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Apr
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
7
revised Improving semantic interpretation of dates
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Apr
7
asked Improving semantic interpretation of dates
Apr
7
accepted Poor (network) performance of Interpreter[“Time”]
Apr
5
comment How can I create a function with optional arguments and options?
Is it time for OptionsObject? .. . entered via keyboard shortcuts and or: <o| "g"-> Identity |o> . [The small o looked better than cap]
Apr
2
revised How to remove the TimeZone from a TimeObject
added 209 characters in body
Apr
2
asked How to remove the TimeZone from a TimeObject
Apr
2
comment Aligning multiple TimelinePlot's: PlotRange problem
I reworked the code to clarify. However, w/ only two data items, some of the earlier problems like 23:55 don't appear in this reduction.
Apr
2
revised Aligning multiple TimelinePlot's: PlotRange problem
reworked code to clarify; added pic corresponding to actual data
Apr
2
accepted Min, Max are slow on TimeObjects
Apr
1
comment Make a time IntervalSlider
+1, but note as Begin slider increases, the DateTicks start to overlap. Maybe you can answer my Q: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/78821/…
Apr
1
revised Aligning multiple TimelinePlot's: PlotRange problem
added 47 characters in body
Apr
1
asked Aligning multiple TimelinePlot's: PlotRange problem
Mar
30
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
27
comment Opposite of StringSplit
...& operator form StringJoin["/"] eg list of strings --> path
Mar
27
comment Opposite of StringSplit
@WRI, why not just StringJoin[res," "]
Mar
27
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?
Mar
27
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
27
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.
Mar
27
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.