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tl;dr You need to call Needs before GetBoundaryMesh definition so it can be parsed (found in correct context) correctly or you have to use the full name of ToBoundaryMesh. How parsing works, more or less Input is read Wolfram system reads expression by expression (keep in mind that a; b; in one line is a CompundExpression. (alternatively one can say: ...


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The comment by Stefan R answers the question. As others have pointed out, the only time series package is a third-party package and it is not compatible with Mathematica 9 or later. Mathematica 9 has built-in support for time series via TemporalData, and this is greatly expanded on in Mathematica 10.


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Make a load.m file in the Notebook directory that has the lines: << "/psoPackage/psoGenericFunctions.m"; << "/psoPackage/calculateVelNiches.m"; << "/objectiveFunctions/objective functions.m"; << "/psoPackage/bifurcationMainFunctions.m"; << "/objectiveFunctions/limiters.m"; << "/pseudoRandomGen/haltonSerie.m"; << "/...


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Start here to see what statistics functionality is available: http://reference.wolfram.com/language/guide/Statistics.html http://reference.wolfram.com/language/guide/ProbabilityAndStatistics.html Fitting is done with EstimatedDistribution or FindDistributionParameters. You want to fit a ParetoDistribution for continuous data or a ZipfDistribution for ...


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Unfortunately, SciDraw does indeed cause error messages because SciDraw tries to define functions which have been introduced into the core Wolfram language since SciDraw was introduced. One of these probably started in v10.2, over MissingQ, and the other probably dates to v10.4, over BoundingRegion. Users with earlier versions of Mathematica are unlikely to ...


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As after half a year there is still no answer, here are some very short answers from my comments: the difference is just the file ending as far as I know. if you have installed MATLAB (or another software which also uses .m file extension) it is easier to let the OS distinguish between MATLAB files and Mathematica packages. because that now seems to be the ...



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