# User Portlet

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I'm just reading the documentation for Interpolation (Mathematica 12.2). What comes up when I'm in Mathematica, click "Help", type "Interpolation", etc. |

Thanks for all these. Hans Milton's and Gianluca Gorni's suggestions certainly work. I'm not sure of Bill Nelson's. (In the meantime - not surprisingly - I've done what i needed in a completely different way.) And here's a bit: If i write ... |

Thanks again. I am running Mathematica 12. It does not have "Threaded", but it does have "Thread". |

Thanks ... |

Thanks ... I figured there was something like this. I'll see how it works with my stuff. |

Using Mathematica 12.2 on Windows 10. Somehow expression wrap has gone away. So long expressions (without newline inside them) just extend waaaaay to the right and I have to use the slide bar at the bottom to look at them and manipulate them. ... |

You are right: when I started with a clean kernel, I got what you got. But I found that the following works. Note that g, x, and y are all locals, but passing g works. &[Wolfram Notebook][1] [1]:... |

Sigh. I just hit something, and the notebook disappeared ... along with several hours of work. Is there someway to tell Mathematica to automatically save the notebook I am working in every 30 minutes (or so ...)? Or how about a "unexpected... |

Thanks so much for the help. Graphics[] is exactly what I was looking for. And of course you are right ... it says so in the documentation ... The moral is the old story "Read the documentation!" |

Well, I have no answer/solution to the question of why the first x20 or u0 is gray. But I found the reason that FindMinimum was not doing what I wanted in a completely different place. In other words, the gray made no difference in the actual... |