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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
13
asked Forming Cone with Tube fails to work in version 9.0.1
Feb
13
revised Image processing: Floor plan - detecting rooms' borders (area) and room names' texts
simple corrections
Feb
13
answered Image processing: Floor plan - detecting rooms' borders (area) and room names' texts
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"].