# Eiyrioü von Kauyf

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 Apr10 revised Mapping and Interpolation added 134 characters in body Apr10 asked Mapping and Interpolation Apr10 comment How to Map a subset of list elements to a function? @kguler I already upvoted it :). I like the timings chart. How did you do that? Apr10 comment How to Map a subset of list elements to a function? why is it f[#[[1]], #[[2]]] and not just f[#1,#2]? Apr10 asked Using one table for multiple arguments Apr8 comment Combining heads of lists so that you can create a nested list from two sublists Interesting I did not know that. Thanks :D. About the terminology I have no clue whether you are or not, I was just wondering if there was some notation/convention I did not know about. Thanks! Apr8 comment Combining heads of lists so that you can create a nested list from two sublists pardon me but ... canonical? What do you mean in that sense? Apr8 comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list how do you do log arguments though, ex. Log[1,2] Apr7 comment Creating legends for plots with multiple lines? thank you, I believe that should work! Apr7 comment Creating legends for plots with multiple lines? I would like the legend to say that [Line of Color A] = $Log_{a} x$ and the next [Line of Color B] = $Log_{b} x$ etc. where $a,b,c ...$ is specified by that Table iteration Apr7 comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list thanks! I'll try Apr7 comment Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica Ok. Thanks, I haven't seen a function in brackets before so I was uncertain where to look, as things such as @ are hard to find. Addtionally, what is ~Join~ ? I saw it on an answer somewhere. Apr7 accepted Map and Apply a function on a nested list Apr7 asked Creating legends for plots with multiple lines? Apr7 awarded Commentator Apr7 comment Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica how about a 3d surface spectrogram? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Spectrogram.png additionally, what is [Transpose] Apr7 accepted Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica Apr7 comment Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica Brilliant! Thank you. Apr7 awarded Supporter Apr7 comment Map and Apply a function on a nested list I believe your second answer works, but not the first one.