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comment Manipulate executes twice
@MichaelE2 thanks, much tidier this way :)
6h
comment Theory => practice: constructing a function “functionally”
I realize this is not the point of your question, but you might want to look at RSolve, which may be able to derive a closed form solution for you.
18h
comment Solving recursion equation with two parameters
You can just skip the initial conditions and Mathematica will specify them. In this case, it doesn't find a solution so there may not be one. Are you sure there should be one?
1d
comment Porting Module from one version of Mathematica and platform to another
@Mr.Wizard Thanks. It was not intended to be rude, but re-reading it I can imagine it can be read as such. I merely wanted to indicate that the above problem is a very nice illustration of the reasons behind the rule not to start with a capital letter. This must have been said in comments at least 100 times.
2d
comment How to subset datasets in Mathematica 10
@ChenStatsYu If m is a matrix that would be m[[All,1;;3]]. You're selecting rows instead of columns.
2d
comment Porting Module from one version of Mathematica and platform to another
This error would have been prevented if you had followed the very common advice not to start your symbol names with capital letters.
2d
comment How to build a bvh player in Mathematica?
You probably did not copy all of the code or you're not using version 10 (although there is a test on the latter in the code)
2d
comment DeleteMissing issues
That and this. I guess I should really be shutting down that bar now.
Jan
29
comment How to prevent tiny complex errors in Integrate?
Perhaps because these are not full answers? See also, meta.mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/1457/…
Jan
29
comment how can I manage the characters encoding of retun value from FetchURLWithHeaders?
I asked for the URL (or an equivalent one) in question so that I could test the character encoding. A generic URL won't help in this.
Jan
29
comment ParametricPlot and PlotLegends don't seem to cooperate
@Mr.Wizard I have no installation of v10 at a release lower than 10.0.1. It works correctly there.
Jan
28
comment Unable to start the front-end
It looks like you're starting the kernel and not the frontend. What is the name of the executable that you start?
Jan
28
comment how can I manage the characters encoding of retun value from FetchURLWithHeaders?
In an earlier question you mention using version 9. How come you're using v8 now?
Jan
28
comment how can I manage the characters encoding of retun value from FetchURLWithHeaders?
If you're targeting a specific version you should mention that in the question. Anyway, could you try FetchURL with its option "RequestHeaderFields" set to the value mentioned above for "Headers"? Also, still waiting for an example URL.
Jan
27
comment How to query W|A, to get a list of asymmetric, bicubic and $3$-edge colorable graphs?
@draks It's not edge transitive, so it's not symmetric.
Jan
27
comment how can I manage the characters encoding of retun value from FetchURLWithHeaders?
You could try URLFetch with the option "Headers" -> {"Content-Type" -> "text/html;charset=utf-8"}. Could you provide an example URL to test with?
Jan
27
comment how can I manage the characters encoding of retun value from FetchURLWithHeaders?
Utilities`URLTools`FetchURLWithHeaders is an older, undocumented function. Have you tried URLFetch instead? The "SCH����NHEYDER" string can not be turn into the original as the � character (65533) is used to replace an incoming character whose value is unknown or unrepresentable in Unicode. So, the original value is lost.
Jan
27
comment How to query W|A, to get a list of asymmetric, bicubic and $3$-edge colorable graphs?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about using the Wolfram|Alpha site without involving Mathematica.
Jan
27
comment How to query W|A, to get a list of asymmetric, bicubic and $3$-edge colorable graphs?
community.wolfram.com/content?curTag=wolfram%20alpha
Jan
27
comment How to query W|A, to get a list of asymmetric, bicubic and $3$-edge colorable graphs?
Is this question about how to query W|A from within Mathematica or using the site/app? The latter is explicitly off-topic here.