plotting – The order of "show" changes the ranges

I am trying to superimpose two graphics: a ContourPlot and a LogLogPlot. Although both have the same rank individually, when I "show" them both, one's rank is incorrect (depending on the plot that first appears in "show").

Here are the plots:

pl1 = LogLogPlot((5*10^15)/x, {x, 10^(-7), 10^(-3)})
pl2 = ContourPlot(a^(-2/3)*b^-2, {a, 10^(-3), 10^(-7)}, {b, 10^8, 10^23}, 
  ScalingFunctions -> {"Log10", "Log10", "Log10"})

So when i run

Show({pl1, pl2}, PlotRange -> All)

the two plots do not overlap although they should. Run them in reverse order:

Show({pl2, pl1}, PlotRange -> All)

gives a different result (and also incorrect)

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Color spaces: is there free software to compare ranges?

You do not need any software to compare range coverages

For what it is worth, you can obtain the three X-Y chromaticity coordinates from the monitor manufacturer and the three from the ink manufacturer and plot them on a normal X-Y coordinate graph paper. Connect the vertex points with lines and compare / look at them directly. The two forms will overlap. Pieces that are not out of range in front of each other. You can get design specifications for the chromaticity coordinates of the manufacturers for any part or gear or sensor materials, dyes, inks and whatever you have.

If you wish, you can trace them on full color ICI chromaticity plot paper. They look really impressive.

RGB forms are tri-angular since they have three vertices and CMYK forms are trapezoidal since there are four vertices. There is an apex for each of the pigment shafts.

This is not the same as a spectral emission density curve that shows responses relative to different wavelengths.

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movement – GURPS – How does melee combat between fighters with different ranges of weapons work?

Let's say that in a classic world of medieval fantasy there are two warriors fighting, one with a spear and the other with a sword or one with a halberd and the other using martial arts with bare hands.

I usually use simple rules for close combat, ignoring the range of weapons, but in some cases the difference between the range of weapons is too large or the player wants to make a special move and asks to take it into account.

I have read the advanced combat system, but I could not understand exactly what the rule is for this. How can the warrior with the halberd attack the martial artist if he is close? And how can the warrior with the sword go through the spear to approach his enemy?

Plotting – `Manipulate` functions in different ranges

I am trying to draw the following two functions in different colors in a diagram with Manipulate. The first function in blue is

$ y = s $ for $ x in (0, frac {d-rk} {1-r}) $

$ y = frac {d + rx-x} {r} $ for $ x in ( frac {d-rk} {1-r}, k) $

$ y = frac {d + rk-x} {r} $ for $ x in (k, s) $

and the second function in red is

$ y = d + rk-rx $ for $ x in (0, frac {d + rk-k} {r}) $

$ y = frac {d-rx} {1-r} $ for $ x in ( frac {d + rk-k} {r}, k) $

$ y = frac {d-rk} {1-r} $ for $ x in (k, s) $

under the conditions of: $ and in (0, s) $, $ s in (2,4) $, $ d in (0,1) $, $ k in (d, 2d) $, $ r in (1- frac {d} {k}, frac {d} {k}) $.

My Mathematica code is as follows:

Manipulate(Show(Plot(s, {x, 0, (d - r*k)/(1 - r)}, PlotStyle -> Blue), Plot((d + r*x - x)/r, {x, (d - r*k)/(1 - r), k}, PlotStyle -> Blue), Plot((d + r*k - x)/r, {x, k, s}, PlotStyle -> Blue), Plot(d + r k - r x, {x, 0, (d + r k - k)/r}, PlotStyle -> Red), Plot((d - r*x)/(1 - r), {x, (d + r k - k)/r, k}, PlotStyle -> Red), Plot((d - r*k)/(1 - r), {x, k, s}, PlotStyle -> Red)), {s, 2, 4}, {d, 0, 1}, {k, d, 2 d}, {r, 1 - d/k, d/k})

which produces an error. Can anyone please help?

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Excel: filtering between 2 date ranges in PivotTable VBA works on one computer but not on another

I am currently using the following code to filter a pivot table between 2 dates. It works fine on my computer, but when a co-worker tests it on yours, it throws an error on the line that adds the filter. The strange thing is that sometimes there is an error on the PT2 line and sometimes on the PT3 line. Any idea why this would work fine on one computer but not on another? I am using Excel 2016 and I think my co-worker has Office Excel 365 running. The error that the co-worker gets is the runtime error & # 39; 1004 & # 39 ;: error defined by the application or by the application object. Any help would be appreciated.

Dim ws6 as sheet, ws7 as sheet, ws9 as sheet
Dim PT2 As PivotTable, PT3 As PivotTable, PT5 As PivotTable
Dim PeriodStart As Variant, PeriodEnd As Variant

Set ws6 = Sheets("ProductivityDetailPivot")
Set ws7 = Sheets("ProductivityDetailPivotProcess")
Set ws9 = Sheets("ProductivityDetailPivotWeld")
Set PeriodStart = BegDateBox
Set PeriodEnd = EndDateBox
Set PT2 = ws6.PivotTables("ProductivityDetailPivot")
Set PT3 = ws7.PivotTables("ProductivityDetailPivotProcess")
Set PT5 = ws9.PivotTables("ProductivityDetailPivotWeld")

 PT2.PivotFields("Date"). _

 PT2.PivotFields("Date").PivotFilters. _
        Add2 Type:=xlDateBetween, Value1:=PeriodStart, Value2:=PeriodEnd


 PT3.PivotFields("Date"). _

 PT3.PivotFields("Date").PivotFilters. _
        Add2 Type:=xlDateBetween, Value1:=PeriodStart, Value2:=PeriodEnd


r – Group values ​​of a dataframe into ranges

I would like to group a table like this:


      lib           sstart    
      PV002          256
      PV002          256
      PV002          390
      PV002          834
      PV003          626
      PV003          834
      PV003          1075
      PV004          116
      PV004          320
      PV005          400

In a table like this:

      lib          sstart_range
     PV002          (256-834)
     PV003          (626-1075)
     PV004          (116-320)
     PV005          (400)

I have tried this function but I don't get results:

group_by(lib, sstart) %>% 
 summarize(sstart_range = paste(range(sstart)))

What is my fault?

Thanks in advance.

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