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May
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comment Mathematica 10.1.0.0 (OS X) high CPU usage even for empty notebook
I emailed support and got the patched version. Indeed it fixed the problem.
May
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comment Importing large data without using Import
@george2079 Thanks!
May
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revised Importing large data without using Import
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comment Importing large data without using Import
Does someone know how to put a backquote inside backquotes? I can't get just one backquote to show up for Needs["Developer`"] when inside backquotes.
May
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answered Importing large data without using Import
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May
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comment Mathematica 10.1.0.0 (OS X) high CPU usage even for empty notebook
Not just Core 2 Duo. I see it on my Core i7 (I7-3667U). Mathematica pegs one core at 100% immediately upon launch, without even starting up a kernel.
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Mar
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answered How to plot a function and data at the same time?
Mar
17
comment Slow evaluation of NIntegrate when used as a pure function
You do in fact need more terms for smaller c to get the same accuracy, so that is expected. The 2 is from your taxis, which multiplies the Range[1023].
Mar
15
revised Slow evaluation of NIntegrate when used as a pure function
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15
revised Slow evaluation of NIntegrate when used as a pure function
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Mar
15
comment Slow evaluation of NIntegrate when used as a pure function
What is the range of possible $d$ values?