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revised How can I set the speed of manipulate play button?
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Feb
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answered How can I set the speed of manipulate play button?
Feb
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answered Selecting a sublist based on Length
Feb
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answered How to neatly get the sum of symmetric elements in a list?
Feb
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revised How do I extract the contents of a selected cell as plain text?
edited body
Feb
4
revised General::ivar is not a valid variable when plotting - what actually causes this and how to avoid it?
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Feb
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answered How can I remove B -> A from a list if A -> B is in the list?
Feb
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answered Why does ListPlot ignore some global options?
Feb
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comment Generate Random Text within a Rectangle
Note: Lorem ipsum is available through ExampleData[{"Text", "LoremIpsum"}].
Feb
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revised Generate Random Text within a Rectangle
Clarify as a single question, instead of as two somewhat related questions.
Feb
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comment Export Graphics[] without white edges
+1, I didn't know "ShrinkWrap" worked in 2D graphics.
Feb
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revised Export Graphics[] without white edges
expand on answer
Feb
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answered Export Graphics[] without white edges
Feb
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comment Using variables in function names
That evaluates ToExpression and ToString for each point in the plot. (Which is not the biggest performance hit ever, but still...)
Feb
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revised Multiple colors in Graphics[] environment
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answered Multiple colors in Graphics[] environment
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comment Knowing when a notebook has changed programmatically
Note that on OS X, the asterisk isn't next to the notebook title, but is instead a black dot in the window's close button (the red bubble in the top-left.)
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revised Knowing when a notebook has changed programmatically
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comment Conditional T distribution
Note that Evaluate[PDF[...]]/Evaluate[PDF[...]] doesn't really do anything, since Evaluate is only special when it's at the first level (which is / in this case.) Perhaps you meant to use Evaluate[PDF[...]/PDF[...]]?