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In this example, I'd like to change the color of the Callout Leader and the CalloutMarker to Black. Possible? data1 = Table[{x, 4.9 + (0.2*RandomReal[])}, {x, 1, 10}]; poi = { Callout[ {8, 2.5}, "point of...
For my current application I needed more efficient storage performance than can be achieved with Ascii file types. After receiving some pointers from Martijn Froeling and Michael Helmle, I ran some tests on my desktop system. Here are the results. ...
Hi, I'm running v13.1 on an Intel+Windows system with a reasonably fast SSD. My current application generates an ordered List of 250M to 300M integers which I would like to store for later use. The values are all in the range 0 to 30. In total I...
I wish to maximize a discrete function whose variable are array indices. Here's a toy version of it: pselect[A_, lenA_, cindices_] := Product[A[[r, cindices[[r]]]], {r, 1, lenA}]; Here's an example instance of the problem: ...
I'm currently working on analysis of PCR markers in whole chromosome DNA sequences. In this case the markers are SSR primers. The data are digitally rendered in character strings of letters, each representing an amino acid. In the actual laboratory...
I'm (still) having trouble setting the color of lines drawn by Dendrogram. They are too faint for the publisher - I would prefer them to be Black. Here is an example: ![enter image description here][1] sMD = { {1, {1, 1,...
I'm working on digital SSR of perennial plant whole chromatin DNA. I found the Interval type very useful in titrating out a chromosome segment containing a reasonable density of alleles of interest. The code ran remarkably fast and had no surprises....
I'd like the Red arrow below to coincide with the points of the Black line. How is this done? I've been working on it for awhile but can't seem to pin the tail on the donkey! plotData = {}; line1Points = {{1, 4}, {10, 4}}; ...
Hi, It appears the default color for branches in a Dendrogram is gray. I tried changing them to Black with BaseStyle->Black to no avail. How is this accomplished? ![enter image description here][1] [1]:...
Two years ago I acquired Mathematica to assist with the analysis of genetic profiles of fig cultivars taken a decade ago in Davis CA. It has been extremely useful and I'm happy to announce my publication on the subject: ...