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comment import from Excel adds a point to each number …How to get rid of it?
Please read this: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/18485/131
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comment import from Excel adds a point to each number …How to get rid of it?
possible duplicate of What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users? - one page at most.
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comment MathematicaPolarPlot Question
Please add the homework or assignment tag if appliccable.
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comment Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
@halirutan thanks for the link! Probably the core statement was incorrect (no clue how the hobbling is acutally achieved). And yes, the pricing is really steep (plus, the gaming performance may be worse because the drivers are not optimized for that, and I seem to remember you are a Battlefield fiend).
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comment Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
@Mr.Wizard for older GeForce models you could make the Quadro drivers work after a fashion but last time I took a closer look (about three years ago) there were purportedly hardware blocks in place. You can still do CUDA, but not with the same number of cores that are available for rendering. Again, info may be dated, but Quadros are still ridiculously expensive, so I expect no substantial changes.
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comment How to export a vector of vectors (Mathematica 8)?
Welcome! Try Put and Get.
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comment Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
@Mr.Wizard Essentially it is a duplicate, but the answers here a more numerous and detailed...?
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comment Buying a new computer (specifically for Mathematica)
Consumer cards (GeForce) are hobbled quite badly though when it comes to CUDA performance. You get similar (but unlocked) hardware with different drivers for a multiple of the price with under the Quadro brand name which is specifically designed for enterprise use.
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comment How to speed up execution of this function?
@DanielLichtblau way to go, Legolas!
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comment Reduce function response to a single number
Try N for a numeric result.
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comment How to speed up execution of this function?
@DanielLichtblau I can just about picture you as the scientific officer from Vulfram.
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comment Froze Mathematica and now it's buggy
@Mr.Wizard I had not considered that. No big fan of the rebranding either, as the first comment hopefully conveyed.
Dec
18
comment My matematica notebook dosen't work,its bring syntax error ,why?
possible duplicate of Mathematica notebook is corrupt
Dec
18
comment How to integrate a generic integral?
Please post the actual code you used. Just to make sure, this site is about the software Mathematica, not Wolfram Alpha...
Dec
18
comment A reliable CPU timer
@MichaelE2 we could benignly edit the question to fit your answer. I´d like to see a thread about good timing practice.
Dec
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comment Froze Mathematica and now it's buggy
@MichaelE2 thank you for making me lol. I do hope this comment will persist across that singularity :D It is Wolfram all the way down.
Dec
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comment Mathematica can't export $\sqrt{}$
Same behavior on 10.0.2 (Win7 64).
Dec
18
comment Froze Mathematica and now it's buggy
@Mr.Wizard gosh, now they´ve gone and changed Mathematica to "the Wolfram System".
Dec
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comment Froze Mathematica and now it's buggy
Please add more info. Otherwise answering will be guess-work.
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comment A reliable CPU timer
@MichaelE2 would you want to put that in an answer? Perhaps with a slightly rephrased question this could be permanently useful.