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Jun
25
comment How to obtain all the distinct De Bruijn sequences?
Thanks for your contribution, but FindHamiltonianCycle on MMA 8 accepts only undirected graphs, so, unfortunately, this approach doesn't work for me.
Jun
25
comment How to obtain all the distinct De Bruijn sequences?
@rasher With FindHamiltonianCycle[DeBruijnGraph[3, 1], 24] I get the following warning: "The method currently implemented for FindHamiltonianCycle only accepts undirected graphs".
Jun
25
comment How to obtain all the distinct De Bruijn sequences?
This works for DeBruijnGraph[3,1], but it get stuck for DeBruijnGraph[4,1]. There are too many possible permutations I guess. There must be another way that is less memory demanding.
Jun
25
comment How to obtain all the distinct De Bruijn sequences?
@mfvonh Just out of curiosity, does it work on MMA 9 if you run: FindEulerianCycle[DeBruijnGraph[4, 1], 20736]?
Jun
24
comment How to obtain all the distinct De Bruijn sequences?
So it is probably a bug of version 8 which I'm also running. It would be great to find a workaround though.
Oct
4
comment Finding the best way to visualize rather complicated data
@Vaggelis_Z See update.
Sep
16
comment Accessing data on local machine from remote kernel
@ybeltukov I don't know if it works, but did you try to follow all the steps above and then simply Export["!ssh localuser@111.111.111.11 cat /Users/localuser/Desktop/newfile.txt", data, "TSV"], where data is the dataset you want to export?
Aug
28
comment How to print coordinates above certain points
@Sosi To remove the curly brackets replace this: Text[ToString[coords[[i]]] with Text[ToString[coords[[i, 1]]] <> " " <> ToString[coords[[i, 2]]]. In this way, only the numbers are converted to strings and an extra place is added between them. The <> stands for StringJoin.
Aug
9
comment How to create a simple cross eyed 3d plot
Another solution, the StereoImagery package contains two main functions, MakeStereo and MakeAnaglyph: markfisher.net/~mefisher/mma/mathematica.html
Jul
18
comment Connecting to remote kernel on iMac from a MacBook Pro client
There might be several reasons why it doesn't work, could you expand your question with all the steps you took?
Mar
20
comment X-Y scatter plot with coloring dependent on Z value
Similar question: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/21130/685
Mar
19
comment Exporting large numbers to a text file
You can use NumberForm with the option ExponentFunction: NumberForm[123456.789, {20, 3}, ExponentFunction -> (Null &)]
Mar
18
comment How can I invert the colors in a color bar
Try replacing colorbar[valrange, cf] with colorbar[valrange, ColorData[cf][1 - #] &] at the end of your example.
Mar
16
comment Pretty way to group elements at odd and even positions
@Mr.Wizard Ha, I've just seen now that in the docs for Span it says m[[i;;j;;k]] is equivalent to Take[m,{i,j,k}]. Well, let's say that mine is more readable for novice users.
Mar
12
comment Coloring Points in a Plot, based on their position in the list
Maybe it is worth pregenerating all the solutions of your ODE and use those in your Manipulate function. Take a look also at Mr.Wizard's solution to speed up rendering of ListPolarPlot.
Mar
12
comment Coloring Points in a Plot, based on their position in the list
@Mr.Wizard I fully agree with your comment and I support solutions based on Graphics primitives. Since the question was based on a ListPolarPlot I gave a solution that holds for this function.
Mar
12
comment Coloring Points in a Plot, based on their position in the list
BTW, instead of typing Transpose[position][[1]] you can get the same result with position[[All, 1]].
Mar
8
comment Mathematica color schemes for the colorblind
@m_goldberg What I meant is that the point of a color scheme for people with color-impaired vision is to distinguish the colors of the octagons, not to read the text. I've added another version of the same picture, maybe it helps.
Mar
8
comment Mathematica color schemes for the colorblind
@jenson I fully agree, data should be distinguished by colors, symbols and line styles to be always easily readable.
Mar
8
comment Mathematica color schemes for the colorblind
@m_goldberg An answer to your first question: the pictures above are not the Mathematica default color scheme, they are taken from the docs they I linked in my answer.