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Oct
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awarded  Enlightened
Oct
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
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comment Remove all “not equal” clauses from an expression
Rule/RuleDelayed have SequenceHold, so no need to use ## &[]--you can just as well write Sequence[]. I do prefer replacing it with True, though, particularly as this cannot introduce problems when the expression is only subjected to partial evaluation.
Sep
28
answered SingularValueDecomposition outputs unsolved Root expressions
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
19
awarded  Generalist
Sep
11
reviewed Leave Open reconstruct a 3D curve from discrete curvature and torsion
Sep
11
reviewed Close ListLinePlot of data imported from an Excel file
Sep
11
reviewed Leave Open How to obtain the GIF by Mathematica?
Sep
11
reviewed Close Where to see all Mathematica units
Sep
4
comment Mathematica and System Modeler licensing per year or forever?
If the licence expiration date is not shown, it means there is none, i.e. you have a perpetual licence.
Sep
4
comment Mathematica and System Modeler licensing per year or forever?
Well, the licences for the kernel and front-end are (or can be) different, and these are listed on the "Kernel" and "Front end" tabs. Licence expiration date is about 5cm down from the top of the window on these tabs in case you still have difficulty finding it.
Sep
4
comment Mathematica and System Modeler licensing per year or forever?
I don't know anything about SystemModeler since I don't have it. However, you can check the Mathematica licence expiration date in Help|About|System information.
Aug
22
reviewed Close Computing 10-dimensional volume of a 9-sphere
Aug
22
reviewed Close May I restrict caching to disk when memory runs low?
Aug
22
comment May I restrict caching to disk when memory runs low?
You may have to be patient, but normally Windows does not actually freeze when this happens. If you can stand to wait for a few minutes (possibly up to 10), it's a better alternative than switching off the computer. Obviously it's better still to prevent this situation occurring in the first place, but that's not always possible.
Aug
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awarded  Guru
Aug
5
answered Which Distributions can be Compiled using RandomVariate
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comment GUI->Text code conversion
Could you please explain what is "GUI based code" and "text user interface code"? I have been using Mathematica for over 10 years and never came across these terms before.