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comment Color a Function by its Derivative
Yes, though if I understand correctly, the approach in this answer needs to be manually modified to match the plot range in each case. Setting ColorFunctionScaling does the same thing but with the same syntax in every case.
Jan
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comment Color a Function by its Derivative
Couldn't you use ColorFunctionScaling -> False to get around this?
Nov
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accepted Why is FindInstance finding non-instances?
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Oct
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comment How to trigger UNIX command-line command from Mathematica notebook?
The UNIX system call that waits for an external process to finish running (appropriately called wait()) actually yields a value that is the process's exit code shifted left by 8 bits, assuming the process exited normally. Normally you never see this value, because most programs (including a shell) reverse the leftward bit shift, but I guess Mathematica doesn't (whether to provide complete information about the exit status, or just because of a bug, I don't know). That's probably why you get 32512.
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Feb
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comment How do I eliminate the breaks in a 3D plot with a Max or Min function?
@kguler done, although are you sure? I do think in its current form it's certainly a good answer.
Feb
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comment How do I eliminate the breaks in a 3D plot with a Max or Min function?
Ah, this is indeed a duplicate. I didn't find that question when I was looking for prior work.