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Jul
26
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
10
comment How to get the new font in Mathematica 10?
Please use Consolas instead of Courier on Windows
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
9
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
14
awarded  Yearling
Oct
23
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
16
accepted Convert Integer to Real
Oct
16
comment Memory usage of timeseries - lists of {Integer32, Real32}
@Hector I don't, I just load them using BinaryReadList using {Integer32, Real32}. Even if Mathematica uses 64-bit ints/floats, there is still a 6x overhead over C.
Oct
15
asked Convert Integer to Real
Oct
15
comment Memory usage of timeseries - lists of {Integer32, Real32}
I was asking about in memory usage, not on disk. ByteCount[ts] shows 12x overhead
Oct
15
comment Memory usage of timeseries - lists of {Integer32, Real32}
Hmm, the source is UNIX time, but Mathematica seems to convert them to Integer when I use the following function: Epoch[timestamp_] = AbsoluteTime[{1970}] + timestamp
Oct
15
asked Memory usage of timeseries - lists of {Integer32, Real32}
Oct
14
comment How to “explode” a list inside a function call argument list?
Yes, I wanted to avoid to explicitly write Apply
Oct
14
accepted Output cell written with NotebookWrite dissappears on whole notebook evaluation, yet remains if I individually evaluate it
Oct
14
accepted How to “explode” a list inside a function call argument list?
Oct
14
awarded  Commentator
Oct
14
comment How to “explode” a list inside a function call argument list?
@RunnyKine Yep, that was exactly what I was looking for. I read about Sequence and tried using it, but I missed the @@ part
Oct
14
asked How to “explode” a list inside a function call argument list?
Oct
13
asked Output cell written with NotebookWrite dissappears on whole notebook evaluation, yet remains if I individually evaluate it
Oct
13
accepted Is there a way to find out who is importing a package?