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May
14
comment Is there a way to update Workbench 2.0 to recognize Mathematica 9, 10 and 10.1 functions?
Cloud Development may be a solution for some developers - development tools may be fairly good here. In my case - due to contractual concerns on security,intellectual property concerns and a serious obligation to protect data and privacy with real consequences for violation, Cloud Development is a complete non-starter. There is still a real need for stand-alone development.
May
14
comment Is there a way to update Workbench 2.0 to recognize Mathematica 9, 10 and 10.1 functions?
I have obtained a copy of the Workbench 3.0 Beta - it appears to be the same package (Build 78) that I received a number of months ago. There were a number of issues with Build 78 - but on-the-whole, it could be used. I does not appear that any development on WB is happening.
May
13
comment Is there a way to update Workbench 2.0 to recognize Mathematica 9, 10 and 10.1 functions?
I have the Workbench 3.0 Build 78 Beta. This was usable but started running into problems with Project files becoming corrupt and could no longer debug or edit files. Has there been an update since build 78?
May
12
revised Is there a way to update Workbench 2.0 to recognize Mathematica 9, 10 and 10.1 functions?
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asked Is there a way to update Workbench 2.0 to recognize Mathematica 9, 10 and 10.1 functions?
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May
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accepted Is it possible to return a list of variable values set by Manipulate?
May
11
asked “Choose a Mathlink program to launch” after upgrading from 10.0.2 to 10.1
May
6
comment Is it possible to use FormObjects and FormFunction in a stand-alone notebook?
pvanbijen - Thank you very much! This is very useful !
May
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accepted Is it possible to use FormObjects and FormFunction in a stand-alone notebook?
May
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asked Is it possible to use FormObjects and FormFunction in a stand-alone notebook?
May
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comment Is it possible to return a list of variable values set by Manipulate?
Hi @m_goldberg, I wonder if there is a way to call the Paste Snapshot could be called programmatically. The reason being that many of the end-users will be running this via a CDF and will not be seasoned Mathematica users. If I could make save variables updated in Manipulate to a list available outside of the manipulate, that would be ideal.
May
1
comment Is it possible to return a list of variable values set by Manipulate?
Hi m_goldberg - I have posted an example. In the example, I would like to obtain a Dataset of values changed during a Manipulate session. In the example I would like to return the treatmentSpecRow Dataset from EKSWaveFormControl[] when the Update button is clicked. This will be one of several controls in a complex computation that can be somewhat time consuming. I would like to let users set parameters in multiple controls, take all of the control settings and start the run with parameters from multiple controls.
May
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revised Is it possible to return a list of variable values set by Manipulate?
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revised Is it possible to return a list of variable values set by Manipulate?
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asked Is it possible to return a list of variable values set by Manipulate?
Apr
30
answered Is it possible to sum the results of a Map - Apply?
Apr
30
comment Is it possible to sum the results of a Map - Apply?
I have fleshed out the code snippet to show activeSegments and EFieldxComponents and the call I am using to create a Table.
Apr
30
revised Is it possible to sum the results of a Map - Apply?
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Apr
30
comment Is it possible to sum the results of a Map - Apply?
Thanks David - I will try that. (Still trying to figure out how to wrap a Map around the Apply so that it iterates over activeSegments).