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revised Function Expectation
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answered Palette for pasting matrix templates into a notebook
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revised EMF format imported in Word looks worse in version 10
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comment How to draw multi curves in a graph with errorbars
I know this isn't the crux of the question, but wouldn't the data be more simply constructed using FoldList rather than a For loop? i.e. DATA=FoldList[#1+#2&, Table[{0, Random[], Random[]}, {n}], Table[{1/n, RandomReal[{-1, 1}]/20, RandomReal[{-1, 1}]/20}, {m-1},{n}]]. At the very least, the Table construct doesn't require an explicit j iterator.
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comment My code does not give the same results on mathematica 9 and 10
@Developer2000 - you should not assume that it was me who downvoted. In this case it was, and now that you have clarified what your question is, I am happy to do so. But please bear in mind that it is not usually considered appropriate to ask for votes to be changed. Downvoting is one of the incentives in StackExchange to ensure questions are improved. In this case, the system worked.
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reviewed Leave Open Incorporating the minimum and maximum of the function in a Dynamic plot
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reviewed Close Plotting the vector field of a function
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reviewed Close List of symbol names using `SymbolName`
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reviewed Close How to run an external notebook from another notebook?
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reviewed Leave Open Opening a saved notebook in Mathematica 10
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reviewed Leave Closed Konno model (linear programming applied finance )
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revised Incorporating the minimum and maximum of the function in a Dynamic plot
title, code formatting, copyediting
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comment Incorporating the minimum and maximum of the function in a Dynamic plot
Welcome to Mathematica.SE! It isn't really appropriate for us to do your homework for you, but here are some hints that might help. You can use calculus to find turning points, and show the turning point using Epilog, like this: Dynamic[Plot[f, {x, -10, 10}, Epilog -> {Red, PointSize[Large], Point[{With[{minx = First[x /. Solve[D[f, x] == 0]]}, {minx, f /. x -> minx}]}]}]].
Dec
17
answered Why does this function inside FindRoot fail to evaluate?
Dec
17
revised Why is there a seeming discrepancy with the expression Cofactor?
removed misleading use of MatrixForm
Dec
16
revised Why does this function inside FindRoot fail to evaluate?
code formatting etc
Dec
16
revised How can I create a minimal surface with trefoil knot as inner edge and circle as outer edge?
edited title
Dec
14
revised Color Transfer from colored image into grayscale image
tidied up punctuation and formatting
Dec
13
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