Reputation
66,120
Next tag badge:
183/100 score
19/20 answers
Badges
19 186 322
Newest
 Guru
Impact
~910k people reached

17h
awarded  Guru
1d
awarded  performance-tuning
Jun
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
23
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
21
comment Any solution to transfer data between Python and Mathematica
You can import MAT files in Mathematica. Have you tried that?
Jun
17
comment Mathematica vs Python - how does it compare to Python's scientific computing suite?
@halirutan sympy
Jun
13
comment What's the function that takes X[Y[z___]] to Y[X[z___]]? (“swap heads”)
In addition to what Yves said, I think OP wanted only the outer two heads to be swapped. So for f[g[f[g[x]]]], the desired output would be g[f[f[g[x]]]] rather than g[f[g[f[x]]]] which this answer returns.
Jun
13
revised Prepare mathematica output to be parsed in Python
added 154 characters in body
Jun
13
comment Prepare mathematica output to be parsed in Python
FortranForm might get you close to what you want. FortranForm[a x^2 + b x + c] gives c + b*x + a*x**2
Jun
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
12
awarded  Announcer
Jun
10
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
5
comment How to speed up import of large csv table?
Related (dupe?): mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/35371/5
Jun
5
comment How to speed up import of large csv table?
Perhaps unpacking? Maybe for files this large, it might be faster to roll your own CSV importer by reading each line (ReadList) and splitting on ,? Or is it phoning home to WRI to convert it into some bs Entity["CSVRowItem", Quantity[1]]?
Jun
3
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
1
comment Python-style plots in Mathematica
@PabloGalindoSalgado There's plenty of good solutions here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/2984/5