Reputation
67,528
Next tag badge:
185/100 score
19/20 answers
Badges
19 189 326
Newest
 Necromancer
Impact
~951k people reached

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
Jun
1
revised Python-style plots in Mathematica
added 990 characters in body
Jun
1
answered Python-style plots in Mathematica
May
22
comment Interpolate/extrapolate a gate charge curve from two different curves
And @Bichoy, I suppose "chit chat" could rub people, especially new users who are unfamiliar with the site, the wrong way. So let's try to avoid that :)
May
22
comment Interpolate/extrapolate a gate charge curve from two different curves
Guys, relax. @ram Bichoy meant no disrespect with that comment. Some community members remove "Thanks" from the body because the Q & A medium doesn't go well with salutations and expressions of gratitude unlike forums/chatrooms/email. I personally don't think it's all that bad to leave a one word "thanks" in the post but I probably have, over the years, removed it during edits and people here generally tend to respect an editor's decision (unless there are compelling reasons to revert). You could always thank the folks who answer the question using comments.
May
19
comment Solving an integral equation numerically
@MarcoB and Elvira: The question is now open.
May
16
awarded  Enlightened
May
16
awarded  Nice Answer
May
15
awarded  Guru
May
11
comment NMinimize works only if expression is pasted directly
@halirutan It is now open.