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comment Question on L'hopital Rule
This question appears to be off-topic because it shows no effert, and does not concern tne software mathematica
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comment For loop with MapIndexed and If
imagine how much grief could be avoided by improving that "times is protected" message...
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answered Symbolic versus numeric sum (is there an inconsistency?)
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comment Symbolic versus numeric sum (is there an inconsistency?)
try putting Ceiling[n/2] in both.. (cant test here)
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comment Symbolic versus numeric sum (is there an inconsistency?)
try with even n. i suspect that n/2 is a problem for the analytic soluton
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comment Is it possible to draw really thin lines in Mathematica?
python has no built in plot. you ought to specify what module you are using
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comment How to abort silently?
If you are aborting for time see TimeConstrained, where a ; does suppress the $Aborted message/result.
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revised How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
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revised How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
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answered How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
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comment How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
Your example seems to have no solutions, by the way. ( I think you need sc<1 .. )
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answered working with notebooks ('looping' a notebook and storing the results of each step in another notebook)
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comment working with notebooks ('looping' a notebook and storing the results of each step in another notebook)
that's what I meant by "if you must": if its really too much trouble to convert a notebook to a properly structured form you can use NotebookEvaluate to repeatedly evaluate the whole thing.
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comment working with notebooks ('looping' a notebook and storing the results of each step in another notebook)
automated evaluation of whole notebooks is not the usual way of working with mathematica. Better to simply use a loop construct. reference.wolfram.com/language/guide/LoopingConstructs.html
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comment How to check if a line segment intersects with a polygon?
relevant : mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/51391/…. Note for non-convex polygons the point-inside test is only useful if you find one end in and one out.
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comment working with notebooks ('looping' a notebook and storing the results of each step in another notebook)
If you must loop over a (multiple cell ) notebook see here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/50570/….
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revised ReadList can't read “.csv” data with correct line number?
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revised ReadList can't read “.csv” data with correct line number?
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answered ReadList can't read “.csv” data with correct line number?
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comment Writing a script in Mathematica like .m files of Matlab
you can of course evaluate an entire notebook (menu option or ctrl-a;shift-enter), or select groups of cells to evaluate. That might be all you are after..