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12:00 AM
@MichaelE2 in the talk, the dude specifically mentions that "the stuff is so new that it unfortunately won't be in 12.2" w.r.t the RBF stuff
 
 
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7:21 AM
Hi, anyone got an idea for this: I'd like to step through a list of IDs: `ids = Sort[RandomInteger[{1, 1000}, {30}]]` when I use `Manipulate[
id, {{id, 1, Dynamic["ID: " <> ToString[id]]}, ids,
ControlType -> Manipulator, Appearance -> "Open"},
SaveDefinitions -> True]` When I press the '+' (Step Forward) button the increment of the step is not 1 but
depends on the list length ids. How do I force an increment of 1 in a 'Step
Forward'?
 
@b3m2a1 I see! Somehow missed that piece of info. Thx :)
 
 
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@CarlLange I think Jan Poeschko demoed this for something a few years back. I definitely agree it's cool, but I was hoping it'd be only a transition step to getting proper renders of .nb files in Git repos
 
@b3m2a1 I actually saw it from that PR on your tools repo github.com/b3m2a1/mathematica-tools/pull/2
.nb is quite a poor format for source control as it is, IMO. I think it would be better as blobs rather than trying to diff the raw notebook markup
 
Oh huh...I did not even see that PR. I guess I have a thing to do tomorrow.
 
I remember SW saying they were trying to get Github to add rendering in a livestream probably 2 years ago, but I guess they've not made it there yet
It's a tiny one-line change just to add a link to that page above, which is fair enough I guess
 
Yeah I know as far back as summer 2017 they'd been trying to get it to happen
 
8:55 AM
I initially thought the change might be some kind of super-high-effort spam, since the short URLs could go anywhere. But apparently legit. Maybe someone's running a scraper to find repos full of .nbs :)
@b3m2a1 Yeah, it would surprise me a little if Github were happy basically loading an iframe from a third-party to render a file. Everything else they have appears to be a renderer served by them.
I must look at what's been done in that regard though, maybe some more effort has been made for notebook -> html, for instance. I've been writing a report for the last few weeks but at the end of the day I still do the actual writing in org-mode and export that to html, and just use embedded plots and so on (using EmbedCode etc) from the notebooks. It's a shame because I think .nb would be a great way to consume the report, with interactivity etc, but it's not programmatically expressive enough.
Styling, hide/show footnotes, etc etc. Lots of stuff a lot easier with other options when you want to go beyond exactly a notebook.
 
 
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3:29 PM
I have a naive question. Is it possible to plot an Adjacency graph with the phase for a particular matrix?
I mean if the matrix contains elements that are numeric like phase Exp[I \phi] associated to the connections (for instance for elements i=1, j=2). Can we plot such Adjacency graph with these respective phases, somehow?
 
 
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5:23 PM
@L.K. are you looking for WeightedAdjacencyGraph?
 
@b3m2a1 Perhaps, but I have no idea about them
@b3m2a1where the phases like n pi/2 is represented at the edges
@b3m2a1 When I used this command. It gives
 
I think you do want a weighted adjacency graph, but really it looks more like you have a weighted GridGraph. If all you want to do is plot it, look into the various GraphLayout options until you find the one that gives a close-enough reproduction of what you care about.
 
5:43 PM
@b3m2a1 Ok, thanks!
 

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