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comment Multiply pure function with scalar
May be : scale = 10.0; pureScaledFunction = (scale PDF[NormalDistribution[]][#]) &; pureScaledFunction[0.5] ?
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revised Connect to USB Serial Converter
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comment Connect to USB Serial Converter
One can use DeviceReadList[dev, 5, "String"] instead of FromCharacterCode /@ DeviceReadList[dev, 5]
Jul
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answered Connect to USB Serial Converter
Jul
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revised How to use locally scoped dynamic variables in Manipulate for expression and control parameters
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revised How to use locally scoped dynamic variables in Manipulate for expression and control parameters
explanation about variable saving in `DynamicModule[]`
Jul
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answered How to use locally scoped dynamic variables in Manipulate for expression and control parameters
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revised InterpolationOrder 2 or more in ListLogLinearPlot
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comment InterpolationOrder 2 or more in ListLogLinearPlot
@Rahul I have added the LogLinearPlot solution
Jul
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comment InterpolationOrder 2 or more in ListLogLinearPlot
@Rahul : you could, of course, but I think that this presentation is more in the spirit of the question : one can see here how to re-sample (one say up-sample ?) irregular data.
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answered InterpolationOrder 2 or more in ListLogLinearPlot
Jul
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answered How to control when NDSolve is called inside Manipulate
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comment How to control when NDSolve is called inside Manipulate
@belisarius There is a problem with your code : when you move the cursor a0, t0 return to 0. I don't think that's expected from the OP.
Jul
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comment How to control when NDSolve is called inside Manipulate
This seems to work : Manipulate[ s = solveDiffEq[a0]; Dynamic[s /. t -> t0], {t0, 0, 1}, {a0, 1, 2}]