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What computer would be fastest for Mathematica Home Edition?

It is right, you can run only two Mathematica kernels at once in the Home Edition. But whether this is an actual limitation (and whether you should prefer a CPU with high single-core throughput) ...
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Query inside Dynamic triggers continuous high CPU load for FE

A quick fix is to add TrackedSymbols :> {searchstring} to the Dynamic. But at the end it is just another example from a ...
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Query inside Dynamic triggers continuous high CPU load for FE

You may use the TrackedSymbols option on either DynamicModule or Dynamic. From the comments ...
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Mathematica on Surface Pro X (ARM64)?

Mathematica does not currently support Windows on ARM. The system requirements are here: https://www.wolfram.com/mathematica/system-requirements.html In addition to what is listed on the systems ...
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Optimal parallelization on Apple Silicon

There are several reasons why parallelization does not scale. Memory bandwidth bottlenecks are one of them (see my comment above). However, I don't think that this problem is really memory bound. I ...
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Does NetTrain Support Nvidia 30xx series GPU (RTX 3080, 3090 etc)?

At the time of writing this (Feb. 6, 2021), Mathematica 12.2 doesn't support these cards, see for example: Extremely Long GPU Initialization Times on Mathematica 12.2 and RTX3090 and https://community....
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Does Mathematica need more memory or more cores in order to perform faster?

[A bit long for a comment] This specific task, extracting all subsets of some modest size from a larger set, does require memory. Even if you pack the result it will take up space. ...
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Interfacing Red Pitaya board with Mathematica

redpitaya.m package ...
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Does ParallelTable work with Co-Processors?

From the comments, No, there is no support for the Xeon Phi or other coprocessors. The kernel has not been ported to the mic architecture, so it will not run natively on the Xeon Phi cores -- hence <...
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Lego EV3 <-> Wolfram Language

In the meantime I was able to set up a connection between WL/MMA and my EV3. It was (at the end) very simple, but since I don't know anything about Serial Communications I had to figure out a few ...
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13" versus 15" MacBook Pro for Mathematica

Quad-core can definitely make a non-trivial difference if you're pushing boundaries. What follows is all anecdotal, and depends on what you care about doing. For context half my non-recreational ...
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Mathematica 10.X benchmark report for high-end surface pro 4/surface book?

Here goes the benchmark for a high-end surface book with i7-6600U (2.6 up to 3.4 GHz, 4 MB cache, 15 W), which might be not quite different from surface pro 4 with intel i7-6650U (2.2 up to 3.4 GHz, 4 ...
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3D Graphics causing artifacting and crashes

I can reproduce this problem on my MacBook Pro: MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015), Processor: 3.1 GHz Intel Core i7, Memory: 16 GB 1867 MHz DDR3, Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB, macOS ...
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Mathematica connection to Arduino *Micro*...any idea how to set DTR high?

On Windows, a solution is to access the port through NETLink. That allows setting the port's DTR Enable property as follows: ...
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Trouble interfacing hardware and reading data from a serial port with Mathematica

I had this issue and it turned out the problem was related to the serial communication DTR signal. If this is the problem, a solution has been posted to this related question: Mathematica connection ...
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Interfacing Red Pitaya board with Mathematica

I finally got something with this RedPitaya board using the redPitaya SCPI server and string commands through TCP/IP connection. It works ways faster than the serial port access. Below is a tutorial I ...
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Basic Arduino / Mathematica Connection

To extend my comment, the 'newer' commands of yours are still relatively old...particularly since the fantastic new development of Microcontrollerkit The new basic ...
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Does NetTrain Support Nvidia 30xx series GPU (RTX 3080, 3090 etc)?

2021-03-12 Yes, I can run NetTrain with RTX3060 on Window 10 But, I'd waited for a long time the first time without any tips.
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Mathematica Not Seeing All CPU Cores

14.0 should report the correct number of physical cores on Windows.
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What computer should I load Mathmatica on; Laptop or deskstop?

Check the Benchmark[] on any machine available. In any generation of hardware, between the cheapest notebook and the fastest desktop you will find factors of 2-4 of benchmark results. For the usual ...
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Basic Arduino / Mathematica Connection

This is what worked for me in MMA 12.0.0 on Windows 10 with a Uno clone: First, set up the Uno like this ...
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How to use the various pins of Arduino Mega 2560 while Mathematica identifies it as Uno Board?

You will not be able to identify the other pins with current Mathematica (currently 11.3) . Currently, Mathematica has not updated to FIRMATA version which limits reading pins available in UNO. I ...
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