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comment DiscretizeRegion of ImplicitRegion too small
Thank you I have been away on vacation without a computer, soon I'll be away on vacation with a computer and I will go through the details of your response.
Jun
23
comment DiscretizeRegion of ImplicitRegion too small
I have tried RegionBounds along with ConnectedMeshComponents so I can now get done what I need to do but I would not call it a good solution.
Jun
23
comment DiscretizeRegion of ImplicitRegion too small
I'll try that, but my real problem has a few peeks of the same height that are well separated. Therefore, I may still have the same problem.
Jun
22
asked DiscretizeRegion of ImplicitRegion too small
Mar
21
comment Selective update of mySQL database column
Have you tried using SQLExecute? I find it easier to use because you can just do straight sql commands. I have also used it with Map as you are trying to do here.
Mar
20
answered Strange answer from StringReplace
Mar
2
revised Using StringReplace to make file names
First cut at a usable function
Mar
2
comment Using StringReplace to make file names
I have certainly done that many times before and it works well for a set of plots that are similar and works very well when making an animation for a beamer where I can also have Mathematica write the LaTeX code. But when playing with parameters for plots that have to be manually copied PowerPoint it is nice to have a systematic way of generating human readable file names.
Mar
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asked Using StringReplace to make file names
Feb
12
comment Contract two lists
I have not used it but there is a tensor package called xact
Feb
10
revised Slow NIntegrate over complicated domains (sometimes)
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Feb
10
comment Using FindMinimum with matrix input
Obviously I cannot run your code either but here are some ideas. Make sure that your function is returning a scalar and force your inputs to be numbers. energycoeffs[p_?NumericQ,q_?NumericQ,r_?NumericQ]:=energycoeffs[{{p, 0, 0}, {0, q, 0}, {0, 0, r}}] Then minimize energycoeffs[p,q,r]
Feb
10
revised MeshRegion and BoundaryMeshRegion differences between 10.0.1 and 10.0.2
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Feb
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Feb
8
answered Converting two lists into a list of tuples
Feb
8
revised MeshRegion and BoundaryMeshRegion differences between 10.0.1 and 10.0.2
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Feb
8
revised MeshRegion and BoundaryMeshRegion differences between 10.0.1 and 10.0.2
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Feb
8
asked MeshRegion and BoundaryMeshRegion differences between 10.0.1 and 10.0.2
Jan
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awarded  Informed
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question