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Oct
28
accepted A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
Oct
28
answered A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
Oct
24
comment A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
@Square1 Thank you, that seems to indeed resolve the issue which is a definite bug then. With regard to overhead it also seems to pays off to use DateList-form to generate a DateRanges and then Map DateObject to the result.
Oct
24
comment How can I plot a list of 1-D data along the x-axis?
If you do not want to show the data development over time you might consider Histogram[ data, number of data points ] which will also show the outliers that might be hidden in Plot-derivatices?
Oct
24
revised A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
Added some clarifying examples and type setting.
Oct
24
comment A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
I have not loaded anything consciously besides starting Mma 10. Note, that the code (as shown) will work on my machine without any problems at first; the problem will arise after some time only.
Oct
24
asked A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
Oct
2
comment Building up functions from data
args = Map[ ToExpression[# <> "_"] &, myList]; f[Sequence@@args] := Evaluate[ First@args[[1]] ] seems to do the job also.
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
comment Using a different version of R with RLink on Windows 7
@Szabolcs That works fine as I just tested following your post. I seems to be an issue with releases 3.x.x of R as this thread indicates maybe: RLink and R v3.0.1?
Dec
22
comment RLink and R v3.0.1?
I have just installed R Version 3.0.2 and then tried to Install that version using InstallR["RHomeLocation" -> "C:\\Program Files\\R"] only to get the following error message: InstallR::nopaclet: Could not find RLink runtime installed. Please use RLinkResourcesInstall to install it>>. Is that (still) the same issue?
Dec
22
comment Using a different version of R with RLink on Windows 7
Unfortunately for some reason that solution does not work on my machine with Windows 7. I had just installed R from a mirror site and given the proposed InstallR["RHomeLocation" -> "C:\\Program Files\\R"] only to receive the follwing error message: InstallR::nopaclet: Could not find RLink runtime installed. Please use RLinkResourcesInstall to install it. How can that be?
Dec
20
awarded  Informed
Dec
19
comment Keep data in memory inside a notebook without having to evaluate it again
You might take a look at the option SaveDefinitions->True with Manipulate or at DynamicModule as these should address your problem.
Dec
18
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
25
accepted How can multiple null terminated strings be handled in a DLL-function result?
Nov
25
comment How can multiple null terminated strings be handled in a DLL-function result?
Thanks a lot, Todd, that pretty much looks like THE answer to the problem. For completeness I will also point out a solution using the DLL function "vensim_get_substring" which Ventana posted on the Vensim Forum: vensim.com/documentation/index.html?26210.htm
Nov
22
asked How can multiple null terminated strings be handled in a DLL-function result?
May
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awarded  Critic