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Oct
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
8
revised Fall through multiple cases in switch to execute same function
amended answer per Xavier's comment
Oct
8
comment Fall through multiple cases in switch to execute same function
Thanks Xavier, I completely forgot about Alternatives. I'll amend my answer.
Oct
8
answered Fall through multiple cases in switch to execute same function
Oct
8
answered Fixed colors for fixed values in contourplot legend
Oct
8
answered Plot legends not displaying correctly
Oct
8
revised Plot legends not displaying correctly
formatted code
Oct
7
revised Merge two matrices where one may be empty
appended answer 96354 as supplemental
Oct
6
revised Code for Newton's Method
small typo fixed
Oct
6
comment Do I have to code each case of this Grid full of plots separately?
@Taiki - MultiPanelGraph is the function; MultiPanel is an option that it then passes to the underlying plotting function (which are custom versions of DateListPlot etc, that take this option) to tell it to do multi-panel specific things like move what was the Title (custom option for defining the PlotLabel) into the plotting area as an Inset text in the Prolog, and depending on the specific option value, which FrameTicks to turn off. Unfortunately the rest of the package is proprietary so I can't share the whole thing.
Oct
6
comment Fixed points of x sin 1/x
@user34624 - it just wasn't clear why you needed to iterate it.
Oct
6
answered Fixed points of x sin 1/x
Oct
6
comment Fixed points of x sin 1/x
Welcome to Mathematica.SE! Have you tried Piecewise[{{x Sin [(1/x)], -1 <= x < 0 || 0 < x <= 1}}, 0] ? As you have written it, your definition of f4 contains a syntax error.
Oct
6
revised Fixed points of x sin 1/x
code formatting
Oct
1
revised Will the “for” loop not have an effect on something I'm looping over?
A bit more detail about Outer
Oct
1
revised Will the “for” loop not have an effect on something I'm looping over?
wrapped "bad" in code markers to avoid misreading
Oct
1
answered Will the “for” loop not have an effect on something I'm looping over?
Oct
1
comment Will the “for” loop not have an effect on something I'm looping over?
The simple answer is that Append does not rewrite bad; you need AppendTo. But I will follow up with a longer answer (in a couple of hours when it's lunchtime) to suggest a better approach than the loop-and-append approach. Are you by chance a new Mathematica user coming from Matlab or Fortran? I've noticed that people coming from those languages tend to use that approach a lot.
Sep
30
comment Plotting 2-D Electron Density Carbon Atoms
Hi @Rosie - as noted here, if you see here, you will see that subscripted symbols are not plain symbols, so you can’t assign values (strictly speaking, DownValues) to them directly
Sep
30
comment Plotting 2-D Electron Density Carbon Atoms
Thanks @JasonB - I should point out, though, that I'm a girl :-) The physics bit is not my area of expertise, so thank you for the complementary answer.