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Dec
13
comment Export different simulation parameters and results to same file
@image_doctor, Not sure I understand in which case PutAppend would be better than OpenAppend or viceversa, but I'll try with both to find out. Thanks for your help!
Dec
13
comment Export different simulation parameters and results to same file
I knew there had to be a simple way to do this. Thanks @Szabolcs!
Dec
13
comment Export different simulation parameters and results to same file
That does look very helpful. I will give it a shot. Thank you!
Dec
4
comment Sort matrix by columns and rows without changing them
I knew about Part, but Ordering was new for me. Thanks @Mr.Wizard!
Dec
4
comment Sort matrix by columns and rows without changing them
Thanks @b.gatessucks! This one works well too.
Nov
27
comment Are table headings functional?
I had never seen these functions either. I will read up on Options too. Thanks @Jens, I really appreciate it!
Nov
27
comment Are table headings functional?
Thank you @whuber! I am still very new at this and I didn't know one could use //Fullform inspect functions.
Nov
26
comment How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
That is immensely helpful! Thank you!
Nov
25
comment Saving variables from nested function
Thank you Mr. Wizard! That was what I was trying to do.
Nov
25
comment Saving variables from nested function
Indeed, I am sure I still misunderstand several other basic things as well, but thank you for clarifying and pointing me in the right direction!
Nov
24
comment How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
Thanks David! I will give this approach a shot as well!
Nov
23
comment How to generate and draw simple bipartite graphs?
Thanks VLC! That is definitely helpful, but what if I dont want to manually type out the links and the coordinates? I vary the amount of vertices on each side, and the connections are randomly generated from trial to trial. As you can tell, I am new at this... Thanks again for your help!