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Sep
26
comment Change values in equation with slider
Hope you don’t mind the edit. I realise my draft wasn't different enough
Sep
24
comment How to get data from For loops to plot it?
Glad to help, but "Why don't the integrals converge?" is a completely different question.
Sep
24
comment Import file from FTP site
I can confirm this worked in a fresh session (without needing a "clean start") under Mac OS x 10.8
Sep
24
comment How to get data from For loops to plot it?
By the way, @bijeli_vitez, welcome to Mathematica.SE! Please consider registering your account so that any upvotes you get on this question are added to those you might get on future questions and answers. That way, over time you will be able to do more on the site (post graphics, edit things, etc).
Sep
22
comment How to style and position VerticalCallouts and RadialCallouts
I worked them out - added here.
Sep
22
comment How to style and position VerticalCallouts and RadialCallouts
I found some other weird options like PopoutSpacing and Popout->True but I couldn't work out what they did.
Sep
22
comment How to style and position VerticalCallouts and RadialCallouts
You've see my brute-force coding methods - :) actually it didn't take that long to isolate the r$ thing by searching for Callout.
Sep
22
comment How to style and position VerticalCallouts and RadialCallouts
Some spelunking in a Trace of your code suggests that the settings are hardcoded. For example, the radius of the disk is set by the value of Charting‘ChartLabelingDump‘r1$. I tried setting this but could not find a way to change the value used. Incidentally, I found two undocumented labeling options, "Staggered" (same as "RadialOuter") and "CircularUniformFramed". Try: PieChart[Range[10], PerformanceGoal -> "Speed", ChartLabels -> Placed[Range[10], "CircularUniformFramed", Style[#, Red, Bold, 14] &], SectorOrigin -> {Automatic, 1}, ImagePadding -> 20]
Sep
21
comment Use Mathematica to do a network analysis of Mathematica.SE
Yes, the API works. See this question and this answer to a question on meta. I never got around to linking posts and people though - it would be interesting, but probably requires a Stack API key.
Sep
17
comment Degree Symbol missing in PolarPlot when exported to PDF
Try evaluating SetOptions[$FrontEnd, PrivateFontOptions -> {"OperatorSubstitution" -> False}] before your code to produce the plot.
Sep
13
comment Clustering a bivariate data set with Mathematica
By the way, welcome, and please consider registering your account. That way, any upvotes you get on this question are added to those you might get on future questions and answers. Then over time you will be able to do more on the site (post graphics, edit things, etc).
Sep
13
comment Clustering a bivariate data set with Mathematica
Without more information about your exact problem, it's hard to say, but in short, yes. You might also want to look at the FindClusters function.
Sep
13
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I don't think it's my place to set expectations about what you need to do to meet some threshold of suitability. But similar to what R.M said: one would at least expect to see more voting (up and down), and edits of posts other than your own. Over the next few days, monitor the recent posts of low-rep users and edit their posts to fix typos and clean up their code formatting. There is quite a lot of this kind of work.
Sep
12
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Are you ready for the time commitment? It would mean visiting at least daily, maybe several times a day. Right now, you don't even have the Enthusiast badge.
Sep
11
comment Generating an ordered list of pairs of elements from ordered lists
By the way, welcome to Mathematica.SE! For some reason I thought you had already joined, early on, but can't find the account now in the user list.
Sep
8
comment Why is LogLogPlot[] slower than Plot[]?
I cannot replicate the timing difference for this example. On a clean kernel, the log-log case is if anything faster according to AbsoluteTiming. But I replaced the % with an explicit label for the Table in the previous line - perhaps that is the issue?
Sep
8
comment First evaluation fails
Thanks @cormullion - these are actually my favorite kind of answer to write.
Sep
6
comment Manipulating the axis on a ListLinePlot
@Verde I know, but I got tangled in my answer and hadn't posted it until now.
Sep
6
comment Manipulating the axis on a ListLinePlot
@CarlMorris actually, they are not documented to do so, but they do (see also here).
Sep
4
comment Improving the source-code indentation in Wolfram Workbench
Changing these settings does change things, but not in the way Pillsy wants. I think the only answer that could be accepted is "this isn't possible unless Leonid comes up with a clever plugin".