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Dec
17
comment Incorporating the minimum and maximum of the function in a Dynamic plot
Welcome to Mathematica.SE! It isn't really appropriate for us to do your homework for you, but here are some hints that might help. You can use calculus to find turning points, and show the turning point using Epilog, like this: Dynamic[Plot[f, {x, -10, 10}, Epilog -> {Red, PointSize[Large], Point[{With[{minx = First[x /. Solve[D[f, x] == 0]]}, {minx, f /. x -> minx}]}]}]].
Dec
11
comment What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users?
@timoftebogdan. I disagree- this is a site about Mathematica, so it is not relevant if nested loop-itis is popular in other languages. And Map is a lot more readable than For...etc
Dec
10
comment Polar histogram
What's radiis? It's not specified in your code.
Dec
10
comment How to know the internal algorithms of functions like Predict or Classify?
This is an interesting question but it's not clear anyone but Wolfram staff could answer it.
Dec
10
comment Setting Page Scale
David, just want to reassure you that there is no shame in asking a duplicate question. We mark them this way to ensure that people get pointed to a canonical answer.
Dec
9
comment How to Plot inside a Do loop?
@SjoerdC.deVries - yes, thanks! Now why couldn't I find it? I feel a bit guilty picking up the rep, but I think my answer is more succinct than the ones to that question.
Dec
9
comment How to Plot inside a Do loop?
All, I'm pretty sure this is a duplicate but I can't find it just yet.
Dec
7
comment Error with numerical summation - how to specify “n choose r”?
Not in Mathematica syntax, it isn't. I think you need Binomial.
Dec
7
comment Error with numerical summation - how to specify “n choose r”?
what's choose?
Dec
2
comment Simulating from Custom Function
reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/MultinormalDistribution.html RandomVariate[MultinormalDistribution[parameters],numberofiterates]
Dec
2
comment Difference between Evaluation>>Quit Kernel and Quit[]
Aside from the obvious difference that Quit[] can be invoked from a text-based interface, while the menu command is only accessible from the front end? I'm not sure there is one.
Dec
2
comment Simulating from Custom Function
xvector = RandomReal[{0,1},100] ?
Dec
2
comment Simulating from Custom Function
This is just a guess without more information, but something using Map (/@) is probably what you want: mvBeta[rating,#,r]&/@ xvector.
Dec
2
comment Simulating from Custom Function
Welcome, Jim! Do you perhaps mean mvBeta[rating_,x_,R_]:=densityProduct[rating,x]*mvnCopula[copulaInput[rating,x]‌​,R], noting this: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/18487/8 ? And what sort of input is x? Random real numbers? Some other distirbution?
Dec
2
comment How to force correct answers for Integrals of Cos[mx]*Cos[nx]?
In that case, I shall close this one as a duplicate. Thanks for letting us know.
Dec
1
comment FindDistributionParameters and Hypothesis Testing
I believe you need the KolmogorovSmirnovTest but better statisticians than me might have other suggestions. Also, I would strongly recommend against using Subscript for variable names. Try simple indices like \[Mu][1] instead.
Nov
22
comment How to keep first observation and delete other observations of each group in unbalanced Panel data
Oops! Typing too fast – thanks bel!
Nov
21
comment C# Tree view similar
Does OpenerView do what you want?
Nov
18
comment How does Mathematica resolve symbolic systems of inequalities?
Bill, welcome to the site. Have you looked at Assumptions and Assuming?
Nov
17
comment How to create an effective PlotLegend when plotting many ListPlots?
Dots and dashes won't help you if you are using ListPlot and Joined->False as the default. See how some of your data series (e.g. that green one) have breaks in them?