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4:15 AM
Fun way to view all of Mathematica's Indexed color schemes:
Prepend[
    Map[
     Interpretation[
       Panel["", ImageSize -> {50, 25}, Background -> #],
       #
       ] &, ColorData[#, "ColorList"]
     ],
    #
    ] & /@ ColorData["Indexed"] // Grid
One thing I've always wondered about: where did these come from?
Like why these schemes?
 
 
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5:48 AM
@Ghersic Check under the Edit menu
I have Edit > Un/Iconize Selection (Control-Command-')
 
 
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8:04 AM
The new blog post on Stackoverflow mentions Mathematica, I haven't listened to the podcast though so I don't know if they say any more than what's in the summary.
 
8:52 AM
@C.E. From this short summary, it's already very unlikely I ever listen to this because these few lines are as uneducated as it can get. It really seems people have no idea what they are talking about anymore. As soon as it is "in-browser", "web first", or any of the buzzwords these days, it's instantly "the way you should do it".
When you want to be a programmer, the first thing you should do is to think about "what kind of things you want to work on". If the answer is game-development, good luck with Jupyter and Python.
 
9:16 AM
@halirutan True that
 
 
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5:36 PM
"Use Wolfram Alpha to Conceptualize Giant Numbers"
 
6:09 PM
posted on November 12, 2019

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jcp
10:00 PM
Hi! I have had this problem posted on the main site which isn't getting much traction. Is there perhaps a way to make it better so I get some responses (mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/209449/…).
Also, I know of some algorithms that do solve this problem and have links to the original papers, I however, don't know enough mma to get started on coding them up. What would be appropriate way to ask about about a) wether similar functionality is built in to the program itself or b) if i want some help coding them up, however, I have 0 work to show for myself, because again while I get the gist of the algorithms my mma knowledge is rather limited
 
@b3m2a1 Thanks, man.
 

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