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Oct
26
comment Findfit doesn't provide reasonable results when fitting a complex function
This question appears to be off-topic because the fit found by FindFit is perfectly reasonable
Oct
26
comment FindFaces: how to improve the results of the face recognition feature
@user15961, it's very strange. I'm sorry but I have no clue what could be causing it! There should be no difference between using the Automatic option and explicitly specifying the same file.
Oct
26
comment FindFaces: how to improve the results of the face recognition feature
@user15961, what does this give? Cases[DownValues @ Image`PatternRecognitionDump`ffOpenCV, _FileNameJoin, -1]
Oct
26
comment FindFaces: how to improve the results of the face recognition feature
@user15961, I'm not sure. Does the file exist at that location?
Oct
26
comment OpenCL_result not the same as that in the example-Julia
I get the same problem. There is also an error: "OpenCLLink experienced an internal error." This is on Windows 7 with an Nvidia GTX 550Ti graphics card. The compilation goes okay so I suspect a driver bug or perhaps the GPU's double precision support isn't up to scratch.
Oct
25
comment Can Listplot output data to an image whilst leaving axes and labels as vectors?
The linked question deals with 3D graphics, but I think halirutan's solution should adapt easily to ListPlot
Oct
25
comment FindFaces: how to improve the results of the face recognition feature
@bobthechemist, here is the complete course: Use this, plus trial and error ;-)
Oct
24
comment Extracting columns from multidimensional list
What version are you using? Your second one does not work for me (I get a "Position specification ... is not applicable" error)
Oct
22
comment Mathematica multi-dimensional numerical integration default method
Related
Oct
19
comment Label Markers On ListPlot
It looks like Labeled in the first example positions the labels to avoid collisions. I didn't know it did that.
Oct
19
comment How can I get Overlay to position graphics according to coordinates?
You can improve the alignment with PlotRangePadding -> None on both graphics
Oct
16
comment How to Use Mathematica as a C/C++ compiler
@RolfMertig, I have wondered the same thing. It would make things a lot easier for those who just want to use CompilationTarget -> "C" and don't need a compiler for anything else.
Oct
16
comment Colorful and eyecandy text by Mathematica
@MichaelE2, personally I like the last slide to contain just the word "APPLAUSE" :-)
Oct
16
comment Colorful and eyecandy text by Mathematica
too much?
Oct
12
comment Assign a randomly generated list to variable
The TracePrint image shows the problem very clearly. No idea why this happens - I suggest you (and @Naitree) report this to Wolfram as a bug.
Oct
8
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
@Helium, that's good to know. I hope you find it useful.
Oct
6
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
@Helium, googling "missing shlwapi.h" suggests you might need to install/repair the Windows SDK. On my system shlwapi.h is present in both C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\Include\um and C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1A\Include. Alternatively you could try using the pre-built MathMF DLL.
Oct
6
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
@rhermans, done.
Oct
6
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
I agree with Szabolcs that using other software will be the easiest route. If you insist on using Mathematica and are on Windows, you could try my video import/export package from here. It writes frames one by one so you need only have one frame in memory at a time. You can't export to AVI though, only WMV or MP4.
Oct
5
comment Using an Image as the Fill/Texture (not background) of a Plot (not polygon)
@iwantmyphd, I wonder if the filling polygon is partially transparent in version 9. You could try FillingStyle -> Black. Otherwise I'm not sure, I don't have version 9 to test with.