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but it is not working The above does not describe the problem you are having. When you say not working, you need to explain how it is not working, and what you tried. I just downloaded it and I see no problem. Using V10.01, on windows. Downloaded it from http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/MathSource/577/ Here are some examples ...


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Perhaps MatLink is an alternative solution. http://matlink.org/


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I think CalendarConvert, which is new in version 10 might help: CalendarConvert[ DateObject[{20134, 10, 16, 14, 10, 4}, TimeZone -> 0], "Julian"]


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(I felt this was similar to the issues you have been having and deserved something slightly more then a comment. This isn't exactly an answer, but I am hopeful to find one. Please comment if you have any questions or believe it should be pushed to a comment. ) First in init.m I have started to define function definitions in init.nb precisely like the ...


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If you want to keep the previous definition and use built-in function in further operation, you can use ParallelEvaluate Unprotect[Sqrt]; Sqrt[x_] = "blahblah"; Protect[Sqrt]; Sqrt[4] (*"blahblah"*) First@ParallelEvaluate[Sqrt[4]] (*2*)


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Unprotect[Sqrt]; Sqrt[x_] = "blahblah"; Protect[Sqrt]; Sqrt[2] blahblah Unprotect[Sqrt]; ClearAll[Sqrt]; Protect[Sqrt]; Sqrt[2]


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I think you have deal with Mathematica application. I know 2 way for solv this problem 1) Add path to your application in variable $Path. And then load with Get AppendTo[$Path,"C:\\path\\to\\your\\application"]; <<main` This code try to find init.m in your application and evaluate it. 2) Save your application in directory $UserBaseDirectory ...


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I don't know why the supporting packages were (accidentally?) removed from mathworld.wolfram.com/packages but you can still find a copy of the latest version (from 2007) in the Wayback Machine archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20131504010000/http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/MathSource/4775/


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There is this package from MathSource, which contains a number of similar packages. Various packages dealing with Lie groups have also been proposed over the years. Your mileage may vary.



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