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Dec
25
comment Why won't something print with desired precision in a while loop?
Hard to say why without a MWE. It could be a bug, but hard to know. I tried this on 10.3.1 and it works: Print[N[Pi, 100]]. Can't you make a small example to show the problem? I just also add there might not be enough precision in the number itself.
Dec
24
comment Saved InterpolatingFunction behaving badly
is the m file so large that you can't simply post the relevant plain source code here? myself do not download attachment from strange web sites.
Dec
24
comment Saved InterpolatingFunction behaving badly
may be it is a bug. But to be able to make sure, someone needs to see your input file there.
Dec
24
comment Bug: Wrong results from NSolve on coupled polynomials. WorkingPrecision->Automatic fails
To send bug report, email support@wolfram.com, make sure you have self contained example of the problem in there and system specs.
Dec
24
comment Bug: Wrong results from NSolve on coupled polynomials. WorkingPrecision->Automatic fails
But I think the result, from same code, run on 2 different OS's should be the same. Changing WorkingPrecision -> 100 to make the result the same is really a workaround. For me, same code should give same output. Period. Else I would say it is a bug. But I am not an expert on this.
Dec
24
comment Bug: Wrong results from NSolve on coupled polynomials. WorkingPrecision->Automatic fails
I would think it is a bug. We have two different results on two different versions. One of them must be wrong :)
Dec
24
comment Bug: Wrong results from NSolve on coupled polynomials. WorkingPrecision->Automatic fails
I get the result shown in the post. windows 7, 10.3.1. screen shot: !Mathematica graphics and !Mathematica graphics
Dec
23
comment How to calculate the pseudo-remainder and pseudo-quotient of two multivariate polynomials
using Subscript makes the code very hard to read. I do not see what is the fascination with Subscripts really.
Dec
23
comment Using a standalone CDF to replace a typical graphing calculator
Here is a PocketCalculator at the demo site. One way you can do what you want without text input field, is to use pop-up menu and have pre-selected functions to choose from.
Dec
23
comment Using a standalone CDF to replace a typical graphing calculator
Yes it is possible. Any one can run any CDF, by using the player. But the free player do not allow non-numeric input in the input field. InputField as a control the user can type in a function into the field so this will not be possible. You'd need the pro CDF. Here is the chart how-player-pro-compares Look for the Keyboard entry to text fields entry. This requires the EnterpriseCDF version.
Dec
22
comment Two-step web data submission
It was not clear to me that you meant to use Mathematica for what you are doing, since I saw no Mathematica code posted and saw only HTML and Javascript. But that is fine. May be someone would know how to do this in Mathematica.
Dec
22
comment Two-step web data submission
I have the feeling you have posted this to the wrong forum. This forum is about the Wolfram Mathematica language, not Ajax and Javascript.
Dec
21
comment Plotting two functions - one all the way to one point and other from that point on
I think you need to use Piecewise but do not know W/ALpha myself.
Dec
21
comment Solve equations and express with specific varible
it is better to post the actual Mathematica plain source code you used. Also _ can't be used in variable names.
Dec
19
comment Initializing FinancialData indices … never finishes
@Karsten7. When I installed 10.3.1 I removed 10.3, so I do not know if it worked or not in 10.3 now.
Dec
18
comment Looking for an extensive gallery of Mathematica's 2D graphics
I always found Trott Graphics book for Mathematica impressive. (even though I do not understand most of the code there as it is too advanced for me) library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Books/5352 also Graphica 1 if you have it. It has amazing Mathematica Graphics, also by same author.
Dec
18
comment NDSolve divide-by-zero trouble
@SunilS. I do not know how Maple solved it, but here is the solution it gives. There is no numerical anything. it solved the analytical ode. Not numerical. The plots seems similar to what in the above answer: !Mathematica graphics here is plain text of the solution of the ODE itself. 1+5*n(r)^(12/5)*r^4+(-2*r^4-4*r^3)*n(r)^2 = 0 so it is non-linear in n(r)
Dec
18
comment NDSolve divide-by-zero trouble
good solution you managed to get it. Maple does actually solve this analytically for same initial condition, and I get the same plot as you show. The solution n(r) it gives is in terms of a complicated non-linear function in n(r)
Dec
12
comment Display the list of complex roots returned by Solve in their polar form
see how-can-i-convert-a-complex-number-into-an-exponent-form example !Mathematica graphics
Dec
12
comment How can I pass arguments to Module without being reinterpreted each time they appear inside it?
@SimonWoods yes! I definitely missed that they are different types. This explains the difference in performance.