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Dec
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comment Attributes with Pattern test
FYI this is discussed in the Possible Issues section of the PatternTest documentation
Dec
29
comment Map level inconsistencies with Missing values
The easiest solution will be to replace Missing[] with something atomic like Indeterminate or "missing". Fundamentally Missing[] has a depth of 2 and you are getting the expected result.
Dec
29
answered How to recover “pretty” format after split?
Dec
29
reviewed Close Phase in discrete Fourier transformation
Dec
29
reviewed Leave Open How can I define geographic regions and new entities?
Dec
29
reviewed Close FindPeaks “expecting an image”
Dec
29
comment How can I avoid using a For-loop in my code?
As from 10.3 we can also use LessThan[6] instead of the pure function.
Dec
29
comment NSolve didn't get the answer for my equations within 24 hours
The question states that wa and wb are probabilities, therefore real and in the range 0-1. It might be helpful to eliminate the non-compliant solutions in your answer.
Dec
28
comment Why isn't Options[] finding all options?
You are seeing all the options of the Graphics expression returned by evaluating Plot.
Dec
28
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28
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Dec
23
reviewed Close How to calculate the pseudo-remainder and pseudo-quotient of one multivariable polynomial withrespect to one mutivariable polynomias set
Dec
23
reviewed Close How to plot the solution of a function while varying a parameter
Dec
23
reviewed Close Fitting a vector-valued model using Mathematica
Dec
23
comment How to correct the name of axis?
The problem is that axis labels for 3D graphics are placed near the centre of the axis. In fact in your plot the axis running from left to right that "z" and "x" both appear to be sitting on, is the y axis. You can see this by adding AxesStyle -> {Red,Green,Blue} to the options.
Dec
23
comment Tracking coordinates
If you check the documentation for Nearest you will see that it has a syntax for specifying a maximum radius. The rest of the post reads more like a list of user requirements than a question, so I'm voting to close as out-of-scope.
Dec
22
comment Error message when using a compiled function in NSum
Processing and issuing the warning message has a cost, of course. With Quiet as shown by Jason the message is suppressed and NSum is much faster. When I said you could ignore the warning, I meant that the result would be correct. If it's important to save that fraction of a second then don't ignore it.
Dec
22
comment Error message when using a compiled function in NSum
I get the same as Jason - NSum is about 20 times faster than Sum
Dec
22
reviewed Approve LatticeReduce of a linearly dependent basis
Dec
22
comment Error message when using a compiled function in NSum
While it's a different warning the cause is the same as in the duplicate question - symbolic evaluation of the summand. You can ignore the warning, but if it bothers you use NSum[Hold@test[n],{n,1,10}] or create a wrapper function for test which only lets through the correct type of argument e.g. test2[n_Integer]:=test[n]