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Mar
20
comment Monotone, periodic 1d-interpolation with continuous 1st order derivative
Thx! @b.gatessucks edited..
Jan
28
comment Using the string Match with options!
Try this Select[s, StringMatchQ[#, ___ ~~ "red" ~~ ___] &]!!
Jan
28
comment Selecting values over lists for discrete inputs in NDSolve
I guess Controller[t_?NumericQ]:=.. should solve the issue!
Jan
13
comment What is the largest system of PDE you have solved with Mathematica?
I will suggest that you show us the system of PDEs for say two molecules. Provide us the formulation for the general case of n molecules. I guess then with a small example system being presented in your question suggestions here will be more fruitful to you.
Jan
6
comment Web Browsing Automation with Mathematica
@Arnoud Buzing Can you provide a minimal example of how to use Execute[] to run some javascript? I can find this function in the WebUnit source code. There is no documentation so I am asking you here.
Nov
7
comment BSpline or other curve through arbitrary ordered sequence of two-dimensional points
This two links can help you mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/26893/… and mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/60619/…
Oct
24
comment graph of the Cantor set in Mathematica
Check here demonstrations.wolfram.com/CantorSet
Oct
10
comment what to do when NSolve does not solve
After observing the plot you can numerically solve the equation using FindRoot[f[x] == 0, {x, #}] & /@ {-0, 6} in this case. Also look at the interesting answers here mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/5663/…
Sep
30
comment How to build a bvh (a motion capture file format) player in Mathematica?
Great job (+1)! However in section example result using parseBrackets@parse@tokenize@bvhHierarchy /. expr -> Sequence /. parseBrackets[a : ___] -> a I do not get a list like yours but something inside a Sequence. I guess there is some typo in the code u pasted. In its current form using the above code I cant reproduce your results in V9 or V10.
Sep
17
comment Mathematica 10 Graph issue
@SjoerdC.deVries Not a good news for us then :( Hope some other buggy things are repaired, that came along with the long awaited V 10.
Aug
27
comment Fredholm integral equation of the second kind with kernel containing Bessel and Struve functions
Sorry! I do not know answer to your symbolic parameter question. I used Plot3D[Kpart[s, t],{s,-1,1},{t,-1,1},PlotPoints-> 40] to plot the kernel.
Aug
26
comment Fredholm integral equation of the second kind with kernel containing Bessel and Struve functions
@EvaPlevri I am afraid symbolic A will not fit here.
Aug
25
comment Integral equation numerical solution with NDSolve
@belisarius Done! Thx for notifying though..:)
Aug
21
comment To inscribe a circle in a given triangle
Nice V10 demonstration of a new functionality +1.
Jul
29
comment Mathematica 10 Graph issue
@RunnyKine I totally agree. That :( was meant to describe my mood six hours ago...As the hours passed by I am enjoying my time with the new characters of V10...lots of new functionalities to catch up with :)
Jul
29
comment Mathematica 10 Graph issue
@RunnyKine Actually before posting this I have checked, without the ; as you have done works in my machine with win 8.1 and MMA 10. I also think this is a bug. Very annoying actually as this was my first few lines of code while trying version 10 for the first time :(
Apr
11
comment Connecting to a SQL Server Instance
Did you try "Name"->"XYZ_Database"? To me databasename = "XYZ_Database" does not look like a correct syntax..
Feb
25
comment Connecting to Raspberry Pi's Wolfram Language kernel from a PC's Mathematica front end
@bills That is so much true for me too!! My MMA plate is not finished and I am always greedy for new items...we all are human after all...
Feb
24
comment Fast way to extract data from a list
Compile can also speed up the creation a lot...but be careful with large integer handling!
Feb
5
comment Circle detection using invariance kernels
@holistic To get help for this kind of "where to even begin" type problem it should be original compared to already existing similar answers in this forum. If you little search this forum you will find many image feature detection related questions and plenty of them have excellent answers to help you with THE start.