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accepted GUI and Dynamic update problems
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comment GUI and Dynamic update problems
Thank you. Yes I did see that Pause message but because I thought 3 was a number I was rather confused.
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asked GUI and Dynamic update problems
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asked Slow NIntegrate over complicated domains (sometimes)
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comment WebServices context problem
Writing WSDL or a full SOAP wrapper falls outside of my skill set (and attention span). I was hoping to use these services as a quick test to other work I'm doing. Thanks for your help
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revised WebServices context problem
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revised WebServices context problem
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comment WebServices context problem
Thank you but still no luck? If you are also testing make sure that you call each function at least twice because there is an order in which both work. This was also the order I ran the first time giving me false hope
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Adding a Sphere onto an existing 3D plot
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asked WebServices context problem
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accepted How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
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comment How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
OK it has been 24 hours
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comment How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
Thank you for the advice I will toggle the answer for 24 hours. Also thank you for the edit. How did you turn \Pi in the real symbol?
Aug
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comment How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
Thank you I had tried many combos with With but I missed that one thank you.
Aug
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comment How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
In the code as shown in the post I do not get any errors. Early on I was playing with the rank which gave me similar errors. I then found that 1 worked which makes since because xi is a vector. I get no indication that what is returned is not compiled, like the error text proceeding with uncompiled evaluation. implies. If I just evaluate funFunc I get CompiledFunction[...stuff..] as expected. Everything works it is just no faster.
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comment How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
I just want to add a link to an excellent package that provides a lot of $n$-space support Obtuse Package (I just need some more speed!)
Aug
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asked How can I speed up my compiled function that is returned by another function?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Exporting large png results in completely black image
Your noteboook worked for me in Mathematica 9.0 but not in Mathematica 8.0. OpenSuse Linux 12.2 Mathematica 9.0; Linux 3.4.47-2.38-desktop x86_64 GNU/Linux