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comment Is it possible to write popular journal in Mathematica?
@Lou, but with how much programming/configuring effort?
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comment Opposite of StringSplit
...& operator form StringJoin["/"] eg list of strings --> path
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comment Opposite of StringSplit
@WRI, why not just StringJoin[res," "]
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comment Mathematica 10.1 availability
Completely agree w belisarius and also only WRI could answer - and if they chose to wouldn't they make it public? Close?
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awarded  Necromancer
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comment Ordered associations
assoc = <|b -> x, c -> y, d -> z|>; assoc[a] = 42; assoc (* <|b -> x, c -> y, d -> z, a -> 42|> *), so order in Association means insertion order, as opposed to the infinite universe of orders (reflexive, antisymmetric relation) that one might imagine, eg lex order.
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comment Polar color coding for complex function plots?
Thanks 2012 - this is nice and looks more detailed than the previous efforts, eg as linked by Jens above. I emailed Marcolli re discrepancy but have not heard back.
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accepted Polar color coding for complex function plots?
Mar
21
asked Polar color coding for complex function plots?
Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Mar
20
comment Dataset: sort rows in descending order of first column
dataset[SortBy[a] /* Reverse]
Mar
16
comment Dimensions of the results of Text[] within Graphics[]
@Isaac, did you ever get a direct answer in coordinate units? I've asked a similar Q about extracting bounding boxes and still looking for a general method.
Mar
11
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
8
comment Min, Max are slow on TimeObjects
Well, I made no claim to complexity. I thanked your effort (+1). Btw, complexity itself is downtrending in the most recent ACM topics survey.
Mar
8
comment Working on a certain column after importing data from a file
@MattiasDam, do you know about Dataset? mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/dataset
Mar
8
comment Min, Max are slow on TimeObjects
Right, that's an appropriate test - but note that comparison isn't in your original answer.
Mar
8
comment Min, Max are slow on TimeObjects
No, for example, take the timing data in my Q and then interpolate using a spline curve - which afaik are all polynomial, including Bezier: Map[Apply[List]] // Interpolation[#, Method -> "Spline"] & // Plot[#[x], {x, 0, 15}] &
Mar
7
comment Min, Max are slow on TimeObjects
+1, and I've filed w/ WRI support. Let me ask about the mothod, a polynomial can fit any finite number of points even if exponentially growing.
Mar
7
accepted Min, Max are slow on TimeObjects
Mar
7
awarded  Nice Question