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comment Insert at specific resulting positions in multidimensional list?
@Kuba Typo. Fixed.
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
Sorry about that. I had a typo.
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
@andre Thanks for pointing out that the positions list should be sorted ;)
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
I think that insertF = Fold[Insert[#, #2[[1]], #2[[2]]] &, #, SortBy[Transpose[{#2, #3}], Last]] &; works.
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
In think the Accumulate@#3 is the problem. Replacing it with just #3 works.
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
The line of code Fold[Insert[#, #2[[1]], #2[[2]]] &, list0, {{a, 1}, {x,5}}] gives what I want. However the function insertF as you defined it doesn't. In your example with the function, x should be inserted at position 4 of the resulting list.
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
@andre myInsert[list0,{a,x},{4,1}] should output {x,1,2,a,3,4,5}. The list of positions {4,1} gives the positions of the inserted elements in the resulting list.
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comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
@DavidG.Stork I disagree. This produces the desired output (I am the OP ;)). Please tell me why you think this is not consistent with what I asked.
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comment Plot a transformed distribution with an If function
How do you draw the vertical line joining the two pieces of Piecewise? Usually I just get a discontinuous plot. I'm studying your code but I don't see it.
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comment What graph distributions are available in Mathematica?
@Szabolcs Yes, but it has directed random graphs, random trees. I expect Mathematica to include those too eventually.
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comment What graph distributions are available in Mathematica?
@Szabolcs I don't have any reason to believe it is incomplete. It just seemed too small compared to networkx. But I guess your ?*GraphDistribution kind of proves that if there is any additional one, it is "hidden", not part of the "officially supported" Mathematica.
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comment What graph distributions are available in Mathematica?
@Szabolcs Is that all? I thought that was just a sample.