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Jul
27
comment SetDirectory - predefined directory possible?
I do the following: inside the directory I would like to be a working directory, create a blank mathematica notebook, and in your .bashrc or .profile, define a global variable that stores the path to the notebook. From the command line, just type mathematica $pathname/notebookname.nb & and you will have mathematica launch in the correct working directory. You can then populate the notebook. I have tested this in Unix and OS X, and I think something similar might work on Windows. The disadvantage is that this is OS based(and requires you to modify your bashrc)--breaks across machines.
Jul
26
comment Mathlink and Parallelization
Ok, so I add the following to the top of the mathematica notebook: link = Install[myPath<>"file.binary"]; LaunchKernels[]; DistributeDefinitions[SwitchTimes]; And then use ParallelMap. I still get the same errors.
Jul
26
asked Mathlink and Parallelization
Jul
25
awarded  Scholar
Jul
25
awarded  Supporter
Jul
25
comment MathLink and C++ vector container
This is exactly what I was looking for, and is so much more illustrative than the documentation out there! Thank you so much.
Jul
25
accepted MathLink and C++ vector container
Jul
24
answered MathLink and C++ vector container
Jul
23
comment MathLink and C++ vector container
Thanks for linking to LibraryLink. Let's see if I can get this working.
Jul
23
awarded  Student
Jul
23
asked MathLink and C++ vector container