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I recognize this when larger files and/or depending on fileformats. A brute force solution is to increase the size for the java virtual machine, for example `<< JLink`;InstallJava[]; ReinstallJava[JVMArguments -> "-Xmx6144m"];`


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In 11.3 you can do: ExternalEvaluate[session, "JavascriptExecute" -> "return document.documentElement.outerHTML;"] In 12.0 and up, the syntax has change a little bit: session = StartWebSession[]; WebExecute[session, "OpenWebPage" -> "https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/New+York+NY+10017:4:US"] html = WebExecute[ session, "JavascriptExecute"...


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This will work on Mathematica 11.3, and not in 12 as websession[] seems to have changed. Module[ { session = StartExternalSession["WebDriver-Chrome"], iws, chromedo, img, links }, chromedo[cmd_] := ExternalEvaluate[session, cmd]; Pause[1]; iws = ExternalEvaluateWebDriver`Private`websession[]; Pause[1];(*Time to load chrome*) chromedo[ "...


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Here is a fairly stupid workaround to solve the above problem. As suggested by rhermans, we can first obtain the html text of the webpage after it has finished loading: session = StartExternalSession["WebDriver-Chrome"]; ffoxdo[cmd_] := ExternalEvaluate[session, cmd]; iws = ExternalEvaluateWebDriver`Private`websession[]; ffoxdo[ "OpenWebPage" -> "https:/...


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Just for Quandl. You can use Quandl's API guide and customize the data. For example, first download historical data for FaceBook. stDate = "2015-05-31"; endDate = "2017-05-31"; mysymbol = "WIKI/FB"; yourapikey = "..."; (*you need to supply your freely available quandl api key*) data = Import[StringJoin["https://www.quandl.com/api/v3/datasets/", mysymbol, ...


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Some of those transactions contain expressions added to the Wolfram blockchain using BlockchainPut and you see that as noise. Be aware that blockchain functions are tagged as experimental and may change. V12 introduced new blockchain functionalities focused on Bitcoin and Ethereum. You can see use cases here: https://www.wolfram.com/language/12/blockchain/?...


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Currently, BlockchainTransactionData doesn't return that information about the Wolfram blockchain. Note that blockchain functionalities are marked as experimental and that means they can change between releases. Blockchain functions introduced in v12 are more focused on Bitcoin and Ethereum. You can see some examples here: https://www.wolfram.com/language/...


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Is there any interactive tool or function in Mathematica which can serve the purpose? If you click the image (within Mathematica), a toolbar will appear below. You can select a part of the image and create the corresponding mask using the "mask tool".


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Use the second argument of Import to specify the format explicitly, e.g., Import["proton"<>"Dauau1525-401.data", "Table"]


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The problem is with the location of the Now() function. This inserts a Wolfram Language object (the date object) inside the rawReadings list. But the list is further process by parsedata which handles the elements as been ASCii coded intergers. the solution is to extract and remove the date object from the rawReadings list to a separate list (dates1). ...


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Thanks, it works fine. But the following string had to be corrected in my case: "C:\Program Files (x86)\IVI \Foundation\VISA\VisaCom\GlobMgr.dll"] by: "C:\Program Files (x86)\IVI Foundation\VISA\VisaCom\GlobMgr.dll"] And I did not receive a device number, so I guessed 1 and that was the right number.[


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