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Jul
19
accepted What are the Slot Names in a Dataset?
Jul
19
comment What are the Slot Names in a Dataset?
@Karsten7. Thanks, that does it. If you had put this as an answer, then I would be happy to close the question.
Jul
19
revised What are the Slot Names in a Dataset?
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Jul
19
asked What are the Slot Names in a Dataset?
Jul
13
comment Dataset with no members
@TaliesinBeynon Thanks for your reply. I gathered that you are the author of this code. I'm really happy about this functionality, especially the ability to have data sets inside of data sets (relations inside of relations).
Jul
13
accepted Dataset with no members
Jul
12
comment Why does FindFit seem to have trouble fitting exponential data?
@RahulNarain I believe that FindFit minimizes, e.g. the least squares error, whereas NonlinearModelFit maximizes the value of the parameter values with respect to a likelihood function.
Jul
12
revised Dataset with no members
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Jul
11
asked Dataset with no members
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
15
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
2
accepted Is Mathematica an Implementation of the Wolfram Language?
Nov
27
awarded  Good Question
Nov
22
comment Is Mathematica an Implementation of the Wolfram Language?
@halirutan now i get it. :-)
Nov
21
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
21
asked Is Mathematica an Implementation of the Wolfram Language?
Sep
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
30
comment How to send a function definition to MathLink from C/C++?
@Szabolcs I haven't been able to figure out how to round trip from C (I will keep trying.) Agreed, it will be a big performance hit over C or Fortran RNG, but if the RNG for exotic (or novel) distributions is not available, then Mathematica should be acceptable for an ad hoc RNG for development purposes. (Of course you know this, just letting you know that I know :-)
Aug
26
comment How to send a function definition to MathLink from C/C++?
@Szabolcs one reason to call Mathematica from C is if the C code already exists (and is kind of complicated to build/refactor). I have a case now where I wish I could shoe horn in Mathematica's random number generators into the C program, and I would be off to the races.
Aug
26
comment Write C/C++ programs calling Mathematica functions
If you could point me to the specific page that demonstrates the "round trip" in C that you have shown in Java, then I would be happy to eat crow. What I see on the Mathlink documentation is very high-level.