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 Mar 12 awarded Popular Question Nov 23 awarded Notable Question Aug 15 awarded Popular Question Dec 9 awarded Popular Question Jul 29 awarded Popular Question Jul 2 awarded Curious Mar 24 comment Choosing $n$ equidistant points on a circle with given radius and center Thanks to all. All answers are great. I am allowed to mark only one. Mar 24 accepted Choosing $n$ equidistant points on a circle with given radius and center Mar 21 comment Choosing $n$ equidistant points on a circle with given radius and center Thank you for the illustrative suggestion. I also found a simple solution: circle = Table[{r Cos[2 \[Pi]/num *(i - 1)], r Sin[2 \[Pi]/num *(i - 1)]}, {i, 1, num + 1}]. Mar 21 asked Choosing $n$ equidistant points on a circle with given radius and center Jan 13 comment Creating a standalone (executable) from mathematica code I've done the same with Python -- thanks, it was a good choice ! Jan 13 accepted Creating a standalone (executable) from mathematica code Dec 20 asked Creating a standalone (executable) from mathematica code Dec 6 awarded Yearling Dec 2 accepted All possible solutions to the Matrix Equation (free variables appearing) Oct 21 accepted Copying each object in a plot separately as an image Oct 21 asked Copying each object in a plot separately as an image Mar 20 comment Computing Ehrhart's polynomial for a convex polytope Thanks whuber. You're right, its not useful in higher dimensions. For my applications, I am having to deal with inequalities having n variables and 2n constraints. Here n ~ 20 to 30 . Also, I had seen that computing the volume of a general polytope is #P-Hard. I am suspecting that computing the coefficients of its Erhart-Polynomial too is hard. But still I am in search of algorithms. I found this software called LattE which seems to be reasonably fast for n=10 . However, I do not know how to invoke commands of this software from within a mathematica notebook or a script. Mar 19 comment Integrating polynomial functions over polytopes with an add-on package This method certainly works well for small number of inequality constraints. However, my application involves more constraints that I think mathematica can handle with the above implementation. Just to confirm that I had taken some time - I had 5 free variables and 10 liner inequalities. When I started the computation on nohup, it ran for a while and said: No More Memory Available, Mathematica Kernel has shut down. Solving the inequalities is the real memory intensive process. I was wondering if I could directly input the vertices of a polytope instead of inequalities, it might be faster. Mar 18 asked Syntax for integrating over limits specified by a Table