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comment Animated Wave propagation using split operator method
Ok, if @Peltio is willing to add a new, tailored answer, I'm happy to reopen.
Apr
30
comment Animated Wave propagation using split operator method
Hi all, rather than reopen this one and make @Peltio have to move the question, I've marked this question as a duplicate of the other. That way people will find the answer regardless of which question they land on.
Apr
28
comment Add assumptions to Solve command
Welcome to Mathematica.SE @MathHelpNeeded! I suggest: 1) You take the introductory Tour now! 2) When you see good questions and answers, vote them up by clicking the gray triangles, because the credibility of the system is based on the reputation gained by users sharing their knowledge. Also, please remember to accept the answer, if any, that solves your problem, by clicking the checkmark sign! 3) As you receive help, try to give it too, by answering questions in your area of expertise.
Apr
28
comment Control legend size when autoLegend is used with LinTicks
Glad I could help. If you are a beginner I would suggest trying to do simple things first, like using the built-in legending functionality instead of taking custom stuff from this site that was designed for an earlier version of the program. Since you mention in another comment that you are using version 9, none of this extra complexity is necessary.
Apr
28
comment Statistics question
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it does not relate to the software Mathematica from Wolfram Research.
Apr
24
comment Removing gutter shadows from scanned pages
Does this help? mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/17125/8
Apr
23
comment How to use PlotMarkers or Mesh with Plot to creat Marks on the plot
@MichaelE2 Yes, but isn't it odd that the default colors don't resolve to an existing scheme?
Apr
23
comment Reduce gives wrong solutions
Hello, and welcome to Mathematica.SE! This is an interesting point and link, but as it stands, your answer is more a comment than a full answer. Could you please expand on it a little, say, by summarising the content in the linked post?
Apr
22
comment DensityPlot colours symmetric around zero
I have to admit I didn't test the function extensively. Glad I could help! By the way, according to the documentation, NMaxValue etc also only find local minima, unless f is linear.
Apr
22
comment the “natrual value”and the “Pruning”
Welcome to Mathematica.SE! May I suggest that you split this into two separate questions? They are very different.
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?
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
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.
Mar
12
comment How to access data from WHO Mortality Database
Check out the Import function, which supports ZIP files. You would need to know the internal structure of the ZIP archive to see if there are any directories within it.
Mar
5
comment how to reduce noise in time series data?how to do interpolation for missing value data?
Have a look at ListInterpolation
Feb
23
comment Help with functions in Mathematica
@m_goldberg - I'm guessing ToCharacterCode? Connor, you might not need your own function for this.
Feb
21
comment Copy/export a plot as vector EMF
The Opacity trick definitely works. Your issue is not the EMF issue, it's that you can't use Export at all.
Feb
12
comment Time inhomogeneous Markov Chain in Mathematica
I haven't time to work this out myself but something involving FoldList and an Array of the relevant transition matrices should work. The main catch is that RandomFunction outputs TemporalData, so you might need to use ["Paths"] to strip it back to a plain list.