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Intersection of a ListPlot3D surface with a plane

I'm trying to use Mathematica to analyze some physics data from an experiment, more precisely, I have to fit a 2D data series with a one dimension function. At the moment I'm able to load and plot ...
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How to get Mathematica to abort the current evaluation if an assertion fails?

I can turn on assertions, but they don't terminate the current evaluation. For example: ...
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How can I perfect this game for Wolfram Demonstration publication? [closed]

When the messages change the window inactivates, and when I try to host an interactive CDF on my site it turns red and says something about numbers having to be scaled or offset. Any help? I'm ...
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Error message with Animate?

I have a error message, but after I execute ndsolve cell is all right.What is the Reason for this error? ...
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Using Quantity[] units causes errors in my calculation

I have an interpolation function in which I wish to use actual units. If I perform the calculation normally, it works fine and returns a proper FittedModel. To illustrate my problem, consider the ...
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Generate all 3-permutations of the set {x, y, z, w, u, t} excluding the ones where 'u' is after 't' [closed]

I have to generate all 3-permutations of a the set $(x, y, z, w, u, t)$ without the ones where the element $u$ is after element $t$. So far I have generated all the the 3-permutations like such ...
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how to read a list from a file which has mixed types of data?

I need to read in a file with the first several lines reading as ...
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Loop in a loop, or how to evaluate complex expressions

I need to find $h_{0j}$ for every $1\leq j\leq300$, where \begin{multline*} h_{0j} = \sum_{q=1}^{Q}g_qe^{-\lambda_q j\Delta}\frac{e^{\lambda_q\Delta}-1}{\lambda_q} + \sum_{p=1}^{P}\frac{e^{-\alpha_p ...
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Taylor series representation as an infinite sum

I want to see the Taylor series representation for arbitrary functions, e.g. $\sin$. With the Series[] command, I can only see the first $n$ terms. Is there the ...

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