I am using Mathematica to run a probabilistic simulation. Essentially, I have a list of members of a population (they only have one, numerical, attribute, so it's just implemented as a list of ...
Possible Duplicate: Iterating over lists in Mathematica While there are some cases where a For loop might be reasonable, it's a general mantra – one I ...
I can do Cholesky in a procedural style, such as: ...
Referencing this question, I wonder if the following code can be written more concisely using a functional style, i.e. without For loops or ...
Are there advantages to using additional arguments of common functions rather than alternative ways of calculating with lists?
(Apologies for the long question title.) One of the interesting, if sometimes confusing, things about Mathematica is that there is always more than one way to do things. Even intermediate users can ...