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Apr
7
comment Generating an autoregressive time series
@zygimantus it's a dot product reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Dot.html
Apr
3
comment ParallelTable behaves differently when it is run inside a package
Duplicate: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/30817/5
Mar
29
comment Character to replace _ in symbol names?
You can use $the$name$of$my$variable
Mar
14
comment General strategies to write big code in Mathematica?
Done :) @Leonid
Mar
14
comment General strategies to write big code in Mathematica?
This shouldn't be a community wiki... I think you deserve all the points that come with all these answers! Nobody else is going to be able to add to this answer authoritatively, so it really isn't a "wiki"... :D If you would agree, I'll revert the change :)
Mar
12
comment Names disapper when using PlotLegend
Use this answer instead of the PlotLegends package for version 8.0.1. It is not worth the time and trouble to work with the built-in package.
Mar
11
comment Computing and plotting a spectrogram in Mathematica
@TylerDurden This is not a library to support every codec on earth. I was using example data which has a specific format.
Mar
10
comment How to use $\LaTeX$ for typesetting labels and titles in Mathematica
Have you tried MaTeX?
Mar
9
comment Building a classifier for images
What are you trying to classify? What is special about the two classes of images? How separable are the two classes of images? This is a problem with functions like Classify — they promise the world in a black box that can be used unsupervised w/o knowing anything, but it works only when you have infinite memory for it to overfit to every possible combinations of inputs /rant
Mar
8
comment Specifying Options when using Map abbreviated form (“/@”)
Perhaps use With[{minmax = MinMax@f}, ...] so that you're not recomputing the min-max each time (depending on what f is, it could be non-trivial)
Mar
3
comment Do[ ]s and Don't[ ]s when teaching Mathematica in undergraduate courses
Add this in the init.m before starting to learn: Unprotect /@ {For, While}; For = While = Nothing; Protect /@ {For, While}; :D
Mar
3
comment Do[ ]s and Don't[ ]s when teaching Mathematica in undergraduate courses
@J.M. Sure it is, Times[t[],Derivative[1][Don]] :)
Mar
3
comment Do[ ]s and Don't[ ]s when teaching Mathematica in undergraduate courses
Isn't this just another version of the pitfalls question? Is this substantially different from that one?
Feb
25
comment Automatic e-mail/text message when a calculation has finished?
@Olórin That is addressed in the answer... please read it fully. I quote: "You use these buttons by first evaluating (Shift-Enter) all the cells that you want processed and then click the desired button and walk away."
Feb
24
comment Automatic e-mail/text message when a calculation has finished?
@Olórin Can you explain what is confusing about it or what doesn't work for you?
Feb
24
comment Recommended settings for git when using with Mathematica projects?
@Kuba Aha, I think I understand what you mean. Please try git reset after the rm -rf step.
Feb
24
comment Recommended settings for git when using with Mathematica projects?
@Kuba No, there's no need for a git there. While git rm is a command, I don't think -rf is supported. Either way, what we're doing here is emptying the contents of the entire directory so that we can start with a "clean" parent (after the deploy). Note that .git and .gitignore (or any . file in that directory) won't be deleted.
Feb
21
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens Thanks for the feedback. I'll add the \[...] to unicode mapping in the next release :)
Feb
21
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@murray I added a new style that uses colors from the mathematica notebook. You can use it if you install the latest version from here and use \usemintedstyle{mathematicanotebook} in the above example.
Feb
21
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens It should do a little more than the website highlighting because the local variable x in x + Block[{x}, x] should be a different color than the one outside (this is only in the v0.3.0-rc-1 version). Regarding the \[Theta], I have all the ability to do that in the highlighter... the only problem is that I still haven't figured out whether that can be provided as an option via Pygments because not everyone might want to convert their \[...] characters into unicode.