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Nov
24
revised Unexpected behavior using FromDigits to reconstruct polynomial
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Nov
24
answered Unexpected behavior using FromDigits to reconstruct polynomial
Nov
24
comment prime number greater than 100
This question appears to be off-topic because it does not concern mathematica. by the way 121 is not prime and not divisable by 2,3,5,7.
Nov
22
comment For loop with MapIndexed and If
imagine how much grief could be avoided by improving that "times is protected" message...
Nov
21
answered Symbolic versus numeric sum (is there an inconsistency?)
Nov
21
comment Symbolic versus numeric sum (is there an inconsistency?)
try putting Ceiling[n/2] in both.. (cant test here)
Nov
21
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
Nov
21
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
Nov
20
comment How to abort silently?
If you are aborting for time see TimeConstrained, where a ; does suppress the $Aborted message/result.
Nov
20
revised How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
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Nov
20
revised How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
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Nov
20
answered How to plot curves in ternary plot (triangular plot)
Nov
20
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 .. )
Nov
20
answered working with notebooks ('looping' a notebook and storing the results of each step in another notebook)
Nov
20
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.
Nov
20
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
Nov
20
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.
Nov
20
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/….
Nov
20
revised ReadList can't read “.csv” data with correct line number?
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Nov
20
revised ReadList can't read “.csv” data with correct line number?
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