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comment Image processing for tic tac toe
You need to clearly describe what it is you want to improve and provide a sample input and output that algorithms can be tested on.
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reviewed Close Mapping a region
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reviewed Leave Open I need to calculate sin[x] series summation for sin[A] where A is a 3X3 matrix
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reviewed Close Incorrect Left and Right Eigenvectors in Mathematica
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revised Artistic image vectorization
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comment Artistic image vectorization
@R.M. It works great!
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comment Artistic image vectorization
@R.M. I would appreciate it very much if you did.
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comment How can I draw truth tables using Mathematica
@wa7d The only reason is that with {p}, {q} I get the data in a nested list that I can pass directly to TableForm. With {p,q} the values are not sorted into columns and rows.
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answered How can I draw truth tables using Mathematica
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answered How do I define a periodic region?
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answered How to I extract the element name of a chemical compound in a string?
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comment Manipulate a random walk
@SanneFeline Well, that is the tricky part, that is why I gave you the solution :) Take[#, t] & /@ listOfList should go in the place of Take[listoflists, t] - /@ is the same as Map, if you look it up in the documentation you will probably understand why this works.
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comment Manipulate a random walk
Making a lists of lists (each list representing a random walk) and then passing that to ListPlot is what you want to do, if you want to display several walks at once. Take[#, t] & /@ listOfList will select only the t first elements in each walk.
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comment Manipulate a random walk
It should be ListPlot[allelocaties[[;; t]], Joined -> True,..., this looks like it's working.
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revised Manipulate a random walk
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revised Positions of elements in the initial flattened list in a split list
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revised List of Mathematica related acronyms and their real meaning
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revised List of Mathematica related acronyms and their real meaning
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