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comment Practicing acoustic guitar silently
they claim 80% quieter than an ordinary acoustic or 90% quieter than a classical...do they compare to any electric guitars that are not plugged in?
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comment align pgflots with axis as baseline
isn't compat=newest typically discouraged? i thought setting a specific version instead was encouraged around here.
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comment Errror in confusionMatrix in R
does this not belong on stack overflow?
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comment Simple Runge-Kutta Scheme for nonlinear PDE
i also don't have time for a code review at the moment, but about performance-if you're new to sci. programming it may be worth noting that you're using python, a high level language that manages memory for you. you'll typically have fewer lines of code, but you pay a price for ease of use. compared with a lower level code (e.g., c++) your python might be lots slower if you don't outsource computation heavy things to a lower level language and likely won't scale well.
Jul
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revised R - Interpreting neural networks plot
the op is using r, so added the corresponding tag
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comment Is classical singing with self-accompaniment ok?
+1 for not combining the lessons, if time allows. i also agree that a serious vocalist prefers to avoid sitting...if the child is to be a more serious vocalist than pianist, and has access to a digital piano, should they not consider standing and playing? this might come at the expense of some leverage, but they might not be accompanying with much power anyway. admittedly, there is a learning curve for pedaling - especially multiple pedals - but i've been doing it for years and have found it manageable. their piano might not have a third/sostenuto pedal anyway...
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comment CFD turbulence modelling mean pressures vs peak pressures
@Jon in my world we usually don't look for 'probability of exceedance', but we do look for peak and critical loads. usually we'll just use a rans solution with a safety factor. we occasionally will go with an unsteady solution, which you could try if you have the additional computing resources. if you have lots to spare, you might look into des, which would add les to certain regions of your domain.
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comment How to solve this differential equation using RK4 in C++?
after reading the question, you get the impression that the op can simply use a built-in matlab solver? I think the exercise requires them to write their own rk4 method.
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comment Combining line chart data with bar plot
will your plot need to have two different y-axes like the image you included?
Jun
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comment Plot "timeout" with pgfplots
the vertical line is a pretty good simple solution. when we visualize this, we typically show the curve leaving the chart in an asymptotic fashion, instead of showing the actual vertical. just another variation.
Jun
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revised Center navigation circle bars in beamer
changed emphasis
Jun
24
comment How to determine whether a song is considered musical plagiarism?
@MrTheBard 8 notes seems to be the commonplace consensus in these parts - see wicked/the wizard of oz
Jun
24
answered Center navigation circle bars in beamer
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comment Center navigation circle bars in beamer
first, i must mention that your answer does not work for me. it appears to shift all the mini frames by an even amount. what section titles did you test with? also please note that pgf and pgfplots are not one and the same.
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comment Center navigation circle bars in beamer
what does this have to do with pgfplots? and instead of altering beamerouterthemedefault.sty, wouldn't it be better to use \patchcmd from etoolbox since the op already loads it? in which case i imagine the relevant code to change appears in the \slideentry command of beamerbasenavigation.sty
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