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Sep
19
comment How do I perform the following numerical integration
Well, if it's not inside the integral, you can just simply use NIntegrate[t^m*(t + n)^o*Sin[p t], {t, 0, tb}] and get a number.
Sep
19
comment How do I perform the following numerical integration
I don't see the problem... 1/f(t) is not inside the integral (?)
Sep
12
comment Integrating Squared of Interpolating Function with respect to one variable
Also, you should probably add //Quiet at the end.
Sep
12
answered Integrating Squared of Interpolating Function with respect to one variable
Sep
9
accepted PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
Sep
4
comment PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
I was trying to figure out if Mathematica could handle this type of equations, with the simplest of the examples.
Sep
3
comment PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
Thank you for your answer. So I guess Mathematica's NDSolve can't handle this type of problems automatically (?)
Sep
1
asked PDE with Stefan Conditions, a.k.a variable boundary
Mar
7
accepted Find maximum from NDSolve output
Nov
3
comment Find maximum from NDSolve output
Thank you so much! Now I have to iterate through T to plot a curve of the maxima found and it's taking a year. Would it be possible to make my code run faster? (Should I open a new question for that?)
Nov
3
revised Find maximum from NDSolve output
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Nov
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revised Find maximum from NDSolve output
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Nov
3
asked Find maximum from NDSolve output
Jun
27
accepted ListPlot coloring by density of points
Jun
27
comment ListPlot coloring by density of points
Thank you very much! That's exactly what I wanted.
Jun
27
comment ListPlot coloring by density of points
That's more like I want. A one-dimensional distribution on the circumference.
Jun
27
revised ListPlot coloring by density of points
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Jun
27
comment ListPlot coloring by density of points
Thanks! I used SmoothDensityHistogram[points, ColorFunction -> "Rainbow"]. It's not really what I had in mind, but still does it for me.
Jun
27
asked ListPlot coloring by density of points
Jun
26
awarded  Supporter