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Nov
24
revised Writing a conventional free-standing application in Mathematica (CDF)
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Nov
24
comment Writing a conventional free-standing application in Mathematica (CDF)
@MathLind: I've seen your edit, I think that storing in a DynamiModule variables should provide what you are looking for, there is no need for a Enterprize version for that...
Nov
24
revised Writing a conventional free-standing application in Mathematica (CDF)
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Nov
24
answered Writing a conventional free-standing application in Mathematica (CDF)
Nov
22
comment Applying LinearModelFit[] to data obtained with WeatherData[]
I think you should tell us for which version you need this to work. The problem is that the format of the return value of WeatherData has changed from version 9 to version 10 and both are not valid input for LinearModelFit. Belisarius answer shows how to solve the problem for version 9, but you'd need a different approach for version 10.
Nov
22
comment C# Tree view similar
@timoftebogdan I think if you search for people to help you you should show at least a minimal amount of politeness and the effort to read what these people write. I have explicitly mentioned that it does not look like the the windows treeview and that I think that it would be very much effort to make it look like that. As it does provide the basic functionality I personaly (and probably other readers) think it is far from useless. If you need it to look exactly like the windows TreeView the answer is probably as short as "not possible" (also already contained in my answer).
Nov
22
revised C# Tree view similar
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Nov
22
answered C# Tree view similar
Nov
22
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Nov
22
reviewed Approve “NotAvailable” and “NotApplicable” data points returned by WeatherData[]
Nov
22
awarded  Custodian
Nov
22
reviewed Approve Applying LinearModelFit[] to data obtained with WeatherData[]
Nov
22
comment Set Options on a system function has effect on all notebooks
I think that problem is one reason why it is recommended to have one post per question. Another reason is that it will be easier to find the questions and answers and that probably is the main purpose of the site. Never mind about accepting my answer in this case, though. I'm happy if you accept the answer which solves the first of your questions.
Nov
21
comment File Handling. How to save the progress in a file?
this is especially useful in combination with ExportString for text like formats where you can append line by line, e.g. CSV.
Nov
21
answered Set Options on a system function has effect on all notebooks
Nov
2
comment SetDelayed::write is Protected error on Linux not PC
just checked with 10.0.0, there is also a protected system Merge there...
Nov
2
comment SetDelayed::write is Protected error on Linux not PC
Are you sure that both computers run version 10.0.1? Since version 10.0.1 (can't test 10.0.0 at the moment) there is a system symbol Merge and of course that is protected which does explain the message you see. In earlier versions there was no such symbol and thus no problem. Can you verify which version you are using and whether both of them know the system symbol? To make the package compatible with versions > 10.0.1 the author must rename that function...
Oct
31
revised Why can't I import a file in the init.m file?
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Oct
31
answered Why can't I import a file in the init.m file?
Oct
24
revised How to find out the current memory on the JVM?
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