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accepted How to provide your own example data for a custom package?
Sep
9
asked Fast Spherical Linear Interpolation of list of quaternions
Sep
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answered Dynamic[] and Print[]
Aug
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awarded  Enlightened
Aug
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comment How can I interrupt Speak?
@Mr.Wizard Is it a V7 issue or a Windows/Mac issue? (I'm running Mac OS X)
Aug
24
revised How can I interrupt Speak?
Added cautionary note about this solution not working on version 7.
Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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revised How can I interrupt Speak?
An unfortunate typo to fix: Paclet to Packet :)
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I interrupt Speak?
Aug
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answered How can I interrupt Speak?
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment How to provide your own example data for a custom package?
...and that can be inconvenient when you want to access a canonical or standard example of data associated with your package. When I'm learning a new function from the docs, I often open a new (unsaved) notebook, get some data with ExampleData, and start playing. Is there a standard directory for storing data in a package, where Mma does not need to know the path? (I see $UserBaseDirectory<>"/ApplicationData", perhaps there?)
Aug
17
comment How to provide your own example data for a custom package?
@SjoerdC.deVries Well, with ExampleData, one does not need to know the location of the data, as in jVincent's answer below. With Import, you need to know the location of the data file...
Aug
16
accepted SplineDegree->1 does not work with BezierFunction?
Aug
16
asked How to provide your own example data for a custom package?
Aug
12
comment Notebook with a WindowOpacity too small becomes “click-through” for mouse
Confirmed on Mac OSX Lion, V 8.0.4.
Jul
25
awarded  Taxonomist
Jul
13
accepted Using Piecewise in RevolutionPlot3D
Jul
13
comment Generating a broken or snipped axis in ListPlot
@Andrew As promised. It's hawkish, and needs Mma v7 or greater. This approach could work quite nicely if (once?) AbsoluteOptions is fixed so that it returns suitable values for Ticks. As it stands, R.M's solution looks more robust.
Jul
13
answered Generating a broken or snipped axis in ListPlot