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Apr
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Feb
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Aug
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comment Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
I understand Sequence, wrapping my head around SlotSequence. Thanks
Aug
30
accepted Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
Aug
30
comment Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
i.e. DateListPlot[{a,b,x,y,z, Delistify[MakeCD[1]] Obviously Delistify[] does not exist, but the result would have been DateListPlot[{a,b,x,y,z,{1,2},{3,4}] And yes that would not have plotted since {1,2} should have been something like {{{2013, 8, 27}, 42}, {{2013, 8, 28}, 40}}. Just trying to save space, but probably cause more confusion.
Aug
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comment Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
I have a variable number of series of date data to be plotted by DateListPlot. In my example, I have two represented by a & b. There could be any number of series of date data (1-5+). In addition to the series data, I will also always have two additional series of date date that are generated by a function. In my example, that is represented by MakeCD[]. The problem is that any function that returns multiple values, returns a list of the values, in my case series of date data. I was hoping for a way to remove the outer list and just supply the two sublists to DateListPlot
Aug
30
revised Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
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Aug
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comment Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
@b.gatessucks unfortunate contrived example that MakeCD can generate a,b,c,d. I changes that.
Aug
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asked Using sublists returned from a function as elements of a list argument to an other function
May
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comment Given a list of date and value pairs, efficiently sum the values by date
And for using a wrench to hammer the nail in ... Any idea where I went wrong with DownValues?
May
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comment Given a list of date and value pairs, efficiently sum the values by date
Gather & GatherBy ... that is what I was missing.
May
13
revised Given a list of date and value pairs, efficiently sum the values by date
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May
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asked Given a list of date and value pairs, efficiently sum the values by date
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May
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accepted Add/replace a rule in a list of rules based upon the rule's lhs without regard for the rule's rhs
May
23
comment Add/replace a rule in a list of rules based upon the rule's lhs without regard for the rule's rhs
Thanks for pointing FilterRules that is what I have been looking. Would have been nice if FilterRules was in Rule's SEE ALSO section.
May
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revised Add/replace a rule in a list of rules based upon the rule's lhs without regard for the rule's rhs
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