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Jan
19
reviewed Close How to define a real symbolic variable
Jan
18
reviewed Close Integrate a complicated integrand
Jan
18
comment Integrate a complicated integrand
Your syntax is still wrong. Mathematica is case sensitive so integrate should be written with a capital I. Also the last three arguments should be given in a list.
Jan
18
reviewed Close ListPlot3D with the color choosen from another list
Jan
18
reviewed Close ListPlot3D not plotting correctly
Jan
18
comment Excessive memory use by Mathematica kernel in 10.0.2 after executing simple commands
@blochwave I was responding to mr.wizard's claim that one would be a fool if one did not disable the bar (when it is working as designed, of course).
Jan
17
reviewed No Action Needed How to make Lagrange Interpolation
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
comment Excessive memory use by Mathematica kernel in 10.0.2 after executing simple commands
@mr.wizard It doesn't bother me that much. Don't use it often either. It is sometimes useful when playing with graphics and bitmaps. You can disable it on an ad hoc basis if it's really in the way.
Jan
16
comment Excessive memory use by Mathematica kernel in 10.0.2 after executing simple commands
@Mr.Wizard Did you try with suggestion bar on?
Jan
16
comment How would I obtain a list of column names in a Dataset?
@Shredderroy just a rectangular row x column type of dataset, not one of the fancier types that have embedded structures and such. Basically the first category shown under the Applications heading in the documentation.
Jan
16
comment How would I obtain a list of column names in a Dataset?
For a flat dataset Keys acting on the first row should work.
Jan
16
comment How to select a set of cells to cut and paste into another notebook
You can use the modifier keys to select more cells.
Jan
16
reviewed Close Plotting y'[x] vs y[x]
Jan
16
comment Why can I ignore the “imaginary” value from the gain of my system?
I think this may be off-topic because it belongs on another Stackexchange site such as electronics.stackexchange.com
Jan
16
reviewed Reviewed Why can I ignore the “imaginary” value from the gain of my system?
Jan
16
comment Why can I ignore the “imaginary” value from the gain of my system?
This doesn't really look like a question about the software product Mathematica. Are you sure you're posting on the correct site?
Jan
15
reviewed Close How to accumulate elements in a list using Reap and Sow
Jan
15
reviewed Leave Open Manipulate: Play the animation only once and stop
Jan
14
comment All binary sequences with length n
As to the second solution: don't forget IntegerString: With[{n = 8}, IntegerString[#, 2, n] & /@ Range[2^n - 1]]. It's twice as fast.