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May
22
comment If statement and elements of an imported data
To the close voter: no problems if the community does want to close, but I would argue that non-comparability of single-element lists using Greater and Less etc is not easily found in the documentation.
May
21
comment Problem displaying eps exported histograms in Word 2010
@OleksandrR. - could you please let me know what you did to get EPS to display in Word 2010? I assume this is on Windows, not the Mac? I can't get it to display at all, for bar-chart/histograms or line plots or any other kind of graphic.
May
20
comment Make Plot look like Bloomberg terminal
Also relevant: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/825/8
May
20
comment how to mean of day,month value
Heading for mathematica.stackexchange.com/help/badges/57/reversal? That would be hilarious. Please comment if there are changes to the answer you think would be warranted to get there.
May
20
comment how to mean of day,month value
Dear @BatbuyanMGL, please do not dump big amounts of unformatted data code like this. In any case, your data set looks like it isn't set up properly.
May
19
comment How can I make Plot axis thicker?
Part of the issue might be that, in putting the graphics into GraphicsGrid, their size is changing and therefore relative measures such as Thickness[0.02] are also changing. Consider AbsoluteThickness[1] instead, and change the number as required.
May
17
comment Financial Derivative european call option
Dear Alexander, perhaps you were looking for quant.stackexchange.com?
May
17
comment Problems with For statement
Hi wizar and welcome to Mathematica.SE. Don't set h outside the For loop. It's causing a clash.
May
14
comment Plots using TextAlignment with SwatchLegend to left align multi-line items
I just realised you can't reverse this. Notice that the OP had LegendLayout -> "ReversedColumn"
May
14
comment Plots using TextAlignment with SwatchLegend to left align multi-line items
@Kuba of course, but isn't Alignment and Pane equivalent to this?
May
14
comment Plots using TextAlignment with SwatchLegend to left align multi-line items
This is an interesting question. Is it also an issue for LineLegend?
May
14
comment Plots using TextAlignment with SwatchLegend to left align multi-line items
@WolframFan This one might be easier to automate, since the value of the LegendLayout Option can be set in any underlying package.
May
14
comment Plots using TextAlignment with SwatchLegend to left align multi-line items
Would Pane work as well? @WolframFan -this should probably be automated in the underlying legend-creating code if possible.
May
14
comment How to fix a PDF line rendering problem in V9
Confirm the same problem in V9.0.1 on Windows. Different default thicknesses (including Thickness rather than AbsoluteThickness, or the keyword Thin) have similar problems. This strikes me as being a bug.
May
13
comment Setting non-standard ImageResolution for EMF export as default
@YvesKlett - it depends (1) if the fonts come through correctly and (2) if pstoedit can be piped to a .Net application (we are using a .Net frontend for this Mathematica application).
May
13
comment Finding simpler implied formulas while preserving contradiction
Welcome to Mathematica.SE? Your question would be easier to answer if you included the (valid) Mathematica code that you have been using so far.
May
12
comment How can we create a histogram distribution from binning data?
Typo in the last code block?
Apr
28
comment How to put x-Label below the x-Axis?
And here was I thinking that this was such a trivial addition to Yves' answer that I should CW it. Three up votes in an hour?
Apr
26
comment Modelling Hysteresis with a Differential Equation
John, could you please clarify what you mean by “doesn’t work” for the first method? And for the second method do you mean the kernel crashes?
Apr
14
comment How can I calculate the limit without using the L'Hopital's rule
I have decided not to close this question or migrate, because it has a sensible Mathematica-based answer. As such it will still be useful to the community, even if the OP wasn't actually wanting a Mathematica solution. There is only one more vote needed to close, and I'm happy to be overruled.