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Sep
23
answered How to generate a cartoon of a face
Sep
23
comment How to generate a cartoon of a face
Have a look at MeanShiftFilter to get you started.
Sep
23
revised Mathematica's equivalent to the Python's Zip command in List-comprehension?
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Sep
23
comment Mathematica's equivalent to the Python's Zip command in List-comprehension?
@hhh, as mentioned in my other comment, that's nothing to do with MapThread and everything to do with incorrect syntax for the full form of Function. Also kindly stop moving the goal posts by revising the question and function of interest. No wonder this question has been downvoted.
Sep
23
comment Mathematica's equivalent to the Python's Zip command in List-comprehension?
@hhh it isn't working because you do not have the correct syntax for [Function, which is Function[{args},CoordinateTransform[(* etc *)]][args]. Note the [args] at the end. I'd suggest using the pure function form if you are going to put it in a MapThread. You do not need to be a "super guru", you just need to pay attention to the documented syntax.
Sep
23
comment Mathematica's equivalent to the Python's Zip command in List-comprehension?
Sorry @george2079 and @mfvonh - I didn't see your comments before posting my answer. I do think that MapThread is what the OP is looking for.
Sep
23
answered Mathematica's equivalent to the Python's Zip command in List-comprehension?
Sep
22
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
22
comment Can Mathematica solve this equation with NDSolve?
@MichaelE2 - fair enough: I think the main value in my answer is the point about exact versus real coefficients, which is why I can't help thinking that the question is a duplicate.
Sep
22
comment How to remove error at large time in NDSolve
There is a difference between v10 and v9. here is my plot from v9.0.1. Mathematica graphics. But the behaviour of the waves you describe in your question works fine.
Sep
22
comment Can Mathematica solve this equation with NDSolve?
Dear all, I feel like this is probably a duplicate, but couldn't find it easily.
Sep
22
answered Can Mathematica solve this equation with NDSolve?
Sep
21
revised Mathematica spitting code back when using Resolve over a large range of interest
clarified title, retagged
Sep
19
answered Invisible plots
Sep
19
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
19
revised Changing the inter-item spacing in Legends (version 9 and up)
added that this question also applies to version 10
Sep
19
revised Changing the inter-item spacing in Legends (version 9 and up)
update for v10.0.1
Sep
19
revised Why legendmarkers shifted a few pixels after opacity is specified
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Sep
19
comment Why legendmarkers shifted a few pixels after opacity is specified
@Leonx You don't want the borders anyway, trust me on that one. You can get rid of them by specifying Directive[EdgeForm[], Red]. I'll update my answer. And without wanting to seem pushy, please note that I now consult to the team in exchange for upvotes and answer-accepts ;-)
Sep
19
answered Why legendmarkers shifted a few pixels after opacity is specified