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comment Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects
@Ajasja : Yes it's the same according the documentation.
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revised Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects
definition in different file in the same project is also not found
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comment Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects
did you really try F3 with function which is in a different project? For me it doesn't work even with WRI Workbench examples.
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comment Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects
@wolfies: I don't know, because "Find Selected Function" is in Mathematica GUI and "Find Definition" is in Wolfram Workbench.
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revised Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects
doc link corrected
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asked Find Definition (F3) doesn't work within workspace or referenced projects
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answered Auto line breaks in workbench
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asked How can I track the execution time of an evaluating Manipulate cell?
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answered Create ParametricFunction object without ParametricNDSolve
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comment Create ParametricFunction object without ParametricNDSolve
thanks for idea! I'm going to put example and my answer to it for clarity.
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asked Create ParametricFunction object without ParametricNDSolve
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comment Interpolating a ParametricFunction
For me your Plot[] example is 60 (sixty) times faster than Plot3D (measured with Timing[]).
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comment Interpolating a ParametricFunction
Sorry, my stupid mistake with #*10*10^(-9). Now I corrected it in the answer. And yes, i was converting nm &m.
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revised Interpolating a ParametricFunction
corrected back by removing one 10 form Interpolation[{#*10^(-9), pfun[#]}