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Jul
30
comment Failure to export graphics by right-click when Notebook magnification is changed
Bug still not fixed in 10.2.0 - confirmed on Windows 7 (64 Bit).
Jul
24
comment SetOptions for CoordinatesToolOptions for DateListPlot?
@Mr.Wizard Use SetOptions[ DateListPlot, PlotLegends -> Automatic] then simply plot two TimeSeries by DateListPlot[TimeSeries @@@ {{{1, 2, 3}, {1}}, {{3, 4, 5}, {1}}}]. Result: No legends, but if you add the options directly they will be plotted.
Jul
23
comment SetOptions for CoordinatesToolOptions for DateListPlot?
@Mr.Wizard you might also remove the CoordinatesToolOptions constraint in the title? The issue seems to be broader if something like PlotLegends does not work in SetOptions, doesn't it?
Jul
23
comment SetOptions for CoordinatesToolOptions for DateListPlot?
SetOptions[DateListPlot, ... ] still does not work properly in 10.2 -- I tried PlotLegends -> Automatic and it is not working.
Jul
19
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Jul
8
comment Mesh Problems with MatrixPlot
+1. That is of course a very concise explanation of what is going on behind the scenes. Great.
Jul
8
answered Mesh Problems with MatrixPlot
Jul
8
comment Setting and changing MetaInformation for arbitrary objects
To make this more general I would suggest to use the information contained in the first part of the TemporalData object. For example, addMetaInformation[ td_, metarules_ ] := Which[ td[[1]] === TimeSeries, TimeSeries[ td, MetaInformation -> metarules], ...=== EventSeries, EventSeries[...], True, TemporalData[ td, MetaInformation -> metarules ]. Also one might define addMetaInformation[ td_, None] := td /. (MetaInformation -> _) :> Sequence[].
Jul
4
comment Data interpolation and ListContourPlot
Isn't this what Kriging is all about? How do the solutions relate to that concept?
Jul
3
comment Dataset vs an association of associations
+1. Very helpful answer that seems to explain why I do have trouble putting TimeSeries and EventSeries in Dataset. It seems to work but I do get interpretation warnings and the Objects are displayed with a red frame. Maybe better to put the information in a List then apply the needed Head after extraction?
Jul
3
comment Dataset vs an association of associations
I am not sure about internal intricacies and performance aspects but the Dataset to me simply is a generalization of what can be built using List and Association: You can have a Dataset to be a List of Lists or an Association of Associations - that kind of flexibility is absent with Association. So I use Dataset whenever I think of a complete set of data (eg. like a database), while Association is a building block and thus on a slightly lower level of abstraction.
Jun
30
revised Importing Excel Spreadsheet containing Array Formulas
Added tag Import
Jun
30
suggested approved edit on Importing Excel Spreadsheet containing Array Formulas
Jun
30
comment Importing Excel Spreadsheet containing Array Formulas
I just received an answer from WRI technical support: The issue is known and they hope it will be fixed by a future release. Hope dies last as they say.
Jun
29
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Jun
29
revised Importing Excel Spreadsheet containing Array Formulas
This is clearly a bug which is still present in Version 10.1 - tag "bug" added therefore.
Jun
29
suggested approved edit on Importing Excel Spreadsheet containing Array Formulas
Jun
29
comment Importing Excel Spreadsheet containing Array Formulas
This bug is still present in 10.1. Any chance to get fixed in 10.2 ?
Jun
23
comment Is FrameTicks broken in 10.1.0?
I would say that rcollyer has provided a convincing argumentation -- somtimes "things change" and we simple humans have to adapt and break with dear habits. ;-) In any case I would suggest to remove the bug tag because Mathematica does behave according to its current documentation.
Jun
23
comment Mathematica learning resource dealing with bayesian inference
+1. Much needed advice since one has to really look hard to find something. There is also the Mathematica Navigator.