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 Apr10 awarded Popular Question Mar19 awarded Curious Feb21 accepted Imploying a sequence in a series Feb21 comment Imploying a sequence in a series @rasher yes, that worked. Should I delete or do you want provide an answer? Feb21 asked Imploying a sequence in a series Jan21 comment Defining solutions to FindRoot as a function of parameters in Mathematica There is a Mathematica stack exchange. You posted this on math. Dec10 awarded Yearling Dec10 accepted Inverse Laplace transform only returning exponentials Dec10 accepted Want more vibrant colors in plots Dec10 asked Inverse Laplace transform only returning exponentials Oct16 comment Plotting Laplace's equation on an infinite domain @b.gatessucks I have been running the code for 12mins and still nothing though. Oct16 revised Plotting Laplace's equation on an infinite domain edited body Oct16 comment Plotting Laplace's equation on an infinite domain @b.gatessucks that didn't work either. Oct16 revised Plotting Laplace's equation on an infinite domain deleted 2 characters in body Oct16 asked Plotting Laplace's equation on an infinite domain Oct6 comment Want more vibrant colors in plots @rm-rf thanks. Do you want me to delete this post or not since the answer is on SO? Oct6 comment Want more vibrant colors in plots @rm-rf also, I just need to add: jet[u_?NumericQ] := Blend[ {{0, RGBColor[0, 0, 9/16]}, {1/9, Blue}, {23/63, Cyan}, {13/21, Yellow}, {47/63, Orange}, {55/63, Red}, {1, RGBColor[1/2, 0, 0]}}, u] and then I can do colorfunction->"jet"? Oct6 comment Want more vibrant colors in plots @rm-rf so that answer you linked will add jet to the Mathematica or just in the instances it is saved in? Oct6 comment Want more vibrant colors in plots @belisarius I used rainbow in the linked post and in this post I used TemperatureMap. Oct6 asked Want more vibrant colors in plots