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).


Jun
18
awarded  Popular Question
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?