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Gustavo Delfino
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This really is super cool, and looks similar to work we've done recently in Wolfram Language. Keep your eyes peeled for mail thread related elements coming in WL v13!
To append to an existing notebook list = RandomWord[5] (* Open existing notebook *) X2382901 = NotebookOpen[FileNameJoin[{Directory[], "X2382901.nb"}], Visible -> False]; (* Move selection point to end of notebook *) ...
Thank you very much Neil, indeed I was wrong in the version that I said I had! Now I updated it to 12.3 and the problem no longer occurs. Again thanks.
Since upgrading to Big Sur, I experience "random" restarts of my iMac when I run Mathematica (it appears to happen only with Mathematica) after anywhere between 20 minutes and 2 hours. There is no apparent cause, other than seemingly the Big Sur...
You could also use Alan Calvitti's magical "bullet" operator from [this post](https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1634956). \[Bullet] /: f_[pre___, \[Bullet], post___] := With[{n = Length[List@pre], m = Length[List@post]}, ...
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Here I used Inset to create callouts. The application is sequence coverage of gene locations in shotgun whole genome scans. Notice some chromosomes contain gaps, resulting in non-contiguous chromosome assembly. ![enter image description here][1] ...
Thanks a lot, I am getting it :-)
Not exactly what you are asking, but Word can export to the RFT format, and Mathematica can import that.
The data has a very consistent format -- this is the data (and metadata) of two of the 16,000 cards. It also has button links to other types of hypercard data (e.g. glossary, index). I plan to get all that into a series of mathematica notebooke and...