From the Mathematica documentation on Module: Module allows you to set up local variables with names that are local to the module. But after using ...
This question applies to any package, but I encountered this problem while working with graphs. There are symbols in the Combinatorica package (such as ...
So, in an attempt to help out Fabian with his question, I did what I often do, and created a new symbol in the Pillsy` package that I could play with. Since it was ...
I need to evaluate Needs["GraphUtilities`"] before I can use functions such as GraphPath. When I do so, some functions get ...
I often import several long time series to analyze something about a city. When I have multiple cities, I use contexts. As a simple example, ...
What is the most convenient way to read definitions of in-memory symbols when we don't have the source files? (Spelunking tools)
Note: I put Simon's implementation on GitHub. Contributions welcome! When trying to read the definition of already defined (package or built-in) symbols using ...
Most of the Mathematica users beyond beginner level will be aware of the phenomenon of Packed Arrays. The user-accessible functions related to packed arrays live in the ...
May be someone can explain why I can't use Begin["context`"] and End inside a Manipulate ...
How can you give a Module a context and have its local variables and Modules belong to that context?
What would be the best way to give a module its own context and have its local variables and Modules belong to that context?
Recent versions of Mathematica provide the option of having a unique $Context for each cell group, via: Evaluation > Notebook's Default Context > Unique to Each ...
When dealing with namespaces in Mathematica (BeginPackage, $ContextPath ...) one is unavoidably confronted with the problem of ...