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Since version 7, Mathematica includes gigabytes of curated data relevant to many different fields, including physics, chemistry, graph theory, finance, geography and many more.

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There are formulas for spheres but probably not the ones you're looking for: Select[FormulaLookup[], StringContainsQ[#, "sphere", IgnoreCase -> True] &] (* {"ChargedSphere", "SphereMomentOfInertia", …
answered Sep 17 '15 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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I get 34 data points of which 6 are not Missing: clouds = WeatherData["New York", "CloudCoverFraction", {2013, 12, 1}] clouds["Values"] // DeleteMissing (* {1, 1, 1, 0.75, 0.75, 0.75, 0.75, 0.75} *) …
answered Oct 8 '15 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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For what it is worth: If you formulate the query as a Wolfram Alpha query you get WolframAlpha["male elderly population in France", {{"Result", 1}, "Content"}] So, apparently this estimate dates …
answered Jul 23 '14 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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It is not entirely clear to me whether the playing cards in your question are just an example of what you want to find or the actual target. Since the other answers already provide you with the latter …
answered Dec 11 '12 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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A couple of years ago I was in an email conversation about this topic with Jeff Bryant, a WRI employee. He was not directly responsible for AstronomicalData, but he told me that Mathematica did not co …
answered Oct 22 '12 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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The discussion in this answer pertains to older versions of Mathematica which had low-resolution bitmaps of country flags. In my current version (11), the flags now are very detailed vector graphic …
answered Sep 30 '12 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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WolframAlpha["mars Gravitational Constant mass product", {{"Result", 1}, "NumberData"}] 4.28*10^13 or WolframAlpha["mars Gravitational Constant mass product", {{"Result", 1}, "ComputableData …
answered Jun 4 '15 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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The problem seems to be that many companies, even some of the biggest, well known firms are not known in Entity["Company","name"] form to Mathematica. This holds for companies like Apple, Microsoft, G …
answered Sep 18 '14 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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The orbit path is given in astronomical units whereas the position is given in meters, so you have to scale: UnitConvert[Quantity[1, "AstronomicalUnit"], "m"] (* Quantity[149597870700, "Meters"] *) …
answered Apr 13 '14 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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As promised I'll provide the basics of my own approach here. I needed a string pattern test to test whether a given string consists of a set of letters that is a subset of a given set of letters. Suc …
answered May 5 '12 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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Your [[1,2]] takes the first windspeed from every location. So, it doesn't help to increase the data range. [[All,2]] results in passing a list of windspeeds for every location to ListContourPlot. H …
answered Jun 1 '13 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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This is a slightly more involved variant of this recent question. By sheer coincidence I happened to have been building a Wordfeud (Scrabble clone) game in Mathematica. My interactive Wordfeud boar …
asked May 3 '12 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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This should give you an idea for an approach: data = {{{"NewYork", "NewYork", "UnitedStates"}, 22}, {{"SanFrancisco", "California", "UnitedStates"}, 13}, {{"Boston", "Massachusetts" …
answered May 13 '14 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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This works, but you have to take care of situations where the only result is a single Missing[]. Remarks: It's better not to average angles, but to take the mean of the resulting vectors you needed …
answered Jun 5 '13 by Sjoerd C. de Vries
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I assume the information you asked for is calculated by calculating the ratio of two or more quantities. It looks like one of these is missing in the case of Anguilla. DeleteMissing would be the most …
answered Oct 11 '16 by Sjoerd C. de Vries

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