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Nov
6
revised Distance between vectors does not match distance between probability distribution
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Nov
6
comment Combining Gravity Turn and Orbit Models
The Drexel University Mathematica Forum might make a better place to post this question. As I remember, the forum would entertain (even celebrate) any question either about (1.) how to do things in Mathematica or (2.) any problem that someone uses Mathematica to solve. This forum has a narrower focus, but I think it would benefit from expanding it to include questions like this one.
Oct
22
revised Is 450 lines of code in one block too much?
formatted code
Oct
18
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
16
answered Colorful and eyecandy text by Mathematica
Oct
10
comment How can I obtain a smooth curve from my data but preserve two inversion points
An adaptive Laguerre smoothing technique may give you just what you need. See below...
Oct
10
answered How can I obtain a smooth curve from my data but preserve two inversion points
Oct
10
comment Time value of Money Functions combined
Elegant simplification of the problem.
Oct
9
comment Time value of Money Functions combined
A question: do you use this I[n_, pmt_, pv_, fv_] anywhere?
Oct
9
comment Time value of Money Functions combined
Mma restricts the use of "N", N[expr] gives the numerical value of expr. Also "I",I represents the imaginary unit Sqrt[-1]. You need to use other function names.
Oct
9
revised Time value of Money Functions combined
added 48 characters in body
Sep
29
revised Composition à la Mondrian
added link to journal articles
Sep
28
accepted Control PointSize on a ListPlot
Sep
28
comment Control PointSize on a ListPlot
Ah! Yet another mystery revealed as not a mystery. Thank you.
Sep
28
asked Control PointSize on a ListPlot
Sep
25
revised FITS metadata problem
added formatting
Sep
19
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
15
awarded  Populist
Sep
14
comment Composition à la Mondrian
@belisarius - re: Titian take a look at this link from the Frick collection in NY. You can zoom around the painting and see lots of this kind of thing.
Sep
13
revised Composition à la Mondrian
Additional examples and detail