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Using Mathematica since version 2.2. Wolfram authorized reseller and trainer in Venezuela. Areas of interest: data processing, visualization, electoral studies, and Ruby on Rails.


Aug
11
comment Exporting data from Excel into Mathematica using clipboard
Yes it works now. Thank you. I had to add the "Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object Library" but it was not in the list so I had to click "Browse" and select "C:\Windows\System32\FM20.DLL" on my Win7 machine.
Aug
8
comment Exporting data from Excel into Mathematica using clipboard
I think the VBA script is not compatible with Excel 2007. The line "Dim ClipBoard As New DataObject" generates this error: "User-defined type not defined". Any ideas?
Aug
8
comment Exporting data from Excel into Mathematica using clipboard
Great answer, but the link for "More information on how to handle your personal.xlsb" is broken.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Mar
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
27
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
10
comment Automatically check student answers in tests
I have a prototype for this. It uses a combination of mathematica and a web server. I'll try to find the time to post my detailed setup.
Oct
1
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
25
comment Detecting grid lines in a raster image
@Murta The originals were taken offline. I am traveling right now, but as soon as I get back I'll look into fixing the .torrent file and let you know.
Sep
14
comment Using Refresh to skip expensive computations
Besides the author, I am using it. I don't know who else, but it works beautifully.
Sep
14
comment Using Refresh to skip expensive computations
This is so useful: 12000.org/my_notes/event_driven_GUI_with_Manipulate/…
Aug
19
revised How do I put a Monitor into CDF?
bug fix in the code. The author forgot the initial Manipulate[ in the second example.
Aug
19
suggested suggested edit on How do I put a Monitor into CDF?
Aug
2
comment Creating simple table
Try with a Grid[] with element (1,1) as "" or Null
Jul
14
revised Span a function across several consecutive elements in a list
Added benchmarking
Jul
13
comment Span a function across several consecutive elements in a list
Ooops! Thank you @Kuba for pointing this out. I have now corrected the problem.
Jul
13
revised Span a function across several consecutive elements in a list
Bug fix. My answer was incomplete.
Jul
13
answered Span a function across several consecutive elements in a list