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Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
Noticed. However, it seems to entail a lot of trouble with mathematica commands that sound so foreign to me to just export the simplest of data cases. Wow. Sorry but I've been extremely frust. with mathematica's lack of easy export capabilities.
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
No, not in excel. I was only wondering if I could extract data. The reason I want to is that I have literally 100s of cases that I run in mathematica and I can't extract the data out of mathematica. So if I need some data I don't have, I need to re-run my simulations which is quite the pain in the rear.
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
Export didn't take care of the curly brackets for me. I am thinking of writing a bash script to do that.
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
YOu weren't rude at all! I'll look into this. I am doing so right now. However, my interpolating function thingy is 6MB or more for my problem and I am having a tough time loading it and extracting data from it. Lots of curly brackets I don't know what to do with. And then there is the matter of how should I read this data? Which is X, Y and Z?
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
Ummm... there are a lot of curly brackets. How should I go about getting rid of all the curly brackets?
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
@YvesKlett Hi! I included a copy of my code in a link in the post. I've had to do that as I had a lot of trouble formatting code for SE! Hope this helps!
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
@YvesKlett HOW must I extract data, is the question. DumpSave didn't help. ONe person thinks I should use export. I'll try that soon.
Aug
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comment Interpreting the interpolating function and saving data to plot with external program
@rcollyer I wish to do this (export data) because I am not a big fan of mathematica's Plot functions. When I say, "read", I mean, how is the data laid out? Should I look at it columnwise/rowwise?
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Aug
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comment Integro-differential equation
Ahmad says that y is a function of x and t. Why does the integral show it to be a function of u? So u is a function of x and perhaps t?
Aug
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comment Closing front end from within
Done! :) Hopefully I won't run into too many issues. But obv. I'd still be interested in the front end tokens
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comment Closing front end from within
@ruebenko Hi, check edit 4. I think I figured it out.
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Seems to be an error in the mathematica file. I'll try to work on it and put it up again!
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comment Closing front end from within
@ruebenko I am sorry but your comment was very cryptic. What does "regular FE" mean? Also, I changed a couple things. I included hSol[x_?NumericQ, y_?NumericQ, t_?NumericQ] = h /. NDSolve[{Bo, \[Epsilon], K1, \[Delta], Bi, m, ... and got a bunch of other errors. Edit 3.
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