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Jan
25
asked Purpose of VertexWeight
Jan
20
comment How to delete more than one (specific) elements in a list
@SimonWoods I think I mean that in the context of a pattern object, the || and && are not evaluated
Jan
20
comment How to delete more than one (specific) elements in a list
@ChenStatsYu It does. The problem is that a||b is not a pattern object. Its not even a function, and so DeleteCases doesn't know what to do with it
Jan
20
answered How to delete more than one (specific) elements in a list
Jan
20
comment Use map on a different level
Very elegant, though not as generalizeable
Jan
20
accepted Use map on a different level
Jan
20
comment Use map on a different level
Do you mind explaining Map[Position[index, #] &, initial, {-1}] more? I don't get what the last argument to Map is doing
Jan
20
asked Use map on a different level
Jan
7
comment Using VertexDelete to remove vertices by degree
On a graph of about ~100K nodes, the other approach takes about a second. If I need more performance, I'll try it out.
Jan
7
comment Using VertexDelete to remove vertices by degree
I hate being this close to an answer, but thank you very much.
Jan
7
accepted Using VertexDelete to remove vertices by degree
Jan
7
comment Using VertexDelete to remove vertices by degree
@DavidG.Stork you mean why this is a "hard" problem, or meaning I can corrupt my graph accidentally?
Jan
7
asked Using VertexDelete to remove vertices by degree
Jan
6
revised Forward function arguments to built-in Plot[]
Better describes the problem
Jan
6
suggested approved edit on Forward function arguments to built-in Plot[]
Jan
1
accepted Cluster entities by a combination of values
Jan
1
comment Geodesy without units?
have you tried Latitude[c1][[1]] and Longitude[c1][[1]]?
Dec
30
comment Cluster entities by a combination of values
H'm. Would it make sense to use this package, and then write a linking function that makes that 1) all clusters are contigious, and 2) that the population stays below a cetrain cap?
Dec
30
accepted Partitioning a list in n sublists with constrains in their sums
Dec
29
comment Partitioning a list in n sublists with constrains in their sums
@belisarius pretty sure there is something wrong with the condition (maybe something should be an And? can't seem to be able to fix it), but it doesn't work. f[l, 3, 10, 15] gives {{1, 4}, {2, 3, 4, 10}, {6, 7}} as an answer