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May
7
answered Combinatorics: Placed errors
May
3
comment How to define the step size in plotting some graph in mathematica?
To obtain fixed stepsize, stick to ListPlot[Table[{t, %}, {t, 0, T, T/(steps+1)}]]. Plot has options: PlotPoints and MaxRecursions to control the mesh
Apr
28
comment Elegant way to drop rest of a string at the occurence of a character
First[StringCases["ahfiehfke$jfwfjejf0", ___ ~~ "$", 1]]
Apr
27
comment Mathematica 10.1 availability
@GordonCoale I chatted with the customer support today and they told me its free only for those who upgraded 15 February or later
Apr
27
answered Generate a list
Apr
27
comment How to speed up a system simulation?
@OleksandrR. You are right and I'm confused. Do you understand why (model1[{x1_, x2_, x3_}] := #) &[generater[parameters]] exhibit the same scoping problem?
Apr
27
answered How to speed up a system simulation?
Apr
27
comment Generate a list
How do you mean that?
Apr
3
comment How can I get the exact value minimum of this function?
@Taiki Yes, thank you
Apr
3
revised How can I get the exact value minimum of this function?
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Apr
3
answered How can I get the exact value minimum of this function?
Apr
1
revised Sum over Binomials and Gammas
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Apr
1
comment Sum over Binomials and Gammas
@SjoerdC.deVries The simplified function is actually wrong when k<0. For q<0 it should just be 0, so thats not hard to modify
Apr
1
revised Sum over Binomials and Gammas
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Apr
1
answered Sum over Binomials and Gammas
Mar
31
answered Filling a matrix with a list of lists
Feb
9
answered Inefficient NIntegrate and Which
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?