# User Portlet

Douglas Kubler
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How does one measure popularity? "Like": buttons or revenue?
You already have a direct and simple solution( flatten first) using basic Mathematica and it works for any depth of nesting. A different way to do that is to use a Listable function (alias for "==") and flatten the result. eq[x_, y_] =...
Your graph includes sea surface temperatures. US SST's are suspect because they have recently been corrected to account for buoy vs. ship measurements - that's the excuse. Of course the official US position is that global warming is the biggest...
> Try it again, but this time click the "case insensitive" button. Let > us know what you turn up. A gain for both but with *I do not know* winning.. I missed the i (I) on a laptop screen.
Let's assume the binomial expansion will never change the order of terms. Then neither will this. (A constant propagates to the first for even power) Expand[(z + y)^5]; % /. y -> 1/z 1/z^5 + 5/z^3 + 10/z + 10 z + 5 z^3 + z^5 ...
Scenario - a series of distances between GPS points. (Some overhead in getting there too). Fold the list for accumulated distances along a path. How costly are units? About 3 orders of magnitude after realizing that 0.0 is converted on every...
If you're really pressed for time (With Complete Loss of Generality) **WCLOG** xml = xml /. XMLElement[a_, b_, {}] -> XMLElement[a, b, {"Null"}]; list = xml[[3, 1, 3, 1, 3]]~Join~xml[[3, 2 ;; 16, 3, 1]] {"Kuwait", "5", "5",...
Another way to see more of a dataset. ...
If you click on the image and set Magnification to 100%, the image is displayed full size. Puzzle is where can you programmatically set Magnification to 100%? Or why should you have to set it?
> Thank you so much, Sam. Your example will motivate me to start using > units, which I have avoided to date! I had to back out of units. While convenient - I could always print speed as miles per hour without referring to the underlying data -...