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4answers
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3answers
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What is the most efficient way to map a linked list?

In order to work with lists effectively using common recursive patterns from functional programming, it's often most convenient to worked with the "linked list" representation, that looks like this: ...
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2answers
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How to set up and minimize a large system of equations to resolve the individual components

I am trying to set up a system of 400*N equations to deconvolute spectral data for four different compounds. I monitored 400 different wavelengths in N solvents (3 solvents in this case). In order ...
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161 views

Mapping functions over multiple lists

I am not sure if this is a duplicate. Spent some time looking over list-manip questions. I’d like to know the Quickest Way to achieve the following Mapping of a function over multiple lists. ...
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1answer
140 views

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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2answers
101 views

Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`? [duplicate]

Coming from other functional programming environments (e.g., Clojure) I've become accustomed to some functions that I haven't found equivalents for in Mathematica yet. The two I reached for last ...
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2answers
97 views

How do I operate on this list elegantly? [duplicate]

calibData = { {200, 10}, {100, 20} } MapAt[N, MapAt[Log10, calibData, {;; , 1}], {;; , 1}] I want to apply a base 10 Log to the first element of each tuple. ...
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1answer
151 views

Levels and slots

I am struggling with levels and #, if I understand this I think I will be able to grasp the entire concept. ...
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5answers
579 views

What's the cleanest functional-programming style way to perform this list operation?

I am looking for the correct method for accomplishing the unknown piece in the following code snippet: rolls = Tuples[Range[1, 4], {2}] ...
4
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4answers
361 views

Replace For-loop with functional code

I am very new to Mathematica. I have code written using for loops. I want to rewrite it using Map/Thread but I am not sure how ...
10
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5answers
446 views

How to find first list element that differs from average of N previous elements by more than a given amount?

Given a list of real numbers, I need to write a function that returns the value of the first element in the list that differs from the mean of the previous $N$ elements by greater than $P$ standard ...
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0answers
85 views

Optimized subset algorithm implementation

I was reading a paper from Mathematica Journal.It mentions a code for calculating subsets. ...
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0answers
185 views

Using NDSolve over a list of functions

I apologize for how messy this explanation will be. I would like to take a differential equation and iterate that solution over a range of coefficient values. The second part of this is that the ...
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3answers
163 views

All values for a function with two arguments without Outer

Given two lists $l_a = \{a_1, a_2, a_3\}$, $l_b = \{b_1, b_2, b_3, b_4\}$ and some function $f$ accepting two arguments, how can I produce a list of all values $f(a, b)$ for $a\in l_a$ and $b \in l_b$ ...
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6answers
197 views

Filter list with different list in it

I have a list like: {{{4, 14}, 1}, {{4, 15}, 1}, {{4, 16}, 1}, {{4, 17}, 1}, {{4, 18}, 1}, {{4, 14}, 3}, {4,15}, {{4, 16}, 2},{4,18}} Now I want to ...
1
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4answers
171 views

Order of operations for the Table function [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using pure functions in Table I have run into a situation that I do not understand when trying to generate a nested list of pure functions. I have the following code. ...
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3answers
337 views

Generate a Combination of letters by a number

I'm trying to write a function f. example: ...
6
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4answers
811 views

Alternatives to While Loops?

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 ...
4
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1answer
214 views

Timing differences between multiple executions of identical code

I have a list of pairs of numbers and I'd like to change the sign of the second element in each pair i.e. $(a,b)\rightarrow (a,-b)$. I'm sure there are many ...
11
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4answers
272 views

Thread a function over a list and with a non-atomic 2nd parameter?

From the documentation, Thread's behavior on functions where the first parameter is a List and the second is an atomic expression, is this: ...
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12answers
1k views

Map a function across a list conditionally

It seems that this is a really basic question, and I feel that the answer should be obvious to me. However, I am not seeing. Can you please help me? Thanks. Suppose I have a list of data ...
16
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3answers
617 views

Using pure functions in Table

I need a table with the elements made of pure functions and list elements. This is a simplified example: I need a list as: ...
12
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2answers
464 views

Reproducing nested loops using Map?

I keep producing bits of code like the following: ...
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1answer
216 views
16
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1answer
297 views

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 ...