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comment What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users?
@alancalvitti, it means that Dataset is treated like an atom for the evaluation loop, with some sort of special operators, right?
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comment What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users?
@TedErsek, thanks, amended.
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revised Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
Moved update to solution already
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comment Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
@Nasser I see :) there is only one function in your plot: the PDF of the known distribution, not the estimate. I wish there were a more idiomatic Manipulate solution to this; other than building the interface by hand... But it works, Tnx for your guidance by the way !!
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answered Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
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comment Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
@Nasser, now I am curious; I didn't provide CalcG1, what did you do? :)
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comment Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
@Nasser, based on your comments I updated the question with my approach - would be happy to hear if a more idiomatic Manipulate is possible...
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revised Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
added my solution
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comment Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
@Nasser, I just did that and works. I will publish my snipped here for others to see and fix.
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comment Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
@Nasser, so, should I use the option to create the control manually {u, f} where the f function that creates the UI element has that callback in the generated Dynamic?
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comment Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
@belisarius, wow! it seems to work on the above toy example; I would give it a go with my complex algorithm (and update question) if it doesn't help. Tnx!!
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asked Manipulating parameters in a complex algorithm
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accepted Wavelet expansion of given function (as opposed to DWT of given data)
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revised Wavelet expansion of given function (as opposed to DWT of given data)
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answered Wavelet expansion of given function (as opposed to DWT of given data)