Jun
10
accepted Simulating a bounded continuous random walk in $n$-dimensions
Jun
6
comment Converting strings of the form “1.34e5” to real numbers?
@m_goldberg However, the question as stated, is a valid question.
Jun
6
comment Converting strings of the form “1.34e5” to real numbers?
@m_goldberg The source is a file containing rows of numbers. All rows are not of the same size, so it is not a matrix (therefore Import with option "Table" doesn't work). If that's relevant I can add it to the question.
Jun
6
asked Converting strings of the form “1.34e5” to real numbers?
Jun
3
revised Simulating a bounded continuous random walk in $n$-dimensions
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Jun
3
revised Simulating a bounded continuous random walk in $n$-dimensions
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Jun
3
asked Simulating a bounded continuous random walk in $n$-dimensions
May
16
accepted Find positions where two matrices differ
May
16
accepted Plotting bipartite graph from adjacency matrix
May
16
accepted Treat strings as variables?
May
16
comment Treat strings as variables?
@Ymareth That works. My only complain is that it adds clutter.
May
16
asked Treat strings as variables?
May
15
accepted From a list of (x,y) pairs, generate a new list of (x,ymean) pairs, where ymean is the average of all y's with the same x in the original list
May
15
revised From a list of (x,y) pairs, generate a new list of (x,ymean) pairs, where ymean is the average of all y's with the same x in the original list
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May
15
comment From a list of (x,y) pairs, generate a new list of (x,ymean) pairs, where ymean is the average of all y's with the same x in the original list
+1 I knew my solution was too complicated...
May
15
answered From a list of (x,y) pairs, generate a new list of (x,ymean) pairs, where ymean is the average of all y's with the same x in the original list
May
15
asked From a list of (x,y) pairs, generate a new list of (x,ymean) pairs, where ymean is the average of all y's with the same x in the original list
May
13
comment Plotting bipartite graph from adjacency matrix
weird; maybe its a bug
May
13
comment Plotting bipartite graph from adjacency matrix
I'm not getting any errors. But if don't explicitly specify the colors, the nodes all show in the default gray colors. To get bipartite red and blue colors, I have to explicitly set those optional arguments. I don't know why this happens.
May
13
comment Plotting bipartite graph from adjacency matrix
The default options are not working.