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Nov
15
reviewed Approve Can symbols like + or * be used to denote the Plus and Times functions?
Nov
15
revised Can symbols like + or * be used to denote the Plus and Times functions?
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Nov
15
comment Can symbols like + or * be used to denote the Plus and Times functions?
It's more terse functional style.
Nov
15
comment Can symbols like + or * be used to denote the Plus and Times functions?
Its more functional style.
Nov
15
answered Can symbols like + or * be used to denote the Plus and Times functions?
Nov
9
comment precision and speed inefficiency issues of Nearest function with sqrt expression
What is the question?
Nov
9
revised Infinity::indet: Indeterminate expression 0. ComplexInfinity encountered
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Nov
9
comment Infinity::indet: Indeterminate expression 0. ComplexInfinity encountered
Please format your code, using multiple lines and four spaces before each line of code.
Nov
9
reviewed Approve discrete Fourier transform
Nov
9
comment Solving matrix PDE with a range of free parameters
You're welcome, this was fun. I've made a few changes to my answer since I had the arguments to the ParametricFunction reversed.
Nov
9
revised Solving matrix PDE with a range of free parameters
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revised Solving matrix PDE with a range of free parameters
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Nov
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Nov
9
reviewed Approve How to see controllers response?
Nov
8
revised Solving matrix PDE with a range of free parameters
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Nov
8
answered Solving matrix PDE with a range of free parameters
Nov
8
comment Update or Animate an ArrayPlot or MatrixPlot?
@Veena right, this is why i chose that particular x Cos[x] function, so that there were no jumps in the function. I'm not sure what you can do if your data don't line up, and you require a smooth transition across boundaries.
Nov
8
revised Estimated Variance in LinearModelFit
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Nov
8
comment Trying to model a system of differential equations for outbreaks
@xCanaan You're welcome. For a lark, you might want to plot p[t] (which you can get by summing the solutions $s(t) + e(t) + i(t) + r(t)$ just to make sure that the quantity is conserved. It should (numerically) be a horizontal line. Significant deviations would indicate that you need to change methods, e.g. use Method -> "BDF" For some particular parameters and infectious disease models, the equations are remarkably stiff.
Nov
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