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Jan
18
comment Autocomplete not working with tab key on Mathematica 10.3 Linux
I can confirm the same thing happens on Linux Mint. I can add that the usual Shift+Alt+), Shift+Alt+} are not working. The only one working is Alt+]. However there are no problems in Windows 10! Could this be a general linux issue?
Jan
14
comment I need to multiply a series of matrices
I completely missed UpTo! I will give this a try definitely!
Jan
14
comment I need to multiply a series of matrices
I tried that and unfortunately it only works if the number of matrices is a power of 2. If not, Partition will drop the elements that it cannot pair and you end up with the wrong result...
Jan
14
comment I need to multiply a series of matrices
I know what you mean. I don't want to hijack this thread thou. I was just curious if parallelization was possible.
Jan
14
comment I need to multiply a series of matrices
doesn't that mean that there is some truncating going on? i need this product to calculate the transmission coefficient through multi layers and I might end up with artefacts.
Jan
14
comment cantor set intervals
This is another cool method to get the Cantor set, however I think the limit on my machine is around 22 so that's that! I will try to limit my application to these values. At 20 there are a lot of intervals to use!
Jan
14
comment I need to multiply a series of matrices
is there a way to parallelize this? I have a similar problem where I need to multiply a lot of 2x2 matrices in a list. I used your method and there doesn't seem to be a difference between that and using a Do loop to multiply them. This method is more elegant but not faster.
Jan
12
comment cantor set intervals
I like the spawn function although I don't fully understand it, however I haven't managed to get cantor[25] to calculate. Not in 100 seconds! I will use a smaller value. Thank you for your help!
Jan
12
comment cantor set intervals
sorry for the delayed reaction but I had to drop this for a bit. I gave your solution a try today but I get this error: "List or SparseArray or StructuredArray expected at position 1 in MinMax[Interval[{0,1}]]." I think this is because Interval doesn't give you a list! That was the problem with my initial approach. I had to transform the interval in a list somehow.
Jan
6
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May
27
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May
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May
27
answered naturalcolor stylesheet not working between linux and windows
May
27
answered Relative paths for portable notebooks in Mathematica
Oct
18
comment using memoization with conditional statement
I have tried that, after seeing your and ybeltukov's answer (how do you reference a name?) but it doesn't seem to be what I am looking for (see the updated post!)
Oct
18
revised using memoization with conditional statement
updated progress
Oct
18
asked using memoization with conditional statement
Sep
25
comment naturalcolor stylesheet not working between linux and windows
I managed to fix this problem (get around it rather!) by resetting my notebook to the default style sheet in windows and save the notebook. Then I opened it in Linux which worked correctly and there I switched to the NaturalColor style sheet. Saved again then opened in windows. Worked fine, except for an error that the NaturalColour.nb could not be found at the path that is saved in the linux version. Therefore I think a more permanent fix would be to copy the stylesheet file in the notebook dir. This way, windows and linux will be searching in the same path.
Aug
20
comment naturalcolor stylesheet not working between linux and windows
It seems that nobody stumbled on this problem and I can't figure out how to solve it.
Aug
14
comment naturalcolor stylesheet not working between linux and windows
I have updated the original post to include the output of the function from the post suggested by @hieron