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Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
This is your best bet, not Import. Still, if you need to know what method FindGraphCommunities uses, the productive thing is to check the documentation first, then if it doesn't answer your question as Wolfram support. They usually provide references for the methods used.
Apr
9
revised Open an MX file used by the kernel
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Apr
9
comment Conjugating symbolic expression
Unfortunately this is not a robust solution. It's a common but subtle error to try to do this. Try 1 + I /. I -> -I. It gives 1+I. The reason is that I does not in fact appear in 1+I anywhere. 1+I is an atomic object with FullForm Complex[1,1]. Note that the problem is not simply that it doesn't contain I, but that it's atomic, so 1+I /. 1 -> -1 also has no effect.
Apr
9
comment How to transfer my Mathematica Student licence from Linux to windows
This is not an official Wolfram site. The people here are users like you so we can't help you with licensing. You need to contact Wolfram support with this request. Voting to close, as the question is out of scope for the site.
Apr
9
comment Mathematica “Insert” not working
More specifically, this answer.
Apr
9
comment Compiling/calling Mathematica-generated .so from C
What I said above may be incorrect, but I do not have a solution for you. It's possible that you can use the code without the full Mathematica kernel after all, but I don't know how.
Apr
9
comment C Code generated from Mathematica not working?
According to that page my answer was wrong, so I deleted it. Please include a link to that page in your question!
Apr
8
comment workbench: how to update JRE to 1.7
What I was trying to say before was that this question has no technical relation to Mathematica, and the Workbench is nothing more than Eclipse bundled with plugins. Most people here don't have a deep knowledge of Eclipse. If you need an answer to these types of questions, you'll have much better luck on an Eclipse forum. It doesn't make sense to push the question here if your aim is to get an answer ...
Apr
8
comment InstallR on OS X with external R installation
@sam84 If IGraphR.m is really in the right folder, and you get this message, then you don't have the correct IGraphR.m file. Try downloading it again from here
Apr
8
comment workbench: how to update JRE to 1.7
Java is just the platform the Workbench (Eclipse, really) runs on. The Workbench was written with one specific version of Java. Changing that version has absolutely no benefits, but it does risk breaking things. Allowing updates would make no sense even if the update mechanism supported this kind of thing (which it doesn't---it's designed for updating Eclipse plugins). That bundled Java is not for you to use, it's for Workbench to run. If you need a specific version of Java for your own project, you should install it yourself on your system, not change the bundled one.
Apr
7
comment Compiling/calling Mathematica-generated .so from C
You might be interested in MathCode which should help in compiling into re-usable C++ code. I've never used it myself and it's unfortunately not free.
Apr
7
comment Compiling/calling Mathematica-generated .so from C
Yes, you do need the whole Mathematica kernel to use LibraryLink. Otherwise you need to generate C code, remove the part that depends on the M kernel and use the rest in your project. If you try to link the library as compiled by Mathematica, then you do need the whole kernel and you can't have a standalone project. I might be wrong, but I find it very unlikely that what you are trying to do (just link the library) is possible.
Apr
7
comment Automatically Recording Sound
I really don't know. I guess you can crash the front end and lose work, crash the kernel, or cause a memory leak (probably in the front end).
Apr
7
comment Compiling/calling Mathematica-generated .so from C
It's an interesting question, but I think this won't be possible because compiled functions do need to access the Mathematica kernel. Perhaps generating C code with CCodeStringGenerate and extracting the part that doesn't depend on Mma would be better? Or you can access the full Mathematica kernel from C through MathLink.
Apr
6
revised Fast code to generate large random graph with fixed degree sequence
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Apr
6
answered Fast code to generate large random graph with fixed degree sequence
Apr
6
comment Fast code to generate large random graph with fixed degree sequence
DegreeGraphDistribution implements the configuration model as well. Do you have any reason to believe that its implementation is not efficient enough and it is at all possible to do better in pure Mathematica, not in C.
Apr
6
comment Filling -> Axis leaves a gap
Effectively duplicate of mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/45424/12
Apr
6
revised Filling -> Axis leaves a gap
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Apr
6
comment Why does the filling on my ListPlot not reach the axis for some values?
I'm glad this helped. Sorry, I don't know where this is documented. What happens is that the lines are drawn only until the edge of the PlotRange. When you combine two graphics with Show, the PlotRange will be inherited from the first, so the filling lines for the second might not reach the frame edge.