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Oct
15
revised Scale x axes in ListContourPlot
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Oct
15
comment Scale x axes in ListContourPlot
@Frink See my update.
Oct
15
revised Scale x axes in ListContourPlot
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Oct
15
comment Scale x axes in ListContourPlot
@Mr.Wizard Go ahead.
Oct
15
answered Scale x axes in ListContourPlot
Oct
14
revised How to extract RGB arguments as a list
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Oct
11
comment Colours in BarChart[]
You might take a look at Which[] and Switch[].
Oct
10
revised Spherical density plot of data set
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Oct
10
revised How do I map a Mollweide projection onto a sphere?
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Oct
10
answered How do I map a Mollweide projection onto a sphere?
Oct
10
comment How do I map a Mollweide projection onto a sphere?
I don't think that this approach is correct, you just colorized the parts of the 2D map before applying the texture on the sphere.
Oct
10
revised How do I map a Mollweide projection onto a sphere?
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Oct
9
comment Determining the RGB values of the default plot color
@Andrew See update.
Oct
9
answered Determining the RGB values of the default plot color
Oct
9
comment Plot columns of table if some condition is fulfilled
Well done, a very useful intro lecture!
Oct
9
comment Plot columns of table if some condition is fulfilled
By the way, welcome to Mathematica.SE! Please consider registering your account so that any upvotes you get on this question are added to those you might get on future questions and answers. That way, over time you will be able to do more on the site (post graphics, edit things, etc). Another tip: after posting a question stay around for a little while, to answer questions raised by commenters. This will streamline the Q&A process considerably.
Oct
9
revised Lesser and greater symbols in the axeslabels
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Oct
9
answered Lesser and greater symbols in the axeslabels
Oct
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answered Plot columns of table if some condition is fulfilled
Oct
9
comment Lesser and greater symbols in the axeslabels
Maybe: AxesLabel -> {Superscript["\[CapitalGamma]", "<"]}