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Consultant (environmental and spatial stats a specialty), expert witness, and teacher. I can be reached through (outdated but still valid) links posted on my web site.

Twitter: @WilliamAHuber // ASA-P website: http://amstatphilly.org/


Why waste time learning, when ignorance is instantaneous?

--T(iger) Hobbes.

For any complex problem there is a simple solution. And it's always wrong.

--[Mis?]attributed to H.L. Mencken by Dava Sobel, Longitude.


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reviewed Leave Open Inverse of function including hyperbolic cotangent
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comment Inverse of function including hyperbolic cotangent
Could you elaborate on what you mean by "create a numeric function"? Consider, for instance, the command Plot[InverseFunction[Coth[#] - 1/# &][y], {y, 0, 1}]: would that constitute an acceptable solution?
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reviewed Reopen Outputting numbers symbolically
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comment Clustering of space-time data
@s.s.o I found copies of the files on a backup drive and have shared them on Dropbox.
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reviewed Close Assumption for all the notebook
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reviewed Close Positions of a string in a list
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reviewed Close Assigning a given value if a function returns an error
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reviewed Close Can mathematica rearrange an equation and solve/plot it?
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comment Representing a Stencil of a Finite Difference Operator with Mathematica's Graphics3D
@rubenvb Thank you: I see what you mean. There are arbitrary elements to that diagram--it could be drawn in many equivalent ways. However, something like it could be implemented in Mathematica, provided we settle on rules to determine which sets of line segments to draw.
Jul
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comment Representing a Stencil of a Finite Difference Operator with Mathematica's Graphics3D
@rubenvb That's a great idea. How would you implement it? In this diagram, renderings of such connections would all run into one another. I can think of some possibilities, such as introducing a light 3D grid, or a set of nested transparent cubes, or other such visual references, but perhaps you have a specific form of visualization in mind?
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