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comment Exporting XML Data
@rcollyer Thanks. I've been struggling with this documentation all morning. I'll stick with it and hopefully figure it out, following your instructions. It's appreciated.
Aug
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comment Exporting XML Data
@rcollyer I have. I can generate XML files, but my internal brackets get replaced so I get code like this: ` <String>&lt;title&gt;ometz.ca/event/abiletes-dentrevue-1-678/?langID=1&lt;/…;`
Aug
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Jan
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comment How can I improve Mathematica's resolution on a macbook retina display?
@Szabolcs I've started using it again with v9, since this has jogged my memory, and no issues whatsoever after using it pretty intensively over the last few days (lots of graphics & a presentation). v8 broke my find dialogues and occasionally documentation.
Jan
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comment How can I improve Mathematica's resolution on a macbook retina display?
@M.R. No unchecking or checking that box needed...
Jan
28
comment How can I improve Mathematica's resolution on a macbook retina display?
@M.R. I just re-checked it on my system and it works. You drag the application icon (not the shortcut from your dock) onto the program, and it'll retinize or de-retinize.
Jan
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answered How can I improve Mathematica's resolution on a macbook retina display?
Jan
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comment What is the new command for AffineMap?
AffineTransform might be what you're looking for?
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Jan
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answered Downloading files without using Import
Dec
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Nov
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comment Dealing with large files
Actually, this SO discussion "Way to deal with large data files in Wolfram Mathematica" looks pretty key for this. stackoverflow.com/questions/2370570/…
Nov
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comment Dealing with large files
I'm interested in this too. When I've been dealing with plain text files, I often use the split command in bash. i.e. split -l 500 data. Here's the man page.
Nov
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Nov
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answered How do I make data retrieved from Wolfram|Alpha persist in a notebook?