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comment How to prevent tiny complex errors in Integrate[]?
@JerryGuern He means this. Google for "mathematica inexact number". 65/10 would be considered exact. Integrate doesn't play well with inexact numbers.
6h
comment Piecewise function and integral function
Please be more specific about what you mean by "cannot be used". Also: did you mean to write x <= 0 or t <= 0 in f?
6h
comment Show function doesn't plot two graphics
Options are inherited from the first plot. Try PlotRange -> All in Show. I didn't run your code, just guessing.
10h
comment Assigning a value to specific product
Can you explain your particular use case through an example? I could suggest several "solutions" which would seem to fit what you are asking but I suspect that most of them won't be useful to you.
11h
comment Is there a global setting for number form
@NicholasGaffney-Henderson This function just give you a string which is a valid number in C ... I don't understand your comment about not using SymbolicC stuff. Can you explain why you can't use the output of CForm?
11h
comment Is there a global setting for number form
Have you tried CForm? It gives 2.77778e11.
13h
comment Nash equilibrium in game theory?
The Demonstrations project is also worth searching: demonstrations.wolfram.com/search.html?query=nash
13h
comment How can you set frame ticks in a Gauge[]?
Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/28348/…
15h
comment Using the string Match with options!
This is using the solution I have you in a comment on your last question. When you receive a solution, it's a good idea to try to understand how it works. Start by looking up the functions in the documentation. Reading up on StringMatchQ would have immediately solved this problem.
15h
comment Plotting a function with multiple colors, without modifying ColorFunction
You can always set FillingStyle manually. That said I'd also go with Kuba's solution.
16h
comment Roadmap for Workbench?
This is not an official Wolfram Research website, so you will not receive an answer here. Most people here are just users like you and even the few Wolfram employees who post here won't be able to speak for the company. Best thing would be to contact Wolfram directly: wolfram.com/company/contact
17h
comment Mathematica style guide?
@rcollyer Okay, go ahead. But I'm starting to think this really isn't a good fit, simply because it is guaranteed to trigger a lot of discussion and debate.
17h
comment Mathematica style guide?
I just wanted to explain why I repeated some of the things you already said in your answer. While personally I agree with everything you said, others clearly don't. I simply wanted to make a community wiki answer which can be edited by everyone, and will hopefully end up containing that small subset of guidelines most agree about.
17h
comment Mathematica style guide?
@Nasser I guess people will be split on that one. Personally I almost never use any spaces in notebooks (as the front end controls spacing to make things more readable), but I do use them often when writing plain text. I don't have a strong preference here.
17h
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comment Mathematica style guide?
Personal bias is very hard to avoid, so I made this community wiki. Feel free to edit, add or even remove! I don't want this to be my list of guidelines. I want to be a small set of guidelines that most people here agree about.
17h
answered Mathematica style guide?
1d
comment Experiment design in statistics
This question is off topic because it is not about the software Mathematica.
1d
comment Finding all sublists or substrings of a given list/string
Take a look here, which doesn't answer your question but it's related and interesting. The reason why I found that answer very interesting is that the performance is very good, in fact the best of all non-compiled solutions. That's counterintuitive as pattern matching is typically slow.
1d
comment Testing for a vector of all reals
I just noticed that you have already posted the same question yesterday, and received the same response. Why did you post again? If you need additional clarifications, please explain what exactly was not clear in the answers people already gave you. Then people can explain. Re-postig the exact same question won't yield better results.