# User Portlet Martijn Froeling
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Is this what you want? Clear[x, y]; fun = x/(x^2 + y^2); grad = Grad[fun, {x, y}]; gradFunc = grad /. Thread[{x, y} -> N[{##}]] &; stepFunc = (#1 + #2 gradFunc @@ #1) &; nSteps = 8000; stepSize =...
I have a question regarding paclets. The functionality has improved so I want to start using paclets to install my toolbox. Locally I deploy my tools to the \$BaseDirectory and from there I use CreatePacletArchive. If I install the created...
It seems the OR statement in the Implicit region is not behaving as expected. As far as I can see plotting a single implicit region works. The solution of Hans allows for plotting them both, however you want something that works more general correct?...
Hi Jérôme, Thanks for this information, I will try this. So if I understand correctly the correct thing to do is to explicitly define the order of the inputs of the decoding layers such that it matches the order defined by the topology of input...
Actually, each Option that can be given to the ControlType selected can be used as an Option in the normal manipulate syntax. So no extra wrappers are needed. Manipulate[p, {{p, {1, 2, 3}, Style["point",Bold,Large]}, ControlType ->...
This does the trick xdata = Range[-5, 5, 0.5]; data = Table[PDF[NormalDistribution[0, 1], x], {x, xdata}]; tcs = Thread[{Range[Length[xdata]], xdata}][[;; ;; 2]]; l1 = ListLinePlot[data, InterpolationOrder ->...
if your goal is to get the correct equation this code will generate it. However, plotting an ellipsoid can be accomplished much simpler. In[]:= (*some parameters*) rule = {a -> 0.2, b -> 1, c -> 2, rx -> 10. Degree, ry -> 15. Degree, ...
It's definitely the way the region mesh is generated using the region function. All the options of the resulting plots are similar with the exception of the PlotRange and PlotRangePadding. plotl = RegionPlot[regi, Frame -> True, AspectRatio...
Not sure why its going wrong. Somehow removing the only two points outside the region changes things f = Function[{x, y, z}, N[-2 (1 + Sqrt[1 - y]) + (3 + 2 Sqrt[1 - y]) y] Directive[Red, Thick], RegionFunction -> f] &...
... Until i realize that Image with Opacity also gives artifacts... ![enter image description here] well at least I learned a few things, Version 13 will be the solution then... EDIT but only without another image as background... so...