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revised How to pick out specific parts of the solution of a differential equation efficiently?
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answered How to pick out specific parts of the solution of a differential equation efficiently?
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comment Distributing elements across a list of lists
@Mr.Wizard “We are all failures- at least the best of us are.” I am always looking for more and more of this madness of yours! Keep running fast like those quasars :-)
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comment Distributing elements across a list of lists
you are spending a lot of time out here ;) +1
Aug
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comment Strange NSum behavior
@Artes This gives probably wrong result as you can cross check exp = Sum[(i + 1)/(i + 2) LegendreP[i, 0] LegendreP[i, 0], {i, 0, k}]; exp /. k -> 30000 // N with the result your code gives!
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comment Strange NSum behavior
But see here SumConvergence[(i + 1)/(i + 2) LegendreP[i, 0] LegendreP[i, 0], i, Assumptions -> Element[i, Integers] && Mod[i, 2] == 0]!
Aug
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comment Exporting summation of interpolating functions to excel
You are welcome. The trick if you are new with Mathematica is be persistent and do not loose hope quickly!
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revised Exporting summation of interpolating functions to excel
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answered Exporting summation of interpolating functions to excel
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comment Exporting summation of interpolating functions to excel
Seems to be a duplicate of mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/19507/…
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revised Keeping vertexcoordinates after adding a new vertex
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answered Keeping vertexcoordinates after adding a new vertex
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comment How do I plot a histogram with hatched shading?
This twice thing of Show forced me to do this!
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comment How do I plot a histogram with hatched shading?
@rcollyer Thx! TThough the Show based solution is simpler I thought of trying this solution.
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answered How do I plot a histogram with hatched shading?