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Are there any “RLink” like projects, which enable the interaction between R and Mathematica?

I want to borrow the vast amount of packages of R. I know there was one but it is neither sold nor supported anymore. So are there any active open source projects for linking R with Mathematica? Thank ...
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Web scraping and multi-threading in Mathematica

I'm working in some web scraping using Mathematica, and today, to speed-up the process, I used bash commands (xargs with parallel options with curl and wget) using ...
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WinBUGS Interface

Has anyone created on WinBUGS (Bayesian inference Using Gibbs Sampling) interface with Mathematica similar to BugsXLA for Excel? I'd like to setup the model, define the evidence in a notebook and then ...
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How to install and configure Intel C++ Compiler for Mathematica correctly?

I wish to try the trial version of the latest Intel C++ Compiler for Windows with Mathematica. I have downloaded the current version of Intel® C++ Composer XE 2011 for Windows and installed only the ...
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Automatically sending to Print (using CutePDF Writer)

I use CutePDF for creating PDF output, but this requires manually selecting Print (Ctrl+P), with CutePDF Writer as the printer, and pressing OK. Can this be automated?
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using Mathematica's matrix multiplication in C++

Is there any way that I can utilize Mathematica's matrix multiplication in a C++ program? I'm making a 3D graphics engine (for class) in C++ and I would really like to use Mathematica for all of my ...
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Is it possible to embed the Mathematica editor?

Is it possible to embed a Mathematica window into a .NET application? I mean not just the interop, but actually making the notebook editor window part of a .NET form. Is this possible?
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Link ITK with Mathematica

I would like to know if someone has tried to link Mathematica with ITK code (call ITK code in Mathematica)?
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Mathlink and Parallelization [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to run mathlink external commands in parallel? Abstract I have a binary file compiled to work with MathLink. I can install the file and run the component functions ...
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MathLink and C++ vector container

The Problem. I have a C++ class that does some computations, and returns a C++ vector object (the length of which can possibly vary with each run). I want to store each of these vectors as a list in ...
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CDF and MediaWiki

Recently there was a handful of CDF embedding-related topics. However I would like to ask whether anyone has succeeded in embedding CDF into MediaWiki page? I've attempted to do so with the Widget ...
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Calling IronPython code from Mathematica

I'd like to call some IronPython code from Mathematica using .NET/Link. The problem is that the code lives in .py files, yet from Mathematica I can only load .NET assemblies which are DLLs. So it ...
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Mathematica File Organization

Last year I asked how to integrate notebooks to the documentation center in stackoverflow. Back then I was only interested in seeing those notebook and being able to search for them. Unfortunately, it ...
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C interface for Mathematica

I would like to write a small C program which starts a Mathematica session, executes some user defined code and retrieves the output and finally quits the session. Basically I like to have a simple ...
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How to use Mathematica functions in Python programs?

I'd like to know how can I call Mathematica functions from Python. I appreciate a example, for example, using the Mathematica function Prime. I had search about MathLink but how to use it in Python ...
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Mathematica Library Link : How to use non standard 'mint' e.g. 'unsigned int' or 'long long int'

I use Mathematica 8.0.4 on Mac OSX 64 bit, and gcc as C compiler. I am trying to write a LibraryLink function that deals with large positive integers i.e. greater than $2^{31}-1$. By dealing with, I ...
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Is there a Mathematica/Lisp link?

I'd like to start learning Lisp as it sometimes leads to interesting answers on this site with concepts borrowed from this language, so I'm curious. As I already spend most of my programming time in ...
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Using Mathlink with the cernlib FORTRAN package MINUIT

I could successfully use Mathlink to call a simple fortran subroutine. However, when I went to a realistic problem, I failed. To be specific, I want to fit a set of data with some function using the ...
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How do I call a 32-bit DLL using .NET/Link and a 64-bit version of Mathematica?

The .NET/Link tutorial shows how to call functions defined in DLLs. The example uses the GetTickCount Win32 API function ...
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How to embed “Share content” button into a CDF?

I want to have a button present in a CDF that, when pressed, shares some content material e.g. via Facebook. Is it possible or would the restrictions of the CDF format prevent anything from happening? ...
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Is Compress[] compatible between different Mathematica versions?

Compress[] was introduced in version 6 of Mathematica. It gives a compressed version of expressions represented as a string of ASCII characters. It preserves more ...
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Interfacing Mathematica with MINE using JLink

In last December's Science David N. Reshef, et al. proposed an interesting method to detect associations in data (Detecting Novel Associations in Large Data Sets, Science 334, 1518, 2011). Contrary to ...
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Is it possible to use C# LINQ from Mathematica using .NET/Link?

Using Mathematica's .NET/Link (NETLink`) package, is it possible to call out to .NET's LINQ facilities for list manipulation and other operations?