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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
16
comment Automatic Cuda/CPU code; Fast programme run
Hard to say. As for 1) blog.wolfram.com/2011/12/07/… or mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/29349/…
Jun
9
answered I have the roots; how can I find an equation that they will satisfy?
Jun
9
comment Relative performance of the Julia language
What exactly is the question? This is a Q&A site after all...
Jun
8
comment Numerical simulation - getting slower the more data I have
Actually ConstantArray[{0.,0.,0.},len] would probably be better to prealocate
Jun
4
reviewed Approve How to create breathing wall effect?
Jun
2
revised How to force 2+2=5
added 235 characters in body
Jun
2
answered How to force 2+2=5
May
22
comment Whats Mathematica exactly is?
It's exactly a pattern rewriting engine:)
Apr
23
answered alignment of plots
Apr
18
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
10
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
5
comment Organizing Code
But the answer is: yes, switch to packages and to Work Bench and your life will become easier.
Mar
16
awarded  Yearling
Mar
4
comment Generating high quality charts in Mathematica for use in LaTeX and Word
The problem is that export to wmf and emf is hopelessly broken for any reasonably complex graphics. I usually just export to PNG as well (but I scale up the text and line thickness).
Mar
3
comment For loop in Mathematica
Seems like backslashes were eaten up somewhere...
Feb
27
comment Parallel optimization of Markov Chain Monte Carlo
A wild guess: the interpolation function is not properly distributed.
Feb
25
comment Using an ellipse as a threshold for Nearest function
Hmm, what about a tilted ellipse? I guess one would multiply the data by the inverse matrix representing the rotation and scaling...
Feb
20
comment Ticks in ListLogPlot using LevelScheme
You'll get better answers if you post a small self contained snippet of code demonstrating your problem.
Feb
19
comment Why does $Failed have attribute HoldAll?
@LeonidShifrin Hehe, I remember that a lot of your posts end with "I will change/improve/revisit this soon":) That's why I agree with beli 100%. I would also recommend to post the comment as an answer. The hypothetical more knowledgable people can either post their own answer or improve your own.