Jonathan Gleason

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Currently a graduate student in mathematics at the University of California - Berkeley.

Previously obtained a MASt. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Cambridge (2013), and a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Physics from the University of Chicago (2012).


Apr
14
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
21
awarded  Yearling
May
22
asked Have the kernel load a user-defined function by default
Mar
8
comment How do I check if any element in a list is positive?
@Mr.Wizard Sorry about that. Quite honestly, for some reason I thought I had accepted an answer awhile ago, and didn't realize that was not the case until yesterday when I got a notification that I had received a badge for the question. My bad.
Mar
8
accepted How do I check if any element in a list is positive?
Mar
6
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
17
awarded  Caucus
Jul
30
comment How do I check if any element in a list is positive?
Also, could you explain the use of _? here? I can't seem to find this in the documentation.
Jul
30
comment How do I check if any element in a list is positive?
+1. By the way, I've noticed a lot of Mathematica functions end with "Q", and it seems like all such functions are meant to answer a "Yes or No Question". Is this indeed what the "Q" stands for, "question"?
Jul
25
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
24
revised Code Readability and Object-Oriented Code
Typo
Jul
24
asked Code Readability and Object-Oriented Code
Jul
24
asked How do I check if any element in a list is positive?
Jul
20
accepted How to plot Fit functions?
Jul
20
awarded  Editor
Jul
20
comment How to plot Fit functions?
@b.gatessucks Yeah, sorry about that. That was a typo on here. In Mathematica, I was using f[x_]:=....
Jul
20
revised How to plot Fit functions?
added 1 characters in body
Jul
20
comment How to plot Fit functions?
As an aside, how is one supposed to go about typesetting multi-line code on this website? Is there a better way to do it than exiting the code environment, adding spaces, and entering the code environment again?
Jul
20
asked How to plot Fit functions?