# User Portlet

Christopher Wolfram
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Very nice! I like non-NN uses of the neural network functions :) I made a simplified version of this concept: Set some constants regarding the number of iterations, the frame bounds, and the resolution: dims = {1000, 1000}; bounds =...
Nice post! I'm not sure I entirely understand how you converted the PixelValuePositions results to lat-long, but you may be interested in a function in the Function Repository called OSMImport...
Hi Dan. First, let's get a MeshRegion. We could use Import, but here I'm just going to use something from ExampleData. r = DiscretizeGraphics[ExampleData[{"Geometry3D", "SedanCar"}]] ![enter image description here][1] Next, it is easy...
You can do something similar with Series, but it doesn't run as fast. With[{cols = RGBColor /@ {"#28CC9E", "#132F2B"}}, Manipulate[ Plot[ Evaluate@Table[Normal@Series[BesselJ[0,x],{x,0,n}],{n,0,m}], {x, -30, 30}, ...
This was originally in reply to somebody else, but it appears that just before I posted the original thread was removed. I thought I might as well post anyway though. The question was asking about something to find the shortest route to walk a dog...
Like Sander Huisman said, it is hard to say much without some code to look at. In any case, I can wildly speculate about some of these. (Note that I am answering these out of order.) 3: The functions here that start with "N" are functions that...
If you are using the Quantity system, you should be able to use an option called TargetUnits. http://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/TargetUnits.html
I'm not sure I entirely understand the question either, but it seems that the critical point is that you want to assign customers someone with the same area code so that they can make local calls. But does a smaller GeoDistance really matter, or is...
I'm not sure if I entirely see what you are saying, but if you want to pass arguments to Histogram like a bin specification you can do something like this: Transpose[dataset][All, Histogram[#, {0.1}]&] where {0.1} is just a random bin...
---------- So this is generally referred to as a [pole of inaccessibility][1]. These are nice, but there are a few cases where they can give strange results. For example, the red dot represents the pole of inaccessibility in this 2D shape, but I...