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@bRost03 has the best answer. This following produces the desired function but not so neat and tidy. (Some parts of the result contains imaginary numbers although when evaluated result in a non-negative real number for the density. Maybe some simplification is possible.) Because the density function is available for the 2D case, get the pdf's for the 1D ...


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The Issue Mathematica appears to have a lot of trouble with doing the integrals involved in finding the PDF. I'm not sure what's going on under the hood, but doing some playing around suggests Mathematica is somehow screwing up when it comes to the degeneracies involved with having a non-symmetric interval involving both positive and negative numbers. E.g. ...


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This has been fixed as of 12.3.1! The behaviour is now as expected.


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I can reproduce this using Mathematica 12.2 on macOS, but not using Mathematica 12.3.1. I believe it is a rendering bug. Simply copying the graphics expression between a 12.3 and a 12.2 notebook makes the problem appear/disappear, which shows that the issue is specific to graphics rendering. It seems that the problem appears whenever there is a Line with a ...


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This was caused by an improper paclet update. The MXNetResources paclet with version 12.4.407 should not be used by Mathematica 12.3.1. We have removed it from our servers and apologize for the disruption. We will be pushing another paclet update that will automatically delete the troublesome update, but in the meantime those affected can restore the proper ...


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This is happening because an MXNetResources paclet intended for Wolfram internal use only was made available to users of 12.3/12.3.1 by mistake. We are very sorry for this. We have fixed the paclets on our server so that users will not be exposed to this problem for now on. We are also preparing another update to fix the setup of users who encountered the ...


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Exploration mxnet.dll has been modified. There are no changes in the rest of the files. PacletFindRemote["MXNetResources"] PacletInstall[%[[2]]] MapThread[ If[FileHash[#1, "SHA256", All] != FileHash[#2, "SHA256", All], FileNameSplit[#1][[-1]], Nothing ] & , { FileNames["*", "MXNetResources-...


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This looks like a bug, mentioned in another Wolfram community post as well. The simplest workaround, I think, is to use two separate GeoListPlot: p1 = GeoPosition[{RandomReal[{0, 90}], RandomReal[{-180, 180}]}]; p2 = GeoPosition[{RandomReal[{0, 90}], RandomReal[{-180, 180}]}]; Show[ GeoListPlot[{p1}, PlotStyle -> {ColorData[98, 3]}], GeoListPlot[{p2}, ...


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it seems to be fixed in 12.3.1. No internal error messages. On windows 10, from clean kernel: Integrate[ UnitBox[(x + y)/eps - eps/3]/eps*UnitBox[(z + y)/eps]/eps* UnitBox[(x + z)/eps]/eps, {x, -1, 1}, {y, -1, 1}, {z, -1, 1}, Assumptions -> eps > 0 && eps < 1/2] gives 1/2 edit Info requested by comment: AssociationMap[ ...


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