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reviewed Close Mathematica won't evaluate expressions
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answered Rounded rectangle with color gradient
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comment How to visualize .data files?
According to this the MITgcm .data files contain binary data. You can read them with BinaryRead, though you will need to understand the file format to interpret the data properly. According to that link there are matlab scripts included with MITgcm which read the output files. You could examine those scripts and write a Mathematica version.
Feb
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comment I want to compute the derivative of Black and Scholes option
Don't use underscores in variable names, don't use built-in symbols like Value as variable names, use Rule (entered as ->) not RightArrow for rules.
Feb
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answered Partitioning a list when the cumulative sum exceeds 1
Feb
6
comment how to plot many curves for different values of a certain parameter
This is covered in the Basic Examples section of the Plot documentation.
Feb
6
comment Evaluation of Alternatives
Great answer. This kind of insight from the inside is really valuable to those of us trying to understand the system from the outside! IMO it would be a good idea to include this inconsistency as a "Possible Issue" in the documentation for Flat or Alternatives.
Feb
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revised How to get the analytical solution of this equation set
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Feb
6
answered How to get the analytical solution of this equation set
Feb
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answered Why a part of this expression, similar to another, is left unchanged?
Feb
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comment Why a part of this expression, similar to another, is left unchanged?
A simpler example is a + b + c + d /. {a + b -> 1, c + d -> 2}
Feb
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comment Possible memory leak in FindMinimum? (MMA v10.0)
With Mathematica 10.3.1 on Windows 10 the memory usage returns to its original value (to within <1MB) following the Clear[f]
Feb
5
comment Out of range red glow on inter-dependant sliders in manipulate
Why not just add A = Min[A, Which[f < 0, 0.5, f >= 0, 1]]; or equivalent before the Plot?
Feb
3
comment using Map to apply 2 lists to the LCM function - help
LOL. I wondered if you were just determined to use Map as specified in the question title...
Feb
3
comment using Map to apply 2 lists to the LCM function - help
Why not just Outer[LCM[37, ##] &, list1, list2] ?
Feb
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comment Efficiently generating tuples with Outer
Your approach with Outer will work if you specify Nothing as the third argument of If
Feb
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answered Reverse element in nested list
Feb
3
comment Using functions in Solve
Your control input is wrong - you have squared only the denominator of i[x] instead of the whole thing. Replace (86 - 4*x^2)/4^2 with ((86 - 4*x^2)/4)^2
Feb
2
comment Prevent Dynamic from behaving dynamically until notebook evaluated
@bbgodfrey, SaveDefinitions adds the definition a = {1, 2} to the Initialization option of the DynamicModule (add //ToBoxes to the end of my code to see this). This code gets run when the dynamic stuff is first displayed, so it is just as if you evaluated a = {1, 2} in the normal way.
Feb
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answered Prevent Dynamic from behaving dynamically until notebook evaluated