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Apr
15
comment PDF files generated by Mathematica on Windows cannot be viewed on Ubuntu
This question appears to be off-topic because the problem was caused by one particular PDF reader and not Mathematica.
Apr
15
answered expression contained across multiple cells
Apr
15
comment ParallelTable, ParallelDo and ParallelMap all fail on simple evaluations, a BUG?
If you use SetSharedVariable, it'll mostly negate the benefits of parallelization as it forces constant callbacks to the main kernel. Reformulate your problem in terms of side-effect-less functions such as Table. See here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/1771/12 and here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/2727/12
Apr
15
comment PDF files generated by Mathematica on Windows cannot be viewed on Ubuntu
I'm afraid there's hardly enough information in the post to solve this. In the very least, post a PDF, but really you should: provide a reproducible example to generate the PDF files; mention your version of Mathematica; mention your PDF viewer and if the result is the same with other viewers.
Apr
15
revised I want to get a special curve in a picture
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Apr
14
comment Same Mathematica 9.1 Student License on both Ubuntu and Windows 7
@Sjoerd I imagine that if the OP gets his license from his school then he can just get another activation code and install it on another machine/OS. But some personal student licenses probably allow installation only on a single machine. I didn't want to discuss it though because I'm not sure, and also because "licensing" is really just an agreement between the user and the company and might change if the OP contacts WRI and explain his situation. It's not a fixed objective thing like the correct syntax of Table that's guaranteed not to change until the next release.
Apr
14
comment Same Mathematica 9.1 Student License on both Ubuntu and Windows 7
@SjoerdC.deVries Besides, support is so easy to contact: they even have live chat support for issues like this (not for technical issue). The OP would have gotten a quicker and reliable answer if he just calls them or if he uses the live chat support.
Apr
14
comment Same Mathematica 9.1 Student License on both Ubuntu and Windows 7
@SjoerdC.deVries I doubt that the answer below is correct at all. There are many different situations and different (student) licenses and the OP didn't even explain clearly what kind of license he has. The majority of people won't have experience with various types of licenses, so they can't answer questions like this with an answer that's dependable and useful for others in the future. Also, licensing changes more quickly than the software itself. I think that the (likely wrong) answer below just proves that this type of question should be off topic.
Apr
14
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Apr
14
comment Same Mathematica 9.1 Student License on both Ubuntu and Windows 7
Inquiries about licensing are off topic here, but Wolfram support will be happy to help you with such questions. Please understand that this is not an official Wolfram site. We are users like you and not in a position to answer such questions.
Apr
14
answered MathLink c++ passing lists of real values simple example
Apr
14
comment How to produce functions
@Shellp Sorry, it's still not clear. What would help is a concrete example.
Apr
14
answered Solving a system of equations where two variables can only be one of several discrete values
Apr
14
comment Solving a system of equations where two variables can only be one of several discrete values
The problem is that you have three equations, but for any particular choice of c1 and c2, you only have one variable to solve for: r2. Do you have any reason to believe that all three equations will be satisfied for some value of r2? The system looks overdetermined.
Apr
14
comment Solving a system of equations where two variables can only be one of several discrete values
x == (1 || 2) doesn't make sense (within Mathematica) but (x == 1) || (x == 2) does. You can omit the parentheses from the latter. If you use only exact numbers (i.e. there's no decimal point in them), then Reduce should theoretically work, but it's taking a very long time on my machine.
Apr
14
comment Machine precision infinity
I think that it is not possible. It's possible to get these special floating point values into Mathematica, but they'll cause all sorts of problems and it's not possible to do reliable operations on them. Things fail randomly. My opinion is that it's not worth the risk to push it. More info here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/19026/…
Apr
14
comment How to produce functions
It's not clear to my why Table wouldn't work for you. Can you give a specific example of what your input is and what output you need?
Apr
14
comment Unable to configure a system of differential equations
Mathematica cannot solve this equation, so it returns the input. It is possible (likely) that this equation doesn't have a solution in terms of simple functions. Try NDSolve for a numerical solution.
Apr
14
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Apr
12
revised Why does Mathematica list the variables in a double integral backwards?
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