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comment Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica
Brilliant! Thank you.
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comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list
I believe your second answer works, but not the first one.
Apr
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comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list
is it possible to do this in a one-liner?
Apr
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comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list
thanks, this is really comprehensive.. the only problem is, can you explain how "f_", "#", "&" are to be used, and I assume *( and *) represent the output?
Apr
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comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list
what do you mean...? and how do you use #, & and the /@ operator? I assume the last one is the Map operator, but I admit to not knowing how it works except that it will do f[element] for every element in a list where f is a function
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asked Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica
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answered WordData for other languages
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comment Combining heads of lists so that you can create a nested list from two sublists
Thank you! That helps. I was wondering what to do about varying length. Do you need to do Range@First@Demensions@yourList -1 though? because doesn't Range give a list which is the same dimension + 1? data = {1,2} Ex. Range[0,Length[data]] --> {0,1,2} if I was to have 0 be the first number that is.
Apr
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comment Combining heads of lists so that you can create a nested list from two sublists
eh.. also! what does '@' do exactly? I see @@ and @@@ under apply, but no @. Edit: found it under 'map'
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comment Combining heads of lists so that you can create a nested list from two sublists
oh. brilliant. thank you ! didn't see that
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asked Combining heads of lists so that you can create a nested list from two sublists