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Can I store output data in the Notebook file? Specifically output from NDSolve[ ]

I am having some outputs from NDSolve of the form {{x→InterpolatingFunction[…], y→InterpolatingFunction, … }} and the ...
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Most efficient method for export/import of non-traditional tensor-style dimensions of matrices/tables/lists-of-lists-of-lists(-of lists)?

Hello World! (I did it for my first answer, so it only feels proper...I'm not nostalgic, you are!) OKAY, here we go! Let's start off with the good-stuff, here's my code, made relatively arbitrary, ...
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How to use external Mathematica Code? [duplicate]

I have a Mathematica Notebook with a function that i would like to be able to access from another Notebook without having to have the first Notebook open. The functions calls other functions in the ...
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Saving data inside a notebook so that I don't have to run it again?

Piggybacking on this, I am somehow not fully convinced that I can't save data generated by a calculation in a mathematica file so that when I re-launch said file, I wouldn't have to run my ...
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Using data of a compiled code in future [duplicate]

I have run a huge amount of code to find a 9 by 9 matrix called A. I want to use elements of this matrix in future when I open the Mathematica again. Is it possible? How can I do that? An step by step ...
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How do I save/export a list so that it can later be easily imported as a list again?

I have a couple of big lists (each of them contains elements that are themselves lists of two elements, i.e. an element of each list that I have is of the form {x, y}) that I want to save/export. ...
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DumpSave a variable in Do loop [duplicate]

I have the following code: ...
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DumpSave for the forgetful

A few weeks ago I created a big matrix, and in order not to have to recreate it, I stored it using DumpSave["file.mx", variable]. Now I want to read it back in and ...
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Simply save a polynomial to a text file, with a symbol change I->%i and w/o NumberMarks

I must be really missing something here because I've tried many things on this link: How do I save a variable or function definition to a file? but still wind up with something I don't want. I have ...
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When to use Get vs Needs

When should I use << vs Needs? I just always use Needs as ...
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Is there a way to generate graphs without vizualization for simulation purposes?

I'm doing a lot of simulation runs of graphs in order to compare the simulated data with the data of a real world network (links among websites), according to my calculations I have to run close to a ...
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Export mathematical expressions for further reuse [duplicate]

I am dealing with a program with Mathematica where I compute expressions that take a very long time to compute. I need these results for further computation and/or display. I would like not to have to ...
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Determining what symbols are defined in a DumpSave / .mx file [duplicate]

Against my better judgement, and in the interest of speedy I/O, I've decided to use .mx files for a project - limitations and all. I'm dealing with a few gigabyte-...
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Exporting and reimporting a list of lists changes the dimensions

Could anyone explain to me what in the world is going on here and please help me in reading in dummy.dat properly? ...
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Mathematica: issues storing nested list on disk

having trouble with mathematica using nested lists. I want to save a list like this: l1={{a1,{a,b,c,d,e}},{a2,{f,g,h,i}}} So, the nested components do not have ...

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