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Mathematica 10.0 Windows 7, 64-bit, 2 CPUs

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Feb
2
comment How to typeset a system of equations
True, I've just realized that myself. +1 for your more robust solution!
Feb
2
comment How to typeset a system of equations
Why not use the built-in align-to-character option? DisplayForm@RowBox[{StyleBox["{", SpanMaxSize -> Infinity], Column[eqs, Alignment -> "\[Equal]"]}]
Jan
22
comment Real Numbers in the Wolfram Language
Also related: How to check if an expression is a real-valued number.
Jan
15
comment How we can make a simple pallette to change the Font characteristics?
+1 Compact, I like the poor man's operator form of Button.
Jan
6
comment Front-end glitch when interacting with dynamic content
@Sjoerd Are you on v10? I am, and I can pretty reliably say that this annoyance is gone. Could you still reproduce it? If not, would you please post a short answer that it got "solved" (whatever the cause was), so that I can accept it?
Jan
6
comment Faded output is printed from dynamic object
@Yves same as yours. My FrontEnd has always produced some strange glitches unreproducable by many... Also, Find&Replace window crashes all the time. BTW, do you have the default behaviour of editing an input cell and thus fading out its output?
Jan
4
comment Real Numbers in the Wolfram Language
Related Q&A at math.se.
Jan
4
comment IntegerQ and Element Integers give different results in one case
@Algohi Because all 4.0, 4, 4/1, 8/2, etc. are different representations of the same mathematical concept, the number four, which is a member of Z. Element tests mathematical set-inclusion while IntegerQ checks if the argument is "structurally" represented in Mathematica as an Integer type or not.
Dec
16
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.