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Apr
23
reviewed Close Help with interactive plot?
Apr
23
comment Making axis numbers larger on Mathematica plot
Related (and useful): mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/3247/5
Apr
23
comment Finding Local Minima / Maxima in Noisy Data
Is the noise really uniformly distributed or was that just an arbitrary choice? Would it be reasonable to assume Gaussian distribution?
Apr
23
revised Making axis numbers larger on Mathematica plot
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Apr
23
reviewed Approve Making axis numbers larger on Mathematica plot
Apr
23
comment Going full functional (Haskell style)
Related: Currying with Mathematica
Apr
23
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
22
comment How often does Mathematica contact its license server?
Thanks, I'll wait for it! :)
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Matrix echelon/upper diagonal form
Apr
22
reviewed Leave Open Cannot save file
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Why the difference?
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Can I force a function to quit and return some value after a certain amount of time has passed during its evaluation?
Apr
21
comment How do I define the domain of a function?
f[x_?Positive, y_?Positive] := ...
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Why is FindInstance failing when I relax a set of constraints?
Apr
21
comment What is the best way to save a large graph object, allowing it to be reloaded quickly in a new kernel?
@Szabolcs Interesting... I did not know that about Export/Import and .mx files. I typically use DumpSave and Get with a dedicated internal variable and a wrapper function in my packages i.e. something like save[file_, var_] := Block[{$var}, DumpSave[file, $var = var];] and load[file_] := Block[{$var} = Get@file]. Oh well... I'll probably keep them the way they are, since it works.
Apr
20
answered How to sum over a List
Apr
20
comment How often does Mathematica contact its license server?
Is there any way to force the front end to accept a revalidated license? I work on the bus ride back home (till the kernel bails out on me) and continue at home once I have internet access (which validates the license). I've found that once the front end decides to switch into the free CDF mode, there is no making it go back. Any open notebooks continue to be notebooks (with the kernel working), but new ones are launched as CDFs. This is extremely annoying, because I have to then close all my other notebooks and reopen them just so I can get 1 more new notebook...
Apr
19
revised FeynCalc “May shadow or be shadowed by other definitions”
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Apr
19
comment FeynCalc “May shadow or be shadowed by other definitions”
Possible duplicate of: How to load a package without naming conflicts and Why are some function names red?
Apr
19
revised ReplacePart inside For loop
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