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Apr
20
comment Indenting Bulleted List in Notebooks
I'm voting to close, because I just added another answer to mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/11438/… question that might also answer your question. If that doesn't work for you, let us know, and this question can stay open.
Mar
31
comment Animations in 5.2
I'm truly impressed at the number of people who have copies of V5.2 around to test the answers.
Mar
30
comment How to plot a given function over its domain
I know Plot does some magic with its argument. :-)
Mar
30
comment How to plot a given function over its domain
There's probably some difference between x and {x} in Plot, but I don't know of any off the top of my head. If you find any, let me know.
Mar
17
comment Recovering colour code from splitting colour scheme gradient into n colours
And the documentation for ColorData, especially the properties.
Mar
16
comment How to apply a color gradient to a Rectangle primitive?
If you specify PlotRange inside RegionPlot you won't get the white margin. You also won't get it if you set PlotRangePadding -> None inside Show.
Mar
14
comment Mathematica 10.4 crashes when using too many font sizes
This is basically the same as mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/3682.
Feb
3
comment PlotMarkers shadows the settings by Style
On a scale of 0 (feature) to 10 (bug), this is probably an 8. (It's not what I'd expect, but there may be some good reason for it, and it doesn't entirely surprise me.)
Jan
28
comment How can I set the speed of manipulate play button?
@becko It allows the play button to be visible without needing to first click the '+' next to the slider.
Jan
25
comment Gaps in the plot of a cumulative distribution function produced from HistogramDistribution
@bills Exclusions -> None is the better approach in this case.
Dec
9
comment Making a better looking plot legend
This is in V9; the lines in the legend are thicker by default starting in V10.0.
Dec
6
comment Evaluation time is always 0.23 s
Timing requires forethought, and becomes part of the actual flow of data (and so needs to be worked around when using %, etc..) The interface option Faq is trying to use provides (ideally) and easy way to answer the question "How long did that just last calculation take?" without any additional effort or overhead. It is limited to only the most recent evaluation, but I still find it incredibly useful multiple times per day.
Dec
6
comment Evaluation time is always 0.23 s
@Faq: What version, exactly, do you have? I suspect 10.0.0 or 10.0.1, which had the behavior you describe. It was fixed in 10.0.2 and later.
Nov
5
comment Is it possible to use vectorized Plot Legend?
Use the same setting for PlotStyle in both LogLogPlot and ListLogLogPlot.
Nov
5
comment Is it possible to use vectorized Plot Legend?
2) PlotStyle is only an option for Plot, but Graphics (which is what Show is working with) doesn't know anything about it. (Unlike PlotRange and PlotLabel, which are general graphics options.)
Nov
5
comment Is it possible to use vectorized Plot Legend?
1b) Plot holds its arguments, so the Map doesn't even evaluate (otherwise you'd get a list of PlotLegend -> ... and be wondering why you legend shows up wrong.)
Nov
5
comment Is it possible to use vectorized Plot Legend?
1a) a -> b[#]& /@ c is (a -> b[#])& /@ c instead of a -> (b[#]& /@ c)
Nov
5
comment What is the meaning of the Legend values for DensityHistogram and SmoothDensityHistogram?
"SmoothDensityHistogram[data] by default generates colorized grayscale output of the PDF of {{$x_1$, $y_1$}, ...}, based on a smooth kernel density estimate."
Nov
5
comment What is the meaning of the Legend values for DensityHistogram and SmoothDensityHistogram?
The values for DensityHistogram and Histogram3D are the same, but you aren't using the same number of bins for both.
Oct
28
comment How can I plot legends on only some of my curves that all plotted together?
@Verbeia: He may really be using the old PlotLegends package -- it had the syntax and behavior described.