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Feb
25
revised How to get a number, but not a list, of the dimension of your array?
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Feb
25
comment Subtract more than one array using DeleteCases
Or, DeleteCases[ar, Alternatives @@ Union[ar1, ar2]].
Feb
25
revised Subtract more than one array using DeleteCases
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Feb
22
answered Plot 4D data with color as 4th dimension
Feb
22
comment How to add a common color legend to a grid of density plots?
I don't have Mathematica 9 to test it, but shouldn't this also work? GraphicsGrid[{{plots[[1]], plots[[2]]}, {plots[[3]], plots[[4]]}, {legend, SpanFromLeft}}, Alignment -> Center, ImageSize -> 300]
Feb
22
comment Polar Plot of a two variable function
The argument of Cos, ArcTan etc. is assumed to be in radians, multiply by Degree to convert from degrees.
Feb
17
comment DensityPlot on spherical surface?
Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/11586/685
Feb
16
comment How to make plot with frame and two different scales on the x-axis (CMB power spectrum example)
@Luke Please, see update.
Feb
16
revised How to make plot with frame and two different scales on the x-axis (CMB power spectrum example)
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Feb
15
comment Exclude Sections/Subsections/… from evaluation
Or, you can select those cells that you don't need to evaluate and comment them (Edit menu -> Un/Comment Selection).
Feb
15
answered How to make plot with frame and two different scales on the x-axis (CMB power spectrum example)
Feb
12
comment Styling individual bars in a BarChart with grouped data
For those that do not have Mathematica 9 and thus no ArrayShape function: BarChart[Partition[ Inner[Style, Flatten@fakedata, Flatten@styles, List], 10], BarSpacing -> {0, 0.4}, ChartBaseStyle -> EdgeForm[]]
Feb
8
comment ListLinePlot filling for accumulated data
@Emy You're welcome. I think you can wait another day to see if any new answer pops up. The SE etiquette just says that it is up to you which answer to pick.
Feb
7
revised ListLinePlot filling for accumulated data
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Feb
7
comment Parametric differentiable interpolation of a 2D data set
@PlatoManiac Ah, ok.
Feb
7
comment Parametric differentiable interpolation of a 2D data set
What are x1 and y1?
Feb
7
revised ListLinePlot filling for accumulated data
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Feb
7
answered ListLinePlot filling for accumulated data
Feb
7
comment Generating a random walk with defined step size
@YvesKlett You're right, but since I don't know what the application of this 3D random walk will be, I just wanted to note that there are some subtle differences between the two approaches.
Feb
7
comment Generating a random walk with defined step size
Note the difference between using Normalize @ RandomReal[{-1, 1}, 3] and Normalize@RandomReal[NormalDistribution[], 3] in this post.