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comment Find all roots in range
@george2079 Yes, but why do you think that is a problem? When Reduce can provide a closed form solution, it will. When it cannot, it will return Root objects. The point is that this method works in a surprisingly large number of cases, with many transcendental equations. It would likely still work if Reduce didn't know about ZetaZero.
9h
comment How do I get a Do function to create a list?
AppendTo will lead to $O(n^2)$ complexity. Reap/Sow will be much faster when collecting lots of results.
11h
answered Find all roots in range
Oct
17
comment Tutorial video on the Wolfram Language
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Oct
16
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Oct
15
comment Total much slower in version 10
@DanielLichtblau Is it at this point decided whether there'll be a 10.0.2? Or was 10.0.1 the last 10.0.x version?
Oct
15
comment What does this Append expression do?
Have you tried giving list a value and evaluating this piece of code? Does it give the result you expect? If not, what else did you expect?
Oct
13
comment how to use ParametricPlot with solution of NDSolve and other function?
Please provide a complete example, while keeping it as short as possible. The mistake is not in the code you show here, it's likely in the code you didn't show.
Oct
11
comment Font difference in mathematica 9 and 10 after export to illustrator
All the fonts seem to have been outlined, which means that there's no way to get the text back once the EPS has been written. If you use PDF, this doesn't happen. In the v10 betas, even exporting to PDF would outline the fonts, but fortunately this was fixed. I almost never use EPS so didn't notice that with EPS it still happens (I complained about PDF during the beta). I wonder if there's an option to control this.
Oct
10
comment How to set default save directory for notebooks?
@thecommexokid I don't know. I tried it again and mine remembers, both with M9.0.1 and M10.0.1 on OS X 10.9.5. Try this, and restart M, though I don't know if it will help.
Oct
9
comment Importing data from Matlab, using data in “NSolve” and send the results back to Matlab
@Hossein Use files. Export to a file, then run a Mathematica script that reads the data from that file, processes it and writes the result to another. Then read the result from a file.
Oct
9
revised Importing data from Matlab, using data in “NSolve” and send the results back to Matlab
edited tags
Oct
9
comment Importing data from Matlab, using data in “NSolve” and send the results back to Matlab
If you use MATLink, you will be able to control MATLAB from Mathematica, but not vice versa: you will not be able to control Mathematica from MATLAB. If your primary working environment is Mathematica and you need to call a few MATLAB functions then MATLink will be perfect. If your primary working environment is MATLAB, then it will be less convenient or not useful.
Oct
8
comment Using mathematica to understand linear algebra
Can you explain in words what you are trying to plot?
Oct
8
comment Is there a command like meshgrid in Mathematica?
In order to get an answer you need to explain what you mean by meshgrid. Even better: explain why you need this. Things are usually not done the same way in Mathematica and MATLAB.
Oct
8
awarded  Necromancer
Oct
7
comment Display All Output Numbers in HEX
@LiamWilliam I agree that something better is much preferred. I'm just commenting once again to correct my first comment to the much simpler $PrePrint = BaseForm[#, 16] &. This still doesn't do what you're asking for though.
Oct
7
revised Is it possible to have more than two vertical axis in Mathematica 2D plots?
edited tags; edited tags
Oct
6
comment Display All Output Numbers in HEX
$PrePrint = HoldForm[#] /. k_Integer :> BaseForm[k, 16] & ?
Oct
6
comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
(When I need to create a long animation with Mathematica, I prefer to export stills and assemble them into a video using other tools.)