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Free standing Mathematica DynamicModules or Java applets are very nice and have their place. It would be nice if a DynamicModule could be converted to a Java applet within Mathematica and then put on a web page. Nevertheless, we must recognize...
This is strange because the palettes I've designed for my various applications all remember their new position and state, but the WRI palettes no longer do. (Version 10.4.1) My palette expressions all take the form: ...
While Louis` solution is perfectly good and perhaps the simplest, I would like to point out that the expression inside Text does not have to be a String, You could use a Row construction to compose and format any kind of line using String and...
Well, that's exactly what NeutralLighting gives you. You can simply control the overall brightness with the brightness argument or a combination of the brightness argument and the ambient argument.
From the Help menu open Wolfram Documentation. At the bottom you will see an Introductory Book link. Click it to get a pretty good introductory book by Stephen Wolfram. Then try flying solo by doing mathematics from a simple non-Mathematica book,...
I'm not quite certain when Dataset should be used instead of Association, or when they should be mixed. But what about this: as = Association /@ {{"a" -> 1, "b" -> 2, "c" -> 3}, {"d" -> 2, "e" -> 3, "f" -> 1}}; {"b", "c", "f"} /....
The following are two examples from my Presentations Mathematica application, which I sell for $50. You can contact me for more information, The first example uses a CustomTicks routine. It allows linear, log and date scales, and any monotonic...
Mathematica and the Wolfram Language have several features, which if used in combination could help students better engage with mathematics. The first of these is the notebook structure of Mathematica that allows for textual discussion and...
It's a bit of a chore to get Simplify to do this so I usually go for precise expression surgery to fix these minus sign problems, which are fairly common. In this case just use Minus on two parts of the expression. (-a + b)/c MapAt[Minus,...
Thanks all for the responses. At least I know now that this is another good feature gone bad. In doing custom graphics and dynamics I like to work with an explicit written specification, which I edit and reevaluate as I develop the presentation....