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reviewed Leave Open Minimizing a function with a constant $l > 0$
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reviewed Close Module function corrupts string?
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comment Module function corrupts string?
+1 @TraceKira This code is much more idiomatic and easily readable by anyone who is familiar with Mathematica. This style of programming is also much more efficient in Mathematica, as I've tried to illustrate in my edit.
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Dec
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comment Minimizing a function with a constant $l > 0$
@B.Lee An accept is ample and you're welcome. Maybe Beli could bounty it, as he has 64K these days. :)
Dec
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answered Minimizing a function with a constant $l > 0$
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comment Graphs Plotting Discontinuous
Much faster, in fact! I actually considered that but didn't try it as I figured it would be very slow as Eigenvalues is evaluated with each and every step. Evidently, the list Root objects take longer to evaluate than Eigenvalues, which might very well be evaluated numerically in this context. Looks worth a +1!
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comment Graphs Plotting Discontinuous
But now, all the plots are the same color. Worse, the standard tricks involving Evaluate, With, or the Evaluated option all bring the discontinuities back, as Chop applied to non-numeric expressions just returns the expressions. I was only able to resolve this by generating the data and using ListPlot.
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comment Accessing Reduce from DSolve
Seems so simple - thanks!
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comment Getting errors when I try to evaluate code taken from Trott's Mathematica Guidebook for Graphics
Have a look at mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/20912/…
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comment Graphics3D not rendering Ball as a filled object
@m_goldberg Show[{DiscretizeRegion[Ball[],{{0,1},{0,1},{0,1}}],Graphics3D[Sphere[]]}] works fine for me. I really don't understand your object to the answer at all. Regardless, the assertion that it's not relevant seems patently false.
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comment Graphics3D not rendering Ball as a filled object
@m_goldberg Well, you asked if it was a bug. I replied "this is a minor bug" with explanation as to why I consider it to be minor and suggested a workaround.
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comment StreamPlot for Bifurcation Diagram
@Stephen I'm glad you found the code useful! It sounds like you might need to incorporate a SaveDefinitions option into your code, if you want the dynamic content to work when you open the notebook. It's hard to say for sure, though, without seeing your code.