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Oct
12
comment Foreign Keyboards and Mathematica?
I guess the name of your operating system might be relevant.
Oct
12
comment Have I found a bug in the built-in function BezierCurve?
The built-in part of your test should have BezierCurve[pts, SplineDegree -> Length[pts] - 1]. SplineDegree is 3 by default (independently of the datapoint argument).
Oct
12
comment Simple Plot of Vector
Did you generate that gif using just mathematica?
Oct
12
comment Simple Plot of Vector
@yankeefan11 You should use = rather than := when possible. In this case nothing needs to be delayed (:= is named "SetDelayed").
Oct
3
accepted How to disable half-hiding output, when the corresponding input cell is modified
Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Sep
8
asked How to disable half-hiding output, when the corresponding input cell is modified
Sep
5
revised Fitting composed model to experimental data
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Sep
5
revised Fitting composed model to experimental data
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Sep
5
revised Fitting composed model to experimental data
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Sep
5
answered Fitting composed model to experimental data
Sep
3
comment Numerically integrating solution obtained from NDSolve method
Evaluate[sum] gives number if you use diff[x_] := (u[x] - vE[x])*(u[x] - vE[x])/.s. Then NIntegrate[diff[x], {x, W*d/L, 1 - W*d/L}] works too. The current problem for your NIntegrate is that - has lower precedence than /., which you can easily check out by selecting the code click by click
Sep
3
comment How to efficiently select element in a list of lists?
Pick[data, Sign[data[[All, 2]] - constant], -1]
Aug
29
comment Why does a certain CSV file import properly into LibreOffice but not into Mathematica 10.0?
Did you try Import["file_exported_from_LibreOffice.csv"]
Aug
29
comment Menu item “Interrupt Evaluation…” missing in V10
alt + , still works on v10 win 7
Aug
22
accepted How to tell NDSolve about known relations of the exact solution
Aug
21
comment How to tell NDSolve about known relations of the exact solution
I don't understand how that is useful. When the order of the equation system is reduced to 3, how would I know what the sign of the Sqrt is? It's needed for both y'[t] and x''[t], so only x'[t]and k[t] is available to determine it, which I believe is impossible?!
Aug
21
revised How to tell NDSolve about known relations of the exact solution
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Aug
21
asked How to tell NDSolve about known relations of the exact solution
Aug
9
asked Problem with grid alignment