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Physicist, scientist, using Mathematica for more than 20yrs. Working on light microscopy, three-dimensional microscopy, light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy.


Feb
9
comment ScalingFunctions not working properly for x-axis
I mentioned a problem with ScalingFunctions in "mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/16557/…; and reported a bug to Wolfram. This might be a more serious issue.
Feb
6
revised HorizontalGauge causes problem with ScalingFunctions -> “Log”
added 76 characters in body
Feb
6
revised HorizontalGauge causes problem with ScalingFunctions -> “Log”
suggest the basis for a workaround
Jan
13
answered What is the best way to make a plot complete with legends so it is exported-ready for Word?
Jan
8
comment Import a file only if it contains a certain pattern
In Mathematica 9 ImageFileApply and ImageFileScan "can be used to read, process, and write successive blocks of data from a very large image file whose size could exceed available memory", i.e. to process without excessive loading.
Dec
18
asked HorizontalGauge causes problem with ScalingFunctions -> “Log”
Dec
13
awarded  Commentator
Dec
4
awarded  Self-Learner
Dec
4
comment Circular AngularGauge does not roll over boundaries
@ cormullion Yes, that is the reason. I would like to see the 0, 20, ... and 340.
Dec
4
comment Circular AngularGauge does not roll over boundaries
A magnetic compass is also a physical gauge and would certainly roll over.
Dec
4
comment Circular AngularGauge does not roll over boundaries
Trust me, I tried all the obvious stuff and I am aware of the the ScaleOrigin option. I want to see 90° at the top. In your response 360 and 0 are also printed on top of each other.
Dec
4
awarded  Editor
Dec
4
revised Circular AngularGauge does not roll over boundaries
Added two short notes, corrected some spelling mistakes.
Dec
4
asked Circular AngularGauge does not roll over boundaries
Nov
22
comment Insert $+$, $-$, $\times$, $/$, $($, $)$ into $123456789$ to make it equal to $100$
@xzczd Chris' solution may not be complete for your application but it should point you in the right direction.
Nov
22
answered Insert $+$, $-$, $\times$, $/$, $($, $)$ into $123456789$ to make it equal to $100$
Nov
21
comment How to retrieve the parameters calculated and used by ImageAdjust?
Thanks for the extensive answers. I conclude the question as answered. Maybe one could add another parameter to ImageAdjust in a future 9.x version such as {img, {c, b, gamma}} = ImageAdjust[..., "ReturnParameters"].
Nov
21
accepted How to retrieve the parameters calculated and used by ImageAdjust?
Nov
21
comment How to retrieve the parameters calculated and used by ImageAdjust?
Thank you very much. That is neat, is very well presented and works well. But a) it is not really what I asked for and b) it is fairly slow. The actual issue is, the values have already been calculated by ImageAdjust and I wonder if there isn't a simple way to get them with the adjusted image.
Nov
20
awarded  Nice Question