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comment How do you define an affine transformation that is translated by itself?
@ShaunH - those aren't coordinates: from the documents: "AffineTransform[{m,v}] gives an affine transform that maps $r$ to $m.r+v$." Your x and y are the elements of $v$.
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comment How do you define an affine transformation that is translated by itself?
ttt is a function that applies a TransformationFunction to the input, rather than just defining the function. Hopefully my addition, especially ttpure clarifies the difference. For the case you mention in comments, try ttpure.
Sep
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comment How do you define an affine transformation that is translated by itself?
You are welcome @ShaunH - have a look at my edit. It might be helpful. And by the way, welcome to Mathematica.SE!
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revised How do you define an affine transformation that is translated by itself?
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answered How do you define an affine transformation that is translated by itself?
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reviewed Leave Open Formatting and printing lists with Mathematica scripts
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reviewed Leave Open How to force Dt[ ] to recognize dependencies
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reviewed Leave Open What strategies can I use to evaluate a limit when Limit[] returns unevaluated
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reviewed Approve How to pick an element of a row corresponding to the minimum in a particular column?
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comment Detecting spikes by shrinking WaveletPacket basis using a specific threshold
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comment Probability and distribution from actual data
@kale - you are most welcome. I count my own field (economics) as one where four significant figures is plenty. Indeed, more than three or four usually invites mockery and (justified) jibes of providing false precision.
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