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My current interests are math, physics and programming.

"An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes, which can be made, in a very narrow field." Niels Bohr (1885-1962)


Oct
17
asked Making fractals with Mathematica
Oct
2
awarded  Commentator
Oct
2
comment Defining regions for `Exclusions`
@Artes I mean a slideshow made in mathematica with interactive content ;)
Oct
2
accepted Defining regions for `Exclusions`
Oct
2
comment Defining regions for `Exclusions`
@Artes it's not that I don't mind the error messages, it's just that I'm using it in a presentation and don't want the graph to produce messages.
Oct
2
asked Defining regions for `Exclusions`
Sep
18
awarded  Caucus
Sep
18
awarded  Constituent
Sep
14
comment `Trigger` autorunning when not supposed to
@Mr.Wizard OK, I'll keep that in mind next time:)
Sep
14
accepted `Trigger` autorunning when not supposed to
Sep
14
comment `Trigger` autorunning when not supposed to
@Mr.Wizard Every second I want MyAnimation[time, dynamicVar] to evaluate and assign the result to dynamicVar.
Sep
14
asked `Trigger` autorunning when not supposed to
Aug
20
awarded  Enthusiast
Aug
19
comment How to create this four-dimensional cube animation?
@paradox2 I think he stereographically projected the vertices, but not the edges. I did something similar for the 600-cell some time ago and as you can see the edges are rounded, not straight. By using Line the animation can easily be confused with a perspective projection.
Aug
6
comment Thread[] seems to reset changes made with Manipulate[]
@kguler thanks! Worked perfectly!
Aug
6
comment Thread[] seems to reset changes made with Manipulate[]
@kguler sorry, I meant Dynamic["II"/.rules] produces bList while "II"/.rules doesn't allow me to change any of the PopupMenus (i.e. neither seems to work).
Aug
6
comment Thread[] seems to reset changes made with Manipulate[]
Thanks. However the rules doesn't seem to work if I try the simple ("II"/.rules). Instead it returns bList.
Aug
6
accepted Thread[] seems to reset changes made with Manipulate[]
Aug
6
asked Thread[] seems to reset changes made with Manipulate[]
Aug
4
comment Creating a list of PopupMenus that dynamically update an element in a list
Thanks for the answer as well! Just one question though; how come the With[{n=n},.....] works?