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Good catch, I forgot to check that before publishing. Try it now.
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Thanks a lot, Christopher! Both methods work perfectly. I'm impressed. By your and Neils work my problem is completely solved now. Regards (Sorry for being late), Werner
Well, this would be certainly an overkill. Best regards, Andras
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Chip and me were discussing his function a few days ago, when I mentioned to him that this can be used to implement Lloyd relaxation in 3D. In the spirit of [this 2D Lloyd implementation][1] and [this spherical Lloyd implementation][2], I present the...
If the `ColorFunction` is of the form `ColorData[...]` it processes it differently from generalized functions. They are equivalent in general, but `GeoRegionValuePlot` treats them differently.
Thanks for sharing this incredible project, Christopher. I used it for a for a project with my kids this morning. They are in 8th and 10th grade and your work really made the high level ideas that go into virus modeling accessible to them: ...