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comment How to efficiently import videos
Have you installed ffmpeg via Homebrew?see description in GitHub.
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accepted How to round tick line ends in the plots
Sep
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accepted Get name of hidden inbuilt functions (like Ticks drawing)
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Get name of hidden inbuilt functions (like Ticks drawing)
@rcollyer thanks! This is was the underlying reason for the question. To know the general answer would be very interesting, though
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asked Get name of hidden inbuilt functions (like Ticks drawing)
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asked How to round tick line ends in the plots
Jun
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comment in v9, backspace causes cell to become section style
Why does "Input" gets transformed into "Subsection" when pressing backspace? I thought there should be a backspace entry under StyleKeyMapping.
Jun
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comment in v9, backspace causes cell to become section style
Did anyone figure out how to disable this feature? I agree with QuantumDot - it is very irritating.
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comment How to efficiently import videos
BTW, seeking is still very slow using ffmpeg - do you have an idea how to speed it up?
May
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comment How to efficiently import videos
@Öskå, I just updated the package for RGB support.
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answered How to efficiently import videos
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awarded  Scholar
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comment NDSolve runs out of memory
Alternative is to subsample the solution - this will use far less memory. See mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/46679/…
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accepted NDSolve - sampling for result during the computation
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awarded  Yearling
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comment NDSolve - sampling for result during the computation
It is a simple 1D Molecular Dynamics model for free diffusion
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awarded  Editor
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comment NDSolve - sampling for result during the computation
Hi, the 'values' variable is used to store parameters k1 and k2. I do not trust the automatic solvers of Mathematica because 'R[t]' is not a continuos function. For me $t \sim 1$ is a long time behaviour. The problem presented here has a damping of momentum (second term) that happens on the timescale of $10^{-9}$. The momentum has to relax from thermal kicks obtained from 'R[t]' term. For this reason I am using constant time sampling.