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How to store an InterpolatingFunction? [duplicate]

Assume I have obtained an InterpolatingFunction, say, as the result of solving of a differential equation, say, this one: ...
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Saving an XMLObject imported inside a notebook [duplicate]

In a notebook, I import an XMLObject from a html file with this code line : XMLData = Import["Z:/XXX/XXX/XXX.mw", "XML"]; In order to have all the data in the ...
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Keep data in memory inside a notebook without having to evaluate it again [duplicate]

I have a notebook that calculates some data in a relatively large time so I want to keep these data saved inside the notebook without recalculate them every time I open the notebook. I know I can ...
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Saving the data that was used to generate ListLinePlot in notebook? [duplicate]

I periodically summarize my experiments by copying best-looking ListLinePlots into a new notebook and saving it to Wolfram Cloud. What is a good approach to also ...
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Save experimental data within notebook. Is it possible? [duplicate]

I'm trying to use Mathematica for all my scientific needs as much as I can, so I can learn. When I want to plot my experimental data using Mathematica, I've been Import[] and plot data sets. However, ...
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.nb file containing large data is not saved correctly [duplicate]

I created a large list of real numbers and saved it to Tes.nb Tes = Sort[RandomReal[{-7., 7.}, 1000000]] But I noticed the size of Tes.nb file was merely 10 KB. ...
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How do I save a variable or function definition to a file?

Is it possible to save a function which was created via Interpolation of some data in such a way that I can use this function in a new Mathematica session without ...
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Saving Mathematica kernel state?

If I save a notebook, I only save what I see. That is, if I close Mathematica and reopen the notebook later, all previous calculations are lost, except for those things I've output. Now I know that ...
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Implementing a safe ValueQ that does not evaluate its argument

Mathematica has a built-in function ValueQ. Quoting the docs, ValueQ[expr] gives True if a ...
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Are persistent variable values after the kernel is stopped possible?

Is there a way to make values of variables persistent even after the kernel is stopped? Example, if I were to set up a list for which I append new list items (such as a check ledger, as a basic ...
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Storing data in the Notebook in readable form

The common problem in my work is a need to import some experimental data to work with. This means that my notebook depends on some external files which makes it difficult to share it with others and ...
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Making data persistent, as in xmgrace

I've been using xmgrace for quite a long time as my favorite solution for scientific data manipulation and plotting. These data often come from home-made fortran programs, in the form of, e.g., a ...
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Capturing an F1

I teach an Intro to Mathematica course, and one of the things I try to reinforce early on is just how helpful Mathematica's help is. In the very first lab for the course, I even give the students a ...
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How can I make an invisible Cell?

Notebooks have a Visible option, but Cell // Options doesn't mention any equivalent for <...
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Backward compatibility issues while DumpSaving Interpolation polynomials

I have bkwrd compatibility issues when I save my NDSolve result (which is an interpolating polynomia) using DumpSave from Mathematica 8 on Windows 7 and then try ...

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