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May
15
comment Applying functions to irregularly distributed Keys in Association lists
Already submitted to WRI tech support. Hopefully b/w MissingBehavior, PartBehavior and FailureAction can rescue it.
May
14
comment Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
You may also be interested in this related q: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/83414/…
May
14
accepted Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
May
13
revised Applying functions to irregularly distributed Keys in Association lists
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May
13
revised Applying functions to irregularly distributed Keys in Association lists
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May
13
asked Applying functions to irregularly distributed Keys in Association lists
May
12
comment Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
Not sure where the 0 comes from but did you mean to write this? data3[All, Switch[#commonKey, 1, #["b"], 2, #["c"]] &]? That works while Switch[#commonKey, 1, #b, 2, #c] .
May
12
comment Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
Programmable: w/, w/i, w/o ...
May
12
revised Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
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May
11
revised Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
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May
11
asked Applying Switch and Which to mixed-Key Association lists
May
11
comment A Query using Select and Quiet fails but Select by itself works
No, the focus of this q is on Query's behavior with respect to Quiet
May
11
comment A Query using Select and Quiet fails but Select by itself works
As intented, StringMatchQ does not match Missing[] values, and its warning is suppressed by Quiet though somehow not as a Query.
May
11
asked A Query using Select and Quiet fails but Select by itself works
May
11
comment Dataset fails on StringMatchQ warning due to Missing value
Thanks butr even wrapping Block is a pain - the behavior should be specified globally. Also, ran into an edge case where data // Select[Quiet...] works but data[Select[Quiet...]]fails.
May
8
accepted Dataset fails on StringMatchQ warning due to Missing value
May
8
comment Dataset fails on StringMatchQ warning due to Missing value
This problem shows up generically w/ Missing, it's inconvenient to modify the logic just to handle those.
May
8
comment Dataset fails on StringMatchQ warning due to Missing value
One workaround for above is pre-replace missing values by empty string or similar, Query[All, {"a" -> Replace[Missing[] -> ""]}], violates the spirit of Missing
May
8
asked Dataset fails on StringMatchQ warning due to Missing value
Apr
27
comment Problems with TimelinePlot
@rcollyer, I describe this in a comment to this Q and by contrast to Google Maps - mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/78377/801