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Apr
22
revised Label of Ticks are overlaying
grammar/capitalization
Apr
22
answered Label of Ticks are overlaying
Apr
21
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Apr
21
revised Will Version 9 functions all work in Version 10?
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Apr
21
comment Plot axes are not exported to SVG properly in Mathematica 10.1
I can't reproduce in V10.1 for Windows 7. A browser issue?
Apr
20
revised Problems with DSolve
code formatting
Apr
20
revised adjust the alignment of different legends
deleted 8 characters in body; edited tags
Apr
18
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
16
answered Translating Histogram
Apr
16
answered Change ColorScheme of DistributionChart
Apr
13
awarded  Great Question
Apr
8
accepted SetSystemOptions in a package
Apr
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answered SetSystemOptions in a package
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
23
comment Delete data were y = “NS” in a list with elements {x, y}
Thanks for your attempt at an answer! Could you perhaps add a bit more explaining your approach and (ideally) how it compares to others? What if the non-numeric element isn't exactly "NS"?
Mar
17
comment SetSystemOptions in a package
Thanks @halirutan - yes, that's the correct edit. Was in a hurry and had forgotten how to do it right. Anyway, the wrinkle I hadn't mentioned is that the packages are in Eclipse Juno, and I'm launching version 10 from there. I don't have write access to the production version of the packages because our IT dept locks access to that folder. (I'm on Windows 7 here.)
Mar
17
asked SetSystemOptions in a package
Mar
16
revised how can I change the length/size ticks in a framed plot?
added case with minor tickmarks
Mar
16
comment how can I change the length/size ticks in a framed plot?
@LLIAMnYP You can, of course, include them as well, but I chose a simple example that the OP could work with. I've added that case.
Mar
16
comment how can I change the length/size ticks in a framed plot?
I'm surprised that I couldn't find a dupe for this, but it seems it hasn't actually been asked before.