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revised Max of imported numerical data will not work
corrected error in code
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31
revised Max of imported numerical data will not work
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revised Max of imported numerical data will not work
Changed first heading
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revised Max of imported numerical data will not work
added "List" to SemanticImport
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revised Max of imported numerical data will not work
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revised Max of imported numerical data will not work
added more code to handle the Plus-Header problem
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answered Max of imported numerical data will not work
Jan
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comment Max of imported numerical data will not work
Could you provide a small sample of your list (eg. myList[[ 1 ;; 10 ]] or by using Short) ?
Jan
30
comment Create an adequate 'training set' to train a ClassifierFunction which performs the role of the built-in `SubsetQ`
First thing to note is that you get three classes instead of two (eg. true, false), because a comma is missing in your list of examples.
Jan
29
comment Constructing an arbitrary dimensional matrix with a certain rule
-1. Pretty much no effort of your own to be seen here.
Jan
29
comment Constructing an arbitrary dimensional matrix with a certain rule
That's the zeroest time I hear about this. ;-)
Jan
29
comment Constructing an arbitrary dimensional matrix with a certain rule
+1. I though that indices for matrices in general start with 1? (Just to start one of those religious discussions... :)
Jan
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comment Constructing an arbitrary dimensional matrix with a certain rule
Is this homework? Why are are using Mathematica for your problem?
Jan
29
revised Applying rules to expressions
giving credit to another thread
Jan
29
revised Generating Tuples with restrictions
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revised Generating Tuples with restrictions
put output in the op's format
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comment Applying rules to expressions
There are subtle differences for HoldForm and Unevaluated which I have not pondered too far. With Unevaluated there is no need for a ReleaseHold.
Jan
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revised Applying rules to expressions
delete ?NumberQ
Jan
29
comment Applying rules to expressions
So you might use Replace[ HoldForm @ expr, n_?NumberQ -> Abs[n], Infinity]//ReleaseHold.
Jan
29
answered Applying rules to expressions