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Engineering physics student.


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reviewed Leave Open FeynRules issue when trying to export UFO file
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reviewed Close Determination of Ricci tensor and Scalar curvature from vielbeins
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reviewed Close How to solve first order nonlinear coupled ODE's and obtaining the solution in function form
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reviewed Close How to remove box around “More Information” section in documentation Symbol Page generated by Workbench
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comment Save file from URL using mathematica
Did you try URLSave?
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comment Applying MeanFilter to a large Nested Array
OK, maybe the levelspec argument can't solve the problem in this case using Map. The other suggestion can still work with a small modification such as List /@ h @@@ Data or Composition[List, h] @@@ Data.
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answered How to control the length of vectors in VectorPlot
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comment Applying MeanFilter to a large Nested Array
MeanFilter@@@Data should do it. @@@ is a short syntax for Apply at level 1 of the expression (read more about it in the docs). If you really intend to nest MeanFilter in a list then you can use Map with the right level option.
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revised Applying MeanFilter to a large Nested Array
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comment How to control the length of vectors in VectorPlot
OK, good point.
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awarded  Necromancer
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26
comment Calculate pixel intensity in two regions
ok, I see. Thank you.
Nov
26
comment Calculate pixel intensity in two regions
Can you explain again what kind of masking you are looking for? What is the point of the masking? When you say "compute the pixel intensities inside the shapes" does that imply that you would like to output a matrix of intensities for each object or what?
Nov
24
comment Wrong with VisibleSpectrum
@Kuba wow, I only tried BarLegend on its own. You can't even set the scaling then as far I as I know. I count this as a bug..
Nov
24
comment Wrong with VisibleSpectrum
I think the correct usage of the second argument should be BarLegend[{"VisibleSpectrum", {380, 750}}] but no, that doesn't work either...
Nov
24
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
23
revised How can I improve speed of code that generates an orbit plot?
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Nov
23
comment Converting list into Double quote list
If it is just for display purposes I think InputForm will do. a//InputForm.
Nov
23
revised Mathematica List Selection
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Nov
23
revised How can I improve speed of code that generates an orbit plot?
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