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How to take the derivative w.r.t. an arbitrary function?
EDIT: The answer posted by @Jens works for built-in functions only. However I'm starting to wonder if this is related to my Mathematica install somehow. I have version 7. Here is an example in the ...
Jun 21 '13 at 18:26
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