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Aug
18
comment Mathematica cannot find the c compiler
Then the compiler is likely not properly installed. There should be an environment variable names VS90COMNTOOLS or similar. Can you check if it exists? Evaluate GetEnvironment[] and look for it.
Aug
17
comment Mathematica cannot find the c compiler
Do not set $CCompiler. If the Microsoft compiler is installed correctly, Mathematica will auto-detect it. Re-start Mathematica (including the front end) after installing the compiler.
Aug
17
revised Unexpected Behaviour with local variables and ToExpression
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Aug
17
revised Communication between local kernels
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Aug
17
revised Communication between local kernels
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Aug
17
comment Unexpected Behaviour with local variables and ToExpression
@NicoDean Be careful though not to just blindly swap Module for Block. See MrWizard's links and see how Block can unexpectedly bite you when used the wrong way ...
Aug
17
comment Communication between local kernels
@Mr.Wizard I am not that experienced either, unfortunately, but I wrote something.
Aug
17
answered Communication between local kernels
Aug
17
comment Communication between local kernels
@Mr.Wizard That is definitely an exciting topic, but I didn't post it because I felt it would be starting the OP down the wrong path. Building a full communication frameworks is almost certainly not what he needs even if he phrased the question this way ... I can try to write something though.
Aug
17
answered Unexpected Behaviour with local variables and ToExpression
Aug
17
comment Is it necessary to introduce ImplicitRegion and ParametricRegion in version 10?
@Eric RegionPlot is for visualizing a region. ImplicitRegion is for representing a region. These are two entirely different purposes, and it makes little sense to compare the two functions. You can use RegionPlot to plot any region object, e.g. RegionPlot[ImplicitRegion[x^2+y^2<1, {x,y}]] or RegionPlot[Disk[]].
Aug
17
answered Is it necessary to introduce ImplicitRegion and ParametricRegion in version 10?
Aug
16
comment Communication between local kernels
As celtschk said, read up on parallelization in Mathematica. Evaluation->Kernel configuration options are not for configuring parallel kernels. Communication is only easy if you use parallelization. Rom's answer also refer to using parallel subkernels.
Aug
16
answered Testing a package in Mathematica 9
Aug
16
comment Incompatible Changes since Mathematica Version 7?
@DanielW Do you have a link to a discussion about this?
Aug
16
revised Incompatible Changes since Mathematica Version 7?
Image is not atomic in v8.
Aug
15
revised Calling MATLAB from Mathematica
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Aug
15
revised Where can I find examples of good Mathematica programming practice?
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Aug
14
comment Why am I getting a kernel crash on Chop?
I cannot reproduce this on OS X 10.9.4, M 10.0.0.
Aug
14
comment How can one draw a network with nodes and links in a grid shape?
Is the network given? Are you going to generate it? How precisely? GridGraph makes a grid graph, then you can remove edges randomly.