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Aug
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comment Word Squares and Beyond
Neat idea, but I can't help wanting to cite the StackExchange perennial: "What have you tried?". Also related: codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/12974/…. Wikipedia tells me that there isn't currently a known order-10 word square, so small order is as far as it goes.
Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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comment Substituting Symbol font for Mathematica's custom font in exported plots and other graphics
@SjoerdC.deVries the difference is that SetOptions works for all characters that would otherwise be substituted (parentheses, +, - etc) without you needing to know which ones are substituted, and you don't have to change fonts by hand every time. But my Q&A pair is a nice hack for those times you need a Greek letter or an unusual symbol.
Aug
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comment Substituting Symbol font for Mathematica's custom font in exported plots and other graphics
@SjoerdC.deVries - you can avoid these problems with SetOptions[Graphics,BaseStyle -> {PrivateFontOptions -> {"OperatorSubstitution" -> False}} . I am sure I had another question that covered this but I can't seem to find ti.
Aug
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revised Adding Lines to Sparklines (plots w/o frames, axes, etc.)
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Aug
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revised How can I ensure graphics exported in WMF format don't have text-spacing problems?
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Aug
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answered Substituting Symbol font for Mathematica's custom font in exported plots and other graphics
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asked Substituting Symbol font for Mathematica's custom font in exported plots and other graphics
Aug
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answered Adding Lines to Sparklines (plots w/o frames, axes, etc.)
Aug
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comment Plotting best-response functions
I am not a microeconomist so I haven't worked on such things lately, but the non-convexity isn't needed. I was able to get a triple equilibria with this pair of functions: Plot[{Exp[-x - 0.25] + 0.1, Exp[-(0.9 x^(1/2))]}, {x, -1, 12}, PlotRange -> {0, 2}]. Their derivatives need to be equal at two points, so what you are looking for is convex functions (first derivative negative, second derivative positive) where the second derivative crosses.
Aug
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comment Cut and paste data from a spreadsheet
This is correct but essentially replicates Sjoerd's answer. Nonetheless welcome to Mathematica.SE and thank you for your answer. Interestingly both Table and Range work in that third argument, but not Span.
Aug
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revised Reproducing Image Patterns with Mathematica
DiagramPlot needs the ComputationalGeometry package
Aug
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answered PlotRange problems
Aug
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comment PlotRange problems
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Aug
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comment Automatically return output using decimals instead of fractions
You only need to use N at the very last stage before sending the output to Java.
Aug
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comment How to set the initial condition? (to make IC and BC consistent)
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Aug
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comment Using the elements of a subset in a Do loop
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comment Automatically return output using decimals instead of fractions
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answered Automatically return output using decimals instead of fractions
Aug
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answered Using block or module to free cache