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Dec
25
comment Do people actually use UpValues?
Amazing answer. Very helpful
Dec
18
comment How to create effect like Van Gogh's stroke brush?
Wow! Nicely done.
Dec
12
comment Removing not-a-number entries from an array of numbers
Looks like you have an extra space in the " NaN" have you tried adding the space to your DeleteCases?
Dec
11
comment Disconnected Frame/Axes in Plots
thank you for all the help this is perfect!
Dec
10
comment Disconnected Frame/Axes in Plots
also does your other post cover all/most of the ways in which FullGraphics is buggy, or are there more?
Dec
10
comment Disconnected Frame/Axes in Plots
@Silva I am working through the details of this answer and I wonder if you could give an example that uses Frame instead of Axes ... as labeling the axes puts the label in the "wrong" place (at the end, not under). I worry that the AxesOrigin is key to getting the broken effect I want ... but then I don't know how to label the axes!
Dec
10
comment Disconnected Frame/Axes in Plots
So great! Thank you
Dec
9
comment Labeling individual curves in Mathematica
Already sent! I love this package so much ... it is such a great framework.
Dec
9
comment How can I make a grid of plots with no spacing, and have the plots line up perfectly?
To answer my own question ... the use of ; is stylistic and is explained in section 10.1 of the SciDraw documentation.
Dec
9
comment How can I make a grid of plots with no spacing, and have the plots line up perfectly?
I notice that the documentation and your example makes the arguments to *Panel's as a list of a single element, using ; to separate the different plotting directives. I find you can just change this to a list (which seems more natural to me). Is there any reason for the ; style or is it just preference? Things like this always suggest my lack of deep MMA knowledge...
Dec
9
comment How can I make a grid of plots with no spacing, and have the plots line up perfectly?
Wow! SciDraw is the answer to my Mathematica plotting prayers ... I want to go have a cry I am so happy.
Dec
9
comment Labeling individual curves in Mathematica
Wow SciDraw is incredible. Thanks for the heads up!
Nov
29
comment How can I extract when a select condition is met in a do loop the value of the iterator?
Also you might want to be careful about using capital letters for variables when asking questions ... agitates the style police ...
Nov
29
comment How can I extract when a select condition is met in a do loop the value of the iterator?
I don't think your question can be done ... without adding an If and Sow to your Select condition which is ugly beyond reason. Do you care about do this kind of filtering, or is your question specifically about using Select?
Nov
29
comment Compute ratios of elements in two lists
Do you want the i to be from the original list? Or the list of ratios with the b[i]=0 indices removed?
Nov
1
comment How to implement FittedModel like objects
@Matariki thanks! Fixed
Apr
26
comment Why function cannot be defined inside For loop?
@Misery can you really use a def inside a for loop in python? Or do you mean lambdas?
Apr
26
comment Why function cannot be defined inside For loop?
Why was this closed? Because it was just a programming error? I have seen other examples of this in questions that are not closed. The "too localized" doesn't feel right to me. Also the rage about using a loop seems unnecessary to me. Reminds me of when people use capital letters for symbols/function names. True, but needless comments.
Jan
9
comment What Cell Option Controls Group Indentation?
Ugh ... I thought those numbers where calculated ... makes more sense now. Thanks!
Dec
17
comment While-Loop Linear Projection
Be careful with Subscript[Cp,-1] since Cp has a value, lets say for example 10.1 then what you are really doing is Subscript[10.1, -1] which I doubt is what you want. Can you describe what you want mathematically, ie the recurrence relation you actually want to solve, and example initial values. Then it will be easy to help you get the correct code.