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Understanding Mathematica: How to write fast code? [duplicate]

I'm relatively new to Mathematica but have done a few projects using it so I'm quite comfortable with the syntax and the basic functions available. Since I've had programming experience in the past I ...
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Automatic Cuda/CPU code; Fast programme run [duplicate]

I have developed my thesis codes by means of Mathematica software in a .nb file format. Despite using the available Parallel code capabilities and doing all the numerical integrations by means of ...
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Faster evaluation of an expression for brute force optimization [duplicate]

I'm trying to bruteforce an optimization problem and I want to generate roughly a million function evaluations. I was wondering what would be the best for me to do in terms of having the expressions ...
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Where can I find examples of good Mathematica programming practice?

I consider myself a pretty good Mathematica programmer, but I'm always looking out for ways to either improve my way of doing things in Mathematica, or to see if there's something nifty that I haven't ...
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Profiling from Mathematica

I've always wished I could do some profiling like you get in Wolfram Workbench, but directly from Mathematica, without using or having Workbench. If it is possible, how can I do it?
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Find the slope between adjacent points in a list

I have a list of two dimensional points that are ordered by their x-coordinate. I would like to calculate the slope between all adjacent points. I'm familiar with the use of pure functions in Sort ...
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Is this the most effective and efficient programming style for prototyping (a ray tracer) in Mathematica?

I am trying out Mathematica as a prototyping tool. As an initial exercise I have put together a brute force ray tracer, with a view to using Mathematica's built in probability distribution functions ...
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professionalize/optimize my code that calls a function

I have the following construction, which defines a function that I subsequently call in a loop multiple times. I use this very often, but I have never looked into if there is a more professional way ...
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EventHandler and Refresh rate

Based on the example of the Documentation of MousePosition, Properties and Relations, here is my test code using "MouseDragged" instead of "MouseClicked": ...
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Will Parallelize in this programme help it run faster? [closed]

I have a programme, and inside it this line of code. ...
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Sample of the random times at which the random walk crosses the boundary

I defined a security boundary for a random walk: ...
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ParallelMemberQ

I tried to make a parallel version of MemberQ for use with a large list, but failed miserably in terms of performance. I used Partition to subdivide the list and ParallelMap to perform the MemberQ ...
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Understanding execution time in nested loops

I have the following simple code ...
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Collatz Tool Box — any speed ups possible?

I have created a tool box for experimenting with the Collatz conjecture. Info here: Wolfram MathWorld and here: Wikipedia The patterns I have found allow us to make the conjecture jump through some ...
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How should I go about writing more functional and list based code? [duplicate]

I've heard that Mathematica is usually faster when the code is list-based and/or uses a functional paradigm. I'm still working on getting the hang of this; there are a lot of ...

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