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revised Join data imported in different variables
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revised Improve speed of evaluating a sum over four indices
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answered Assigning values to variables with subscripts
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answered Join data imported in different variables
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reviewed Reviewed measure theory : Lebesgue measure
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revised NonlinearModelFit errors and precision
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comment Tidy form of numbers with errors using ScientificForm
@bbgodfrey. But I really, really want readers to be able see all the special characters needed to get the formatting to look right. I think that's a very important feature of the answer.
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comment Tidy form of numbers with errors using ScientificForm
@bbgodfrey. Yes, that is an artifact of copy and paste. The code as written in the original notebook doesn't have the problem. If I removed the line break between the last two lines of the Module above, copy and paste would work fine, but the answer would be harder to read. What to do? :-)
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answered Limit of Nested Radical $\sqrt{1+\sqrt[2!]{2^2+\sqrt[3!]{3^3+…}}}$
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revised Limit of Nested Radical $\sqrt{1+\sqrt[2!]{2^2+\sqrt[3!]{3^3+…}}}$
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revised Dataset vs an association of associations
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revised What function generates random numbers in a compiled function?
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revised Multiplying three matrices does not give expected form
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comment Tidy form of numbers with errors using ScientificForm
@Mr.Wizard. I think I have fixed it.
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revised Tidy form of numbers with errors using ScientificForm
Corrected error in algorithm
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revised Tidy form of numbers with errors using ScientificForm
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answered Tidy form of numbers with errors using ScientificForm
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revised Need help with the Lagrange multiplier method
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revised Need help with the Lagrange multiplier method
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