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What is the current structure of a simple package? [duplicate]

Currently, from a variety of examples, and (mostly) the template generated by my IDE, I get: ...
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How to write Coordinate Chart in Xcoba in index form?

I am using xCoba for manipulating tensors. I do the usual, defining my metric, manifold, chart etc. ...
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Odd behavior of FindFile

Running FindFile gives some odd results on my machine: FindFile["HTTPClient`"] Result: ...
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Wrong autogenerated package from notebook containing #key and Part as subscript

Bug introduced in 10.0.0 and persisting through 10.1.0 or later Mathematica v10.1.0, under Windows 8.1 x64 Mathematica v10.0.2, under Windows 1) Define a function in an initialization cell: ...
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Variable not assigned to correct Context [duplicate]

I am trying to understand Mathematica's Context, but I do not understand why the short name of the variable defined in the temp` context (x) returns the Global definition. I am following the section ...
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Are there any build-in or third-party packages for general topology or algebraic topology in Mathematica?

I am learning general topology (wiki) and algebraic topology (wiki). Are there any build-in or third-party packages for general topology or algebraic topology in Mathematica? Through googling, ...
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Linearised Einstein equations

I need to compute the linearised Einstein Equations around a fixed metric $$g_{μν}=\text{Minkowski metric} + h_{μν}$$ which is not the flat metric. Does anyone know a Mathematica package or a ...
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How to load a custom mathematica package from a .m file?

I would like to load the package groebner50.m which is available through the website of David A. Cox. It's supposed to contain some useful tools for commutative algebra, but I haven't been able to get ...
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Problem with Creating Mathematica Package

Currently I am working on creating the package on Mathematica version 9 on Windows 7. Here is my code as follows: ...
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Package and imbricated compiled functions

I would like to build up a Mathematica package Pck which contains compiled functions. However when loading this library I obtain an error. When reduced to a minimal ...
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How to determine all possible functions/symbols that can be accessed from a Mathematica installation?

I made a list of all symbols and functions that can be accessed from Mathematica and any included package that comes with it after standard installation. I thought I managed to get a list of ...
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Using header files

I have a piece of code I keep using in new notebooks over and over again and I have to copy and paste it in each new notebook. Problem arises: if I update the code in one file I have to manually do ...
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What replaced ListWaveform?

My old Mathematica code used ListWaveform to produce a sound file from a table of amplitudes and frequencies; this seems to no longer exist. What replaced it?
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Using packages with symbols that have the same name

Let us suppose we have two packages: A and B. ...
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How to exit a package gracefully in the middle?

How to exit a package in the middle, for example, ...
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Can I put subscripted parameter values into a package?

When defining packages, can I put parameter values alone or along with functions into a package in subscripted form? ...
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How to make a package for buttons

I am trying to make a Package for a piece of code though it's not needed here as it is very small. But my actual code here is a little bit different from that ...
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Is there a package to find ALL exact roots of a polynomial, if they exist?

There are polynomials with roots not expressible with radicals but expressible as trigonometric or other functions, for which Solve[] only returns ...
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Debugging the context of a Package

I am working on a package of functions that complement the NeuralNetworks` package that Wolfram provides. I am having a problem with the following code, which is ...
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Extended AutoCorrelation Function

Is there a function in Mathematica capable of computing the sample Extended AutoCorrelation Function (EACF)? I know that there's a package in R that does this. I was trying to avoid to having to ...
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Behavior of Remove inside a Package

I have a notebook containing (in a Code cell, Initialization Group) ...
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How to do individual axis labeling with use SciDraw multipanel figures?

I am trying to make a 6 panel figure for publication where each X and Y axis has its own label. Here is simplified code and its output: ...
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How to use special characters in .m file?

I ran into a strange problem with a function that I want to include in a package file (.m): Cleanup[data_] := data /. (\[Placeholder] -> Missing[]) When I ...
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Is this a bug in NCAlgebra library?

In course of my work with NCAlgebra package for Mathematica, http://math.ucsd.edu/~ncalg/ , I encountered unexpected behavior of replacements. I am using ...
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Creating event handler with ImplementJavaInterface inside a package

I am trying to make my Mathematica function to serve as an event handler for the events generated by a Java object. Specifically, I have a Java object that connects as a client to a server that ...
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Simple problem about shadow symbols in multi-contexts

When I'm tiding up my simple packages, shadow awlays comes out. Here is an example. Packages1 ...
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Limit functionality in WildCats

Does the latest version of the WildCats (diagrammatic Category Theory) package support the calculation of limits (the associated tutorial section is empty)? If so, can anyone point me to a simple ...
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Factoring an ideal in a number field into prime ideals

I'd like to factor an ideal in a number field into prime ideals, exactly as in this example from the Sage documentation: ...
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ParallelTable Works in Regular Notebook but Gives Error When Packaged

Consider the following: ...
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CycleIndex in v8

If I type ?CycleIndex I get Information::notfound: Symbol CycleIndex not found. >> If I then type ...
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Can a Mathematica Application be inside another Application?

The file structure of a simple MMA Application can have the form: MyApplication MyApplication.m SomeAuxiliarPack.m Kernel init.m Where ...
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ContextPath and autocompletion with subpackages

I'm developing a larger package which includes several subpackages. My problem is, that I can't introduce the symbols in the subpackages to the autocompletion by loading the main package, but by ...
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Mathematica Library

I created a Mathematica packagr and then I used the Needs function to add the library to my .nb file, but when use a function in my .nb file and the function is built in my library it comes up with ...
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Should I end all definitions from packages with semicolon?

I noticed that if I open a .m file in Mathematica and click on the Run Package button, all the ...
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Creation of name.m Package

I have a structure of folders. Main Directory( has init.m, and name.m files) Subfolders under Main directory library ( has the packages, pacakge1.m, package2.m) Data (some xcel sheets and other ...
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Package autoloading not working in CDF and Player Pro

I have made a package BeginPackage["top`"] t[x_]:=MessageDialog["This is top"] t1[x_]:=MessageDialog["This is top1"] EndPackage[] and used the code of this ...
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How do you get Weisstein’s Hyphenate package to run?

I've put Eric Weisstein's Hyphenate.m package in $UserBaseDirectory/Utilities; installed the requisite ...
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How to generate docs for your package? [duplicate]

I don't have Wolfram Workbench, is there any other simple way to build documentation notebooks (like the built in documentation) for your custom packages?
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Change of basis of polynomials

Suppose I have a favourite basis for polynomials in $x_1,\dotsc,x_n$, say non-symmetric Macdonald polynomials to be specific. I can easily compute these, and thus the change-of-basis matrix that takes ...
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What is the appropriate way to handle JVM memory issues in a Mathematica package?

I maintain a large Mathematica package (here) that, for certain operations, calls out to a Java library (here). The details of the libraries are not important, but I've come across a frustration with ...
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Can't load a package that used to load [closed]

I created and used a package a number of years ago, Mathematica 3.0, and I am now trying to load and use that package under Mathematica 10.0. I had to clear up some function name conflicts that had ...
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Java anonymous functions from JLink?

JLink is really great to act on Java objects and access Java static methods. I'm asking myself if there would be a way to have access to a more recent Java syntax that allows anonymous functions, ...
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Schwarz-Christoffel toolbox [closed]

Is there a toolbox for working with Schwarz-Christoffel transformations in Mathematica? More generally, is there a toolbox for visualizing conformal mappings in the complex plane? There are a lot of ...
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Context is not clearable and does not reload [closed]

I'm just going crazy with Mathematica Contexts as they absolute do not work as intended. Simple Example: Begin["TEST`"] Hello[s_]:=s Bye[s_]:=s End[] Now using ...
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Cross referencing symbols in different packages [duplicate]

I have problems with name space shadowing which I do not know how to resolve. I have two packages which depend on each other. Here is example of two files fooPackage.m: ...
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Mathematica GUIKit

Does anyone of you know if the GUIKit package is still under some development by Wolfram Research or is the current version 1.1.0 the last one. Does it make sense to make GUIs using this package in ...
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Needs, Get and << [duplicate]

I think I read somewhere that Needs is the recommended way to import dependencies, but I usually see << used in examples. ...
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Package for interacting with the AR.Drone by Todd Gayley?

Anyone in possesion of the package develop by Todd Gayley to interact with the AR.Drone? Haven't been able to find it anywhere... Referring to this video: ...
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Eureqa Client to connect to Mathematica under Windows

Does there exist a way to use Eureqa software with Mathematica under Windows? That is, is there a working client to connect to a Eureqa server?
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What's reliable way of finding declared but undefined functions/symbols in several interrelated packages?

I have many packages some of which use some of others. I have many symbols defined in them. Is there a reliable way of finding declared/exported but undefined functions/symbols in several ...