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Oct
11
comment How do I incorporate metadata using Export?
and I don't think EXIF works in Export anyway. There was a question about this on Wolfram communities recently...
Oct
11
comment Upload CDF to Blogspot
You might have to refer to the file as https://dl.dropboxcontent.com/.... or similar - see this
Oct
9
comment While loop not breaking when condition is met
It's hard to tell, without the rest of the code. When are you initializing count, for example?
Oct
7
comment How do I find the number of countries that have a type of industry?
@anon We need the NSA factbook, they know everything...
Oct
7
answered How does Accumulate work?
Oct
7
answered Learning from Michael Trott's Guidebook with V8 or later
Oct
7
comment How do I find the number of countries that have a type of industry?
Is coal really one of the UK's major industries? I thought the government had closed it down...
Oct
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
6
comment How to remove the background noise from a single sound file?
related or possible duplicate
Oct
6
comment Want more vibrant colors in plots
I'm tempted to downvote to discourage garish graph makers. :)
Oct
5
comment Exported PDF figure looks different in Apple's Preview than in Adobe PDF Reader
I'd agree that this looks like an (opacity-related?) bug in Mathematica v. 9.0.1 on Mac OS X.
Oct
5
revised Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
added some explanation
Oct
5
comment ReadList can't read from file containing high-precision Reals
@Thomas you're only 1 digit too long: a file with -239.91610409462803 -type numbers reads OK... :) But I'd use Import myself.
Oct
5
comment ReadList can't read from file containing high-precision Reals
Apparently it needs the numbers to be in Fortran format...
Oct
4
comment Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
@Peltio I think I agree with you, in principle at least, but it depends on what story the OP is trying to tell. If, say, it's the story of the increasing market share of the "blue teams" at higher levels, this approach (with added trend lines) is good. (The OP didn't provide information as to whether every second nth data element in each row of the list was to be considered as a continuous 'process'.) But if the story is one of increasing divergence at higher levels, I think there might be better ways, eg the chosen method, although that's not perfect visually.
Oct
4
comment Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
Visually I like this better than the crowded barchart! +1
Oct
4
comment Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
@PinguinDirk :) One day I will find a use for SectorChart3D ...
Oct
4
revised Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
typo in title
Oct
4
answered Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
Oct
3
comment Plotting problem
Your error message is saying (I think) "Coordinate (...) should be a triple of numbers." The points can't be plotted because vN doesn't seem to produce any numbers, just Norm' expressions, which causes that error.