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Feb
15
comment How to calculate scalar curvature Ricci tensor and Christoffel symbols in Mathematica?
Wouldn't it be better to use n=Length[g] instead of n=4? This helps generalize the package to more dimensions.
Feb
15
comment How do I define a tensor from another tensor with summations?
All right then, I'll let it stay. I might post a basic answer, adapted from that other question you mentioned. Thanks!
Feb
15
comment How do I define a tensor from another tensor with summations?
Actually, yes that answer has everything I wanted. I'll delete this question :)
Feb
15
comment How do I define a tensor from another tensor with summations?
The definitions are not correct, and yes that's what I will try to implement eventually. For now, I was just trying to do some basic tensor math.
Feb
15
asked How do I define a tensor from another tensor with summations?
Nov
20
accepted How do I get Nsolve to work with hyperbolic functions?
Nov
19
asked How do I get Nsolve to work with hyperbolic functions?
Nov
15
comment Integral of Lorentzian yields different results depending on when parameter assigments are made
I found a bug! :)
Nov
15
asked Integral of Lorentzian yields different results depending on when parameter assigments are made
Nov
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
6
comment How to I get a nutrition facts chart from WolframAlpha?
If you can figure out a way to use this, and include TimeConstraint, that'd be the ideal solution. I tried WolframAlpha[query, {{"NutritionLabelMultiplePlus", 1}, "Content"}, TimeConstraint -> 600], but that doesn't work.
Sep
6
comment How to I get a nutrition facts chart from WolframAlpha?
This also didn't work for me. Using your code results in the following message: "Wolfram|Alpha doesn't know how to interpret your input."
Sep
5
asked How to I get a nutrition facts chart from WolframAlpha?
Jul
3
accepted How can I generate a generalized product to two lists in a special way?
Jul
3
revised How can I generate a generalized product to two lists in a special way?
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Jul
3
comment How can I generate a generalized product to two lists in a special way?
@rm-rf I have now!
Jul
3
revised How can I generate a generalized product to two lists in a special way?
specific example added
Jul
3
asked How can I generate a generalized product to two lists in a special way?
Jul
1
comment Convert list of lists to cumulative join
@rm-rf Yup, looks almost exactly the same, I only realized it after I posted..
Jul
1
revised Convert list of lists to cumulative join
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