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How can this confetti code be improved to include shadows and gravity?

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Voronoi diagrams for generators other than points

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Finding Limits in several variables

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Animating a Voronoi Diagram

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Find zero crossing in a list

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How to improve the performance of solutions to Project Euler (#39)?

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Insert $+$, $-$, $\times$, $/$, $($, $)$ into $123456789$ to make it equal to $100$

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How can I draw the Olympic rings with Mathematica?

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Tiling a square

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How do I make a plot using cylindrical coordinates?

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NMinimize usage

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Plotting an Unreasonable Function

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How do you draw credible regions/intervals on a 2D PDF?

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Clustering of space-time data

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Plot a 2D vector path onto a surface

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How to solve a system of equations of the Vietnamese Mathematical Olympiad?

23 votes

Filtering beat-to-beat heart rate data

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Generating convex polyhedron from face planes?

22 votes

How to visualize the voting choices in the moderator elections?

19 votes

Estimate error on slope of linear regression given data with associated uncertainty

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What strategies can I use to evaluate a limit when Limit[] returns unevaluated

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Procedure to find direction of triangle

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Doing a chi-square independence test in Mathematica

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Is Abs[z]^2 a bad way to calculate the square modulus of z?

18 votes

Find the minima and maxima of a list

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Generating a Sierpinski carpet

17 votes

How to generate a matrix group?

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How to expand a function into a power series with negative powers?

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Dashed line with alternating colored dashes

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How to calculate the mode of a probability distribution

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