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Although I'm quite familiar with Mathematica, I always try to keep an open mind and don't use it as golden hammer. I'm particularly good at things that are fun, for instance


Mar
23
answered how to load packages on local computer when using remote kernels
Mar
22
comment Color of first and last point in a graphic
@MarianadaCosta This is the way 1D random walks are visualized! Please read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_walk
Mar
22
answered Color of first and last point in a graphic
Mar
21
answered Mapping multiple functions over an array
Mar
19
answered Accessing Draw Tools objects with notebook commands
Mar
19
comment Compile function which calls other functions to C
@Danvil Yes, I discussed this issue several times with e.g. @Oleksandr R. who has quite some knowledge about such stuff. When I remember correctly, then there is no general way to make a recursive compiled function. This goes along with Leonids answer here.
Mar
19
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
19
comment Compile function which calls other functions to C
@Danvil I have added some information in my answer.
Mar
19
revised Compile function which calls other functions to C
added 1865 characters in body
Mar
19
awarded  compile
Mar
18
answered inverting this equation
Mar
18
answered Compile function which calls other functions to C
Mar
13
answered Simplify looks ugly
Mar
12
comment Filter through list and lump data
@user1985351 I added a fake value for the year 1750 as last element in data. So what you see is the sum of all entries for the year 1749 and the sum for all entries of the year 1750.
Mar
12
answered Filter through list and lump data
Mar
7
comment Using Array Elements as Function Arguments
@GeorgeWolfe Indeed and it is even nicer for the user, because it lets him understand some of the mystifying operators like @@ or @@@ very naturally.
Mar
7
answered If/else re-evaluate (integer only solutions)
Mar
7
comment If/else re-evaluate (integer only solutions)
@martin Let's assume someone can give you your integer solutions in a better/faster approach. Can you maybe add information what exactly you want. Do you really need only the first solution which is hit at random or do you need many different solutions?
Mar
7
comment If/else re-evaluate (integer only solutions)
It was a joke. There is no if/else loop. if/else is a conditional expression. While,For,Do are loops.