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Apr
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revised Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
Needed to fix the title because this post is not easy to find with the search otherwise
Apr
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comment Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
@JacobAkkerboom Thanks! It's fixed now.
Apr
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revised Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
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Apr
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comment Simplify on a structured array
Right and it is exactly what I meant by * simplify your expressions before you build your structured array*. Btw, please verify carefully whether the ParallelMap is really faster than simply calling FullSimplify on the complete expression.
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answered Simplify on a structured array
Apr
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comment Simplifying symbolic multiple sums
Do you know the function HoldPattern?
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Apr
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comment Compile, “global variables” and recursion
The proper edit-trick is to do it the other way around. Wrap the code that contains a back-tick into two backticks. If your code ends in a backtick, you need to make a space between the closing two backticks, like in JLink` which is written as ''JLink' '' (I used quotes here..)
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Apr
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answered How to manage list of list of rules?
Apr
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comment What's the meaning of <<19>> in the result
@user27564 What you probably want is simply nlm["BestFit"], where nlm is the result of your computation. Look at the documentation of NonlinearModelFit under Details.
Apr
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revised Result about Context is inconsistent with the description of “Power Programming with Mathematica”
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Apr
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comment Result about Context is inconsistent with the description of “Power Programming with Mathematica”
@Szabolcs Nevertheless, really embarrassing that I typed the whole answer without searching whether it already existed..
Apr
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comment Result about Context is inconsistent with the description of “Power Programming with Mathematica”
@Szabolcs If this were true, how is temp`x=1 found when I call x inside Begin["temp`"]? Import["http://goo.gl/NaH6rM"]["http://i.stack.imgur.com/97JkJ.png"]
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answered Result about Context is inconsistent with the description of “Power Programming with Mathematica”
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comment Result about Context is inconsistent with the description of “Power Programming with Mathematica”
@Kuba Please re-read the documentation for $ContextPath, because this list of contexts should be searched after the symbol cannot be found in $Context. Since Begin resets the current context, the behaviour is surprising and in the book, the results are different.