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What is a good way to import interpolating functions of large size? [duplicate]

I was generating a set of eigenfunctions from a differential equation using NDEigensystem. Because of the computer time cost is too high, I thought it'd be better ...
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Exporting large expression [duplicate]

I generated a huge mathematical expression (~200k terms, impossible to simplify yet) and want to save it for later analysis. Last time I did Export to *.nb file and ...
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What is the distinction between DownValues, UpValues, SubValues, and OwnValues?

When reading through the documentation, you often encounter the phrases DownValues, UpValues, ...
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Functions vs. patterns

Every time I define a new function, I wonder which construct I should use: true functions obtained by using Function, or rule-based syntax. For example, these are ...
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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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File-backed lists/variables for handling large data

Background Currently I am working with some large data (most of it generated by Mathematica itself). I usually find it a hassle to do this. For example, I just exported a large amount of data to ...
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How to save all data in all variables so that loading it is fast?

I've got this CSV file I've imported that has tens of millions of lines in it. It takes around 20 minutes to import. I've been working with it for a while and have the processed data spread out in a ...
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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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How to distribute proprietary Mathematica code

If I want to make package-code completely unreadable, in a way that the end-user can only call my functions, but has no way to re-engineer my definitions, how would I do that? I know I can use ...
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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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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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Find variable name from DumpSave on a scoped variable

I saved an InterpolationFunction in a ".mx" files using DumpSave on a variable that was scoped by a ...
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How can I save and recall my own function?

In MATLAB, I can save and recall my own function using an M-File(function or script) How can I do something similar in Mathematica? I already searched and know how to define functions and modules ...
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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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Save variables values and definition

I used to do a lot of programming in R and recently switched to Mathematica. One thing that bothers me is that I haven't found a way to save variables, their values and definition! Let's look at an ...

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