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accepted How do I numerically solve a custom function?
Nov
14
comment How do I numerically solve a custom function?
Never mind. It seems to work fine now.
Nov
14
comment How do I numerically solve a custom function?
Odd. It seems to work now. I'm not sure what I changed.
Nov
12
comment How do I numerically solve a custom function?
This works, but when I tried to modify it to use a real number (replacing (ArrayQ[#, _, NumericQ] &) with NumberQ) or even a one dimensional array (I just changed the program so it uses one dimensional arrays and set the initial point to one) it started sending variables through again. Also, taking out the ?(ArrayQ[#, _, NumericQ] &) part also resulted in that. Am I modifying it wrong? I need to run these sorts of functions with a real number and a one dimensional array.
Nov
12
comment How do I numerically solve a custom function?
I tested out the programF[x_?NumberQ] thing on a function designed to print out the arguments passed to it. It's still just printing out a variable name. My actual program involves taking a slice of a 3d triple bubble, doing a circular inversion over a point, and taking a circular inversion of one of the borders. It's not something that would work if you tried to just run "x" through it.
Nov
9
comment How do I numerically solve a custom function?
What do I do about passing arrays?
Nov
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asked How do I numerically solve a custom function?