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2:28 AM
@Kuba I don't know about tags, but the docs teach you how to extend the functionality of Import[], the Random* functions, and NDSolve[]. And now we have Anton's tutorial for NIntegrate[].
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5:16 AM
guys, I can't seem to find it in the manual anymore: how do you suppress the output of Graph[] so only an elided form is shown and not the graph layout?
found it: GraphLayout -> None
annoyingly, the example was in the page for GraphLayout, but not in Graph[]
5:37 AM
@J.M. yep I know, and Anton's recent answer made me think maybe we need a tag. To easily find this answer or the one about custom graphics primitives etc. Unless there aren't so meny of them.
5:57 AM
@Kuba here's a rule of thumb I used to use in math.SE: if we have ten or more questions with a certain "theme", only then shall we start considering making a tag for them.
@J.M. I will find them and ask again :)
Unfortunately, has become too broad, I think.
@J.M. yep, it's wiki doesn't fit. Maybe would be good? Referring to class extensions in programming in general.
@Kuba The fact that I'm not sure whether to agree tells me that we should prolly be discussing this in meta. Wanna write a proposal?
@J.M. not yet, I will try to first gather candidates, in a free time, maybe in the evening.
6:08 AM
Okay, I very much appreciate your initiative, @Kuba. :)
@J.M. it is driven by an inability to understand how to use the search engine effectively :) Thanks and you are welcome :) See you later.
sometimes selfish reasons turn out to be the best reasons. ;)
6:38 AM
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