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Mathematica 10.0 Windows 7, 64-bit, 2 CPUs

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comment Placing bar chart labels on the upper and lower frame axes
Note, that this won't work for BoxWhiskerChart, as it seems to ignore FrameTicks specifications.
Dec
5
comment PaddedForm adds an additional padding character
@Ajasja, Ymareth BTW, you can supply a list of numbers directly to PaddedForm and related functions.
Oct
6
comment How to create word clouds?
@Phonon You cannot just replace part of code without understanding what it does. You need a weighted list of words, and Tally here would simply assing 1 for each name in namphy, as you have listed each only once. Try tally = Thread[{namphy, Range[70, 10, -10]}] and run with rest of Heike's code.
Oct
5
comment How to create word clouds?
@Phonon A bit more info would be useful about how/where it fails. The process should work for any words.
Jul
21
comment How to visualize large graphs with directed edge bundling
@Martin It seems like something is set prior to plotting with e.g. SetOptions[Graph, ...] or similar. You're missing vertex shapes as well. Is this the result when you start with a fresh kernel?
Jul
21
comment How to visualize large graphs with directed edge bundling
@Martin I'm on v10 now and it still works exactly the same way (though it generates slightly different graphs for the last example due to changes in my Facebook account). Could you please specify where the discrepancy is at your end?
Jul
20
comment Does anyone know the options for “HierarchicalEdgeBundling” in Mathematica?
Perhaps this answer is helpful?
Jul
11
comment Implementing efficient multiple undo
I wish I could say "I-implemented-something" meaning it's part of Mathematica from now on :)
Jul
10
comment How to avoid nested With[]?
In Mathematica 10, you can do it with Inactivate, see example here.
Jul
10
comment How can I manipulate TemporalData?
Yes, TimeSeries functionality is now built into Mathematica 10.
May
5
comment ScheduledTask with scoped variables. Working with timed evaluation
@Kuba If you find out what the discrepancy is (it still looks ok to me), ping me, I still check SE regularly.
May
5
comment ScheduledTask with scoped variables. Working with timed evaluation
@Kuba If I put h and op in the first argument of the DynamicModule the crawl still works nicely at my end.
May
5
comment ScheduledTask with scoped variables. Working with timed evaluation
@Kuba So what's wrong with this code? Module[{x}, Button["start", x = 0; RunScheduledTask[x++; If[x === 3, Print@1], {1, 5}]]] It scopes x and executes button code & sch.task correctly.
May
5
comment ScheduledTask with scoped variables. Working with timed evaluation
@Kuba, fine by me :)
Apr
22
comment How to find intervals in the domain corresponding to intervals in the range?
@aghil123 There was a typo at one line end (l instead of ;), corrected now. Please check.
Apr
3
comment How to robustly apply ToBoxes to a Dynamic expression?
@MichaelE2 I have successfully narrowed down my original problem to this minimal working example - question has been rewritten entirely (though title remained as it still applies). I have no idea how to solve this.
Apr
2
comment Can anyone explain how to use Mathematica's OAuth package?
In v10, some online services have built-in interfaces using OAuth authentication, see Accessing External Services & APIs.
Mar
28
comment How to interpret the FullForm of a SparseArray?
By "nonzero" (ic) you mean "nondefault"? Or does SparseArray always use 0 internally to denote the default?
Mar
28
comment SparseArray internal structure
@Silvia I guess my Q is indeed a duplicate, but considering how little attention Szabolcs's question got (this explains why I missed it when I checked for duplicates before posting), mine should be merged with his (or vice versa). Still, your image was quite descriptive, you could still add it as your own answer or add it to Leonid's CW.
Mar
28
comment How to interpret the FullForm of a SparseArray?
@Leonid You are right of course, but that statement originated from the docs. I'm afraid that the trend of nonatomic objects represented as atoms (often inconsistently) will be the standard, seeing all kind of Entity objects appearing in the preliminary documentation.