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accepted Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
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comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
So this appears to just be another way of setting the downvalues that Szabolcs described. Would you agree?
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comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Yeah that's where I normally go. But your answer below works, so yay! :-)
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comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Cool, thanks. It took a little bit of work and I had to add an option for what I wanted to do, but everything's working well thanks to this answer. I now have a function that will plot up a scatterplot and the fitted line of data, and can also return the slope, Rsq, and intercept.
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comment Mathematica: How to create a function that returns a property similar to how LinearModelFit works?
Oh crap, thanks Szabolcs. I didn't notice that I was at stackoverflow. I'll flag it.
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accepted Force Plot Area size to be equal excluding axes
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revised Force Plot Area size to be equal excluding axes
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comment Force Plot Area size to be equal excluding axes
@NasserM.Abbasi Correct, DavidCarraher's solution is not sufficient. kguler, That's getting closer. If you pad the images enough, then you can get the plot area sizes eqaul. However, you end up with a lot of extra space between images (if they're in a list, for example).
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revised How to convert an output to a graphic that can be selected like a plot?
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accepted How to convert an output to a graphic that can be selected like a plot?
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comment How to convert an output to a graphic that can be selected like a plot?
The Rasterize[] function is what I was looking for! Thanks.
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asked How to convert an output to a graphic that can be selected like a plot?
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revised Find zero crossing in a list
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