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Feb
6
revised MeshRefinementFunction missing points
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Feb
6
comment Fitting a curve to an image object: not a superellipse, not an egg curve.. what else?
@Stefano I have downloaded them. Thanks.
Feb
5
revised MeshRefinementFunction missing points
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Feb
5
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Feb
5
answered MeshRefinementFunction missing points
Feb
5
comment MeshRefinementFunction missing points
I have tried your code on Mathematica 10.3.1 (on the Web, on "Wolfram Developement Platform") without the mesh refinement and it works. If I add the mesh refinement, the result is exactly the same. This new problem is due to an error in your code (this time). The correct syntax is myMesh = ToElementMesh[DiscretizeRegion[myRegion, MeshRefinementFunction -> meshRefine], "ImproveBoundaryPosition" -> True]; myMesh["Wireframe"["MeshElementStyle" -> FaceForm[White]]]. Now I see the problem that you describes wich is the object of you question.
Feb
5
comment MeshRefinementFunction missing points
It doesn't work even without the mesh refinement (the modified code is myMesh = ToElementMesh[DiscretizeRegion@myRegion]; myMesh["Wireframe"["MeshElementStyle" -> FaceForm[White]]]). I must leave. be back in 1 hour.
Feb
5
comment MeshRefinementFunction missing points
It seems that there is a problem with your code. I have tried It, but after I launch the cell myMesh=ToElementMesh..., Mathematica is hanging. No error/warning message. I have aborded the calculations after 15 minutes. (my machine : I7, Mathematica 10.0)
Feb
5
comment How to refer a number in a list with two columns, first one is a number and the second one is empty?
simply DeleteCases[list, {_,}]
Feb
4
revised How can I solve a 3D heat transfer partial differential equation?
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Feb
3
comment HDF5 file managing for dummies
There is an error in what you have written. I have just played with hdf5 and mma and the doc is not easy to understand. The correct synthax is importedelemets = Import["path/to/file.h5", {"Datasets",#} ] &/@ elemlist; : The elements given by Import["...h5"] are not directly usable as 2nd argument of Import. (the hdf5 file is coming from a Agilent-Keysight oscilloscope).
Feb
3
comment Import vs ReadList CSV file with Currency Values
I have found that simply Import["shoes_revenue.csv"]alone is 2 times faster than your best solution, and the result is the same. There is something I don't understand at all
Feb
3
comment Transposing a table
Simply : TableForm[Transpose @ {qList, nfList, tdList, tlList, tpList}, TableHeadings -> Reverse @{{"Volume Flux", "Number Flux", "Target Density", "Target Length (cylinder approx)", "Total # Particles Vented to LAPD"}, {"100Psi", "200Psi", "300Psi", "400Psi", "500Psi", "600Psi", "700Psi"}}]
Feb
2
revised Importing CSV with multiline text fields
one sentence added : "This solution has not been tried on large files."
Feb
2
comment Import vs ReadList CSV file with Currency Values
@Athanassios You mean ReadList, not ReadLine
Feb
2
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Feb
2
comment Import vs ReadList CSV file with Currency Values
@Jason B It would be already very interesting to have a solution with ReadList that gives directly {51217,779,Soft Cushion,5/7/2014,11/7/2014,"$2,400"}, that is to say that has solved the problem of the comma. Do you really have something ?
Feb
2
comment Import vs ReadList CSV file with Currency Values
I understand that you want to use ReadList, and I have understood that that's probably meaningfull for big files. Nevertheless, the OP of this question looks for a solution with ReadList for the same reasons as you. I'm afraid that the problem in fact is that there no solution with ReadList (or may be doing a preprocessing of the file as SquareOne suggests)
Feb
2
comment Import vs ReadList CSV file with Currency Values
Duplicate Here ?
Feb
1
comment Is the free Mathematica Trial Version a full version?
In the trial version I have tested (version 8, I think), I couldn't export anything, not only figures.