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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul2 awarded Curious May11 awarded Yearling May17 comment What does Binomial return for non-integer arguments? @Szabolcs cheers for the edit and answer! May17 accepted What does Binomial return for non-integer arguments? May17 awarded Commentator May17 comment What does Binomial return for non-integer arguments? I agree @Szabolcs, my question wasn't very clear. I'm satisfied by knowing that the Gamma function is used for non-integer input as pointed out by both J.M. and as stated in the documentation -- I honestly didn't read the documentation carefully enough. May17 asked What does Binomial return for non-integer arguments? Apr19 accepted Plotting Piecewise function, ExclusionsStyle not shown completely Apr18 comment Plotting Piecewise function, ExclusionsStyle not shown completely @Spawn1701D Cheers! Can you provide this as an answer so I can accept it? Apr18 asked Plotting Piecewise function, ExclusionsStyle not shown completely Feb3 comment Detect highest order of derivative in expression? Terrific thank you so much! Feb3 accepted Detect highest order of derivative in expression? Feb3 asked Detect highest order of derivative in expression? Nov14 revised Inconsistent boundary and initial conditions: BC ignored altogether deleted 4 characters in body Nov14 revised Inconsistent boundary and initial conditions: BC ignored altogether added 1180 characters in body Nov14 comment Inconsistent boundary and initial conditions: BC ignored altogether Thank you @ruebenko and I understand what you're saying about the boundary condition at x==length. However, I don't understand how NDSolve manages to ignore the boundary condition in the origin altogether without running into trouble. If I comment out the left b/c, NDSolve complains: NDSolve::bcart: Warning: An insufficient number of boundary conditions have been specified for the direction of independent variable x. Artificial boundary effects may be present in the solution. Nov13 asked Inconsistent boundary and initial conditions: BC ignored altogether Jun24 awarded Nice Question Apr29 comment What do the options of SmoothKernelDistribution do? Forget what I said about overlapping kernels ... of course that shouldn't happen. However, if I choose a simple kernel such as "Rectangular", why would I want those to be interpolated individually with some polynomial?