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awarded  Mortarboard
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comment Boosting the performance of expensive NIntegrate by feeding in a cheap approximation of the integrand
Have you seen the Method option? Maybe it can help, but I'm not sure it's enough for your case.
Mar
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answered Dealing with numbers too large for machine precision in Graphics
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment How to generally match, unify and merge patterns?
Very interesting. Some time ago I did some simple functions to simplify patterns involving Alternatives but not the Blank.. or Repeated families. I think a PatternUnion would be much simpler than a PatternIntersection (which could complement your PatternMatchQ)
Mar
14
answered Sort per column
Mar
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answered Creating a table/Matrix during a For loop
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answered MapThread gives different results from ToExpression when trying to assign variables from a list
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comment Find variable name from DumpSave on a scoped variable
I would solve it using Block instead Module, besides it, the question is interesting, to see how to work with internal module variables.
Mar
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comment Basic questions about running Mathematica
I think if one needs to work with the terminal, to see graphics one could Export them to png and use any image viewer.
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comment Can SetDelayed (:=) be compiled?
You can define cosfun and kd (why redefine KroneckerDelta?) before with compile and use them in your compiled function without problems.
Mar
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answered Undocumented Dynamic Function question
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comment Undocumented Dynamic Function question
I don't get what's the problem. I think it's working fine. x and g have position value of the slider and cyL[change[x]] the right function value.
Mar
7
revised How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself
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comment How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself
I edited my answer to include yours in my benchmarks, now yours is the winner :).
Mar
7
revised How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself
Added new benchmark
Mar
7
answered How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself