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Dec
17
comment How can I transfer colors from first image into second image?
you may check HistogramTransform and MatchImageHistograms.
Nov
27
awarded  Good Question
Nov
16
reviewed Approve Comparing LetL and Module efficiency
Nov
13
answered FindPeaks does not smooth noise on peak?
Nov
12
comment Is there a way to show some “weighted” residuals after LinearModelFit?
you may try Rescale. something like: data = {{0, 1}, {1, 0.05}, {3, 2}, {5, 4}}; dat=Rescale[data, {-0.5, 0.5}] lm = LinearModelFit[dat, x, x]; lm["FitResiduals"]
Nov
11
awarded  Custodian
Nov
11
reviewed Approve How can I use Mathematica's graph functions to cheat at Boggle?
Nov
7
comment Distance between vectors does not match distance between probability distribution
I think Euclidean distance is not right measure for distributions. you may check en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statistical_distance
Nov
2
comment Get 2d corner coordinates / layout using edge detection
you should see the post mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/19546/…
Oct
9
comment How to generate random points in a region?
@ybeltukov Very nice answer. Could you just explain briefly why you use DirichletDistribution?
Oct
9
comment Converting image data to array
Might be useful topic 'Detecting grid lines in a raster image' mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/13918/…
Oct
8
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
1
revised Finding Local Minima / Maxima in Noisy Data
added new fuctionality of v10
Sep
16
comment How to call a java method that takes a boolean (not Boolean)?
You may try tocall Boolean.TRUE
Sep
9
comment Calculating a potential function using the finite element method
@MarkMcClure yes you are right. It is also mentioned in other discussions that some parameters are ignored. However, by discretizing region as in Q 3 {0, 0} problem disappears.
Sep
9
comment Calculating a potential function using the finite element method
problem 2 and 3 can be corrected by using DiscretizeRegion. dis = DiscretizeRegion[reg] and than mesh = ToElementMesh[dis, MaxCellMeasure -> 0.0005, "MaxBoundaryCellMeasure" -> 0.01];
Sep
9
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
28
comment Pass the list of variables into function to change their values
you may check this question and answers mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/22376/…
Aug
27
comment Object separation from a 2.5D surface
@zeckra Instead of dealing with geometric models how about defining problem as optimization task and fitting biggest blob or sphere? If I am not mistaken MichaelE2 has related nice solution for 2d circle.
Aug
27
revised Object separation from a 2.5D surface
added links