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comment Numbering nested list according with Depth (or Level)
@Aky Everything M-grown of course. :)
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comment Numbering nested list according with Depth (or Level)
@Silvia True. I much prefer MapIndexed but it's kind of curiosity like you said, MapAll useful for once.
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comment Numbering nested list according with Depth (or Level)
You can MapAll or //@ but then set first rule to {0, x}.
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answered Numbering nested list according with Depth (or Level)
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comment Solve and plot an equation that is dependent on a transcendental equation
@nielsen Sort of noise, I see. I think those are solutions of FindRoot converging uncontrollably and to undesired roots. I added some code. Have you already moved on from this problem?
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comment Solve and plot an equation that is dependent on a transcendental equation
@nielsen Which y will you use with z, min or max? Both perhaps and calculating zmin and zmax, yes?
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comment Solve and plot an equation that is dependent on a transcendental equation
@nielsen Sort of forking occurs. Suddenly more solutions for y are possible depending on x.
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comment Solve and plot an equation that is dependent on a transcendental equation
@nielsen Right, something happens as denominator drops below 2. You can start analyzing that with Manipulate example above.
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comment Solve and plot an equation that is dependent on a transcendental equation
Right, Tanh[x], or just x, is a better seed.
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answered Solve and plot an equation that is dependent on a transcendental equation
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comment Inverting a Spline-Function (Bezier or BSpline)
It's a special delay. It waits until f[t] evaluates to a list of numbers. (I learnt this here.)
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comment Inverting a Spline-Function (Bezier or BSpline)
First, Last, I don't know which is x and which y in this case. :) Anyway, delayed FindRoot works. You may want to Quiet it here though.
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comment Inverting a Spline-Function (Bezier or BSpline)
@gwr Why do you expect t -> .72 since f[.5] gives y -> .6 in this case?
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comment Inverting a Spline-Function (Bezier or BSpline)
FindRoot can solve this.