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Feb
27
comment How to use alphabetical autocomplete?
See also: community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/806341
Feb
27
asked How to use alphabetical autocomplete?
Feb
25
comment Distributing PlusMinus consistently
@celtschk I think your definition (the standard one) is more useful, but programming it seems more complicated, since you have to keep track of all the appearances of $\pm$ in an expression and change them consistently. I have no idea how to do that.
Feb
23
comment How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
Actually I didn't understand either, I was just happy it worked. I second @rhermans request for further explanation.
Feb
23
comment How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
Simple and fast!
Feb
23
accepted How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
Feb
23
comment How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
Yes, in the Table form you are missing most rows, that's why the timing is so small I think.
Feb
23
comment How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
@J.M. This works and gives the result that I want. However, for some reason it is very slow for me. Maybe there is a faster way?
Feb
23
comment How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
@J.M. Yes, that is the final representation I want. How do I convert an input sparse matrix to this form?
Feb
23
revised How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
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Feb
23
asked How to convert a sparse matrix to a list of sparse arrays?
Feb
22
accepted Limit the number of processors used by ParallelTable?
Feb
17
awarded  Yearling
Feb
8
revised Random bipartite graphs?
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Feb
6
accepted Why ParallelEvaluate[x = 0; {$KernelID, Dynamic[x]}] returns {{1,x},{2,x}}?
Feb
3
comment Why ParallelEvaluate[x = 0; {$KernelID, Dynamic[x]}] returns {{1,x},{2,x}}?
@JasonB I am doing some computations in each kernel after this, and I want to monitor the value of x in each kernel during the computations.
Feb
3
asked Why ParallelEvaluate[x = 0; {$KernelID, Dynamic[x]}] returns {{1,x},{2,x}}?
Feb
3
accepted Entropy[…] doesn't calculate the entropy of a probability distribution? What does it do?
Feb
3
comment Entropy[…] doesn't calculate the entropy of a probability distribution? What does it do?
@Szabolcs Yes it does. Thanks.
Feb
2
comment Entropy[…] doesn't calculate the entropy of a probability distribution? What does it do?
And what does Entropy do, exactly? That was my original question.