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Aug
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comment InterplationOrder, ListPlot3D and using AbsoluteOption to find value used. Slow using InterpolationOrder
I see. So none of options such as PlotStyle used can be queried using AbsoluteOptions. Just tried it on normal plot: p0 = Plot[Sin[x], {x, -1, 1}, PlotStyle -> Red]; AbsoluteOptions[p0, PlotStyle] and this also gave an error. This makes AbsoluteOptions not as useful as I thought before. May be this is what the book means by "special options" in the screen shot I posted. Thanks.
Aug
28
comment InterplationOrder, ListPlot3D and using AbsoluteOption to find value used. Slow using InterpolationOrder
@Mr.Wizard Yes, but this is one part of it. The other part is why I get an error when query this option? I did not want to split this to 2 questions. But may be I should have. What do you think? Should they be separate? I can do that. ps. the slow down is really large as can be seen by the numbers. A bit of slow down ok, but 10 times slower?
Aug
28
revised InterplationOrder, ListPlot3D and using AbsoluteOption to find value used. Slow using InterpolationOrder
forgot to past f
Aug
28
asked InterplationOrder, ListPlot3D and using AbsoluteOption to find value used. Slow using InterpolationOrder
Aug
28
comment The correct pattern for Cases
nice. May be you explain a little for us newbies how this works :)
Aug
28
answered The correct pattern for Cases
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
25
answered implement the ZOH in mathematica
Aug
25
revised implement the ZOH in mathematica
add zero order hold
Aug
25
revised implement the ZOH in mathematica
added example
Aug
25
comment implement the ZOH in mathematica
@NatanBravoG. There is an option that allows you to bypass stateSpaceConversion. I've updated my answer for your example above.
Aug
25
revised implement the ZOH in mathematica
add link
Aug
25
answered implement the ZOH in mathematica
Aug
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accepted Using ListPointPlot3D to simulate 2D plots moving in time
Aug
24
accepted 1/0 encountered when solving an ODE
Aug
24
accepted What is the correct way to use specific rule for specific pattern match when parsing an expression?
Aug
23
revised What is the correct way to use specific rule for specific pattern match when parsing an expression?
added clarification
Aug
23
revised What is the correct way to use specific rule for specific pattern match when parsing an expression?
added clarification
Aug
23
comment Error when using EquationTrekker
on version 10, windows 7, it hanged. But I saw message Message text not found -- (PropertyValue[{canvas ,canvasPane ,All},Name->trekPane ]) (1) >> show up before it hanged
Aug
23
asked What is the correct way to use specific rule for specific pattern match when parsing an expression?