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Jan
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accepted Cheat sheets or reference cards for Mathematica
Nov
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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
29
accepted Find where a function does not depend on one of its argument
Sep
28
revised Find where a function does not depend on one of its argument
about differentiation
Sep
25
asked Find where a function does not depend on one of its argument
Sep
3
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
10
accepted DataEncoding and compression in HDF5 format
Aug
4
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
27
awarded  Good Question
Feb
15
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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awarded  Notable Question
May
15
comment DataEncoding and compression in HDF5 format
Thanks for this partial solution. I am still interested in finding a solution, so your report is welcome.
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
28
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
3
comment Cheat sheets or reference cards for Mathematica
@george2079 No, it's not. Proof: lots of cheat sheets have become standards on coder's desks. You may of course create your owns. And indeed, I am taking notes of my most common commands.
Sep
3
revised Cheat sheets or reference cards for Mathematica
add example and clearer explaination of what is a cheat sheet. Remove specifiation about shortcuts.
Sep
3
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
3
comment Cheat sheets or reference cards for Mathematica
@Mr.Wizard A first Edit of my question, which was necessary considering the poor English, made it even less clear I'm not looking for a simple document of all shortcuts. I modified again both title and text of the question.
Sep
3
revised Cheat sheets or reference cards for Mathematica
Clearly state the diff between reference card (I'm looking for) and classical lists
Sep
3
revised Cheat sheets or reference cards for Mathematica
Unedit: question not about a list, but about a printable, practical cheat sheat