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awarded  Explainer
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revised Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
added a negation to m_goldberg's changes saying the asker didn't find what he was looking for
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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suggested approved edit on Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
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revised Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
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26
comment Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
Oh @m_goldberg, yes it does. I'll edit accordingly. I hadn't actually checked yet to see if they were identical. Thank you.
Jul
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revised Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
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Jul
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comment Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
Ah thank you, @Guesswhoitis.
Jul
26
answered Implementing Antilogarithm[b, x] and Cologarithm[b, x]
Jul
26
comment How to make a 3D plot auto-rotate?
Ah, said errors only occur upon interaction with the mouse, it seems.
Jul
26
comment How to make a 3D plot auto-rotate?
You can fix this by removing the former Show[~] and then the enclosing Overlay[~, All, 1], but then the "Tag Dot in {{...}} is Protected" errors referred to earlier return. They occur in the Messages window, not the notebook itself. Any ideas on how to rectify the issue without those errors?
Jul
25
comment How to make a 3D plot auto-rotate?
When using GraphicsRow with autoRotate/@{Show[graphic1], Show[graphic2]} this overlays the rotating image a copy of the image not rotating. It's unclear to me why this would happen only when GraphicsRow or GraphicsGrid is used. Any idea on how to eliminate the excess, non-rotating copy when within those functions? (This is in Mathematica 10.1.0.)
Jul
25
comment How to make a 3D plot auto-rotate?
Just for anyone wondering, I receive errors for the first definition reported that are cleared up in using the second definition in the "Edit." Thanks, Rojo!
Jun
25
comment ODE fitting to dataset
@Ivan If you are only fitting data to one population, say Ec, is there any reason to list it first (i = 1) rather than elsewhere? Likewise, the order in which parameters (rate constants, etc.) is specified doesn't matter so long as it's consistent, right? No benefit would come from listing a parameter in an exponent first, etc., right?
Oct
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awarded  Excavator
Oct
14
revised Check Specific Connections within Graph
definition clarity
Oct
14
suggested approved edit on Check Specific Connections within Graph
Oct
14
revised Check Specific Connections within Graph
clarity
Oct
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revised Indexing of Large Autonomous System of Equations for Use in NDSolve
correcting incosistent labelling of one of the variables
Aug
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revised Format Preservation of FullSimplify on Indexed System of Autonomous Equations
consistency with other questions asked around that time