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comment Apply an image as a texture to text
@LiamWilliam, see update.
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revised Apply an image as a texture to text
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comment Apply an image as a texture to text
@Mr.Wizard, Extrusion is the new Thickness for Plot3D. See this.
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comment Combining images with CUDA
@Mr.Wizard, I just mean to work with the image data directly as in bigarray[[100;;109, 200;;209]] += smallarray Perhaps I have misunderstood the question?
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comment Combining images with CUDA
How quick do you need it? A simple approach using Part on packed arrays takes about a tenth of a second.
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comment Apply an image as a texture to text
@MichaelE2, I'm using Windows 7 (64 bit) and version 10. It worked fine with version 9 too.
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comment Apply an image as a texture to text
It didn't even occur to me to use shadow :-)
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answered Apply an image as a texture to text
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comment How to set up the Fourier domain for a Fourier Transform?
This one may also help.
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comment How to set up the Fourier domain for a Fourier Transform?
The FFT outputs positive frequencies first, from zero up to Nyquist, then negative frequencies. See the linked question for more details.
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comment Merging lists and adding common elements
More terse: Reap[Sow@@@Join[J,L],_,{#1,Total@#2}&]//Last
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comment Behaviour of Plot3D with large numbers
For a simpler example: Plot3D[Sign[u], {u, -1, 1}, {p, -100, 100}, ExclusionsStyle -> Red]
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comment Behaviour of Plot3D with large numbers
Looks like a bug with the handling of exclusions. Try with ExclusionsStyle -> Red for example.
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revised V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
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comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
@Mr.Wizard, I'm not sure either. I've noticed that some folk avoid @ and // too, so maybe using a single consistent style for function application is a more important consideration for them than other aspects of readability.
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comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
@xzczd, yes you could use // the way I have written it. Perhaps that would be clearer actually.