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Sep
4
asked Writing intelligent replacement rules for symbols
Aug
22
accepted Why are the two shades of the same color in this figure?
Aug
22
comment Why are the two shades of the same color in this figure?
This seems like a good work around. Thanks.
Aug
21
comment Why are the two shades of the same color in this figure?
@ Sjoerd C.de Vries Your code seems to give me the same result as mine on my system. I think it must be a Mathematica bug. However when I increase the radius of the disc to 2, I dont have this problem
Aug
21
comment Why are the two shades of the same color in this figure?
Please see edit.
Aug
21
revised Why are the two shades of the same color in this figure?
added 84 characters in body
Aug
21
asked Why are the two shades of the same color in this figure?
Aug
21
asked Plotting region $f(S)$ for given complex function $f$ and $S \subseteq \mathbb{C}$
Jul
8
accepted Drawing normals to a curve
Jul
7
comment Drawing normals to a curve
Thanks Sumit, but the indicated line segments don't look like normals to me, under the figure named combine, Is there some bug in your code?
Jul
7
asked Drawing normals to a curve
Jun
5
awarded  Editor
Jun
5
revised Subset of edges with a different color
added 589 characters in body
Jun
5
comment Subset of edges with a different color
@0x4A4D Yes almost, like that.However, please see edit.
Jun
5
awarded  Supporter
Jun
5
comment Basic question on producing non-overlapping graph nodes in a graph
Thanks. Just what I was looking for!
Jun
5
accepted Basic question on producing non-overlapping graph nodes in a graph
Jun
5
asked Subset of edges with a different color
Jun
5
comment Basic question on producing non-overlapping graph nodes in a graph
Yes, that does reduce the problem greatly, but it seems I can resize it only a finite amount with my mouse.
Jun
5
awarded  Scholar