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Mathematica 6 is now available, introducing over 1,000 groundbreaking technologies developed over more than a decade at Wolfram Research. Mathematica 6 takes technical computing to a new level: more tightly bound, more natural, and more automated, applicable to a far wider range of areas than ever before. Central to this achievement is "instant interactivity"--taking models, computations, or just about any concept and turning them into fully interactive applications, sometimes within seconds. In addition to the new capabilities for instant development, Mathematica 6 is also optimiz...

On 12/13/05 at 3:41 AM, hattons@globalsymmetry.com (Steven T. Hatton) wrote: >Has anybody read both of Roman Maeder's books _The Mathematica >Programmer_ and _Programming in Mathematica_? I specifically mean >the out of print first volume of the former. Yes. I have copies of each within arms length of my desk. >Dose _The Mathematica Programmer_ give a significantly different >perspective than what is presented in _Programming in Mathematica_? I am not sure there is much difference in perspective. But there is a difference in the information covered. Prog...

Hi! Just one question: is it possible to run Mathematica 2.2.3.2 under Windows XP Home Edition??? "Sieghard Seyrling" <sseyrlin@student.ethz.ch> wrote in message news:<bsjlkb$252$1@smc.vnet.net>... > Hi! > Just one question: is it possible to run Mathematica 2.2.3.2 under Windows > XP Home Edition??? Enjoy Mathematica 2.2 under Windows XP! In[1] := $Version Out[1] = Windows 387 2.2 (April 9, 1993) In[2] := Integrate[Integrate[Integrate[Sqrt[(3 - (x + y + z))/\ (1 + x + y + z)], {x, 0, 1}], {y, 0, 1}], {z, 0, 1}] Out[2] = (1...

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Sir, thank you. I guess I learned something. It's funny that changing the 1 in the p[k_] definition didn't help at all. Rob I was talking about the 1 in the second sqrt a few lines lower, in the Limit function. On my PC, written as "1." the calculation takes 6 seconds and when written as "1" it takes 104 seconds. This with fresh kernels for each new calculation. With the 1 in the definition of p changed to "1." the calulation takes 45 seconds; faster than before but not as fast as with the second 1 changed to "1.". With both 1'...

Histogram[Range[Length[vector]] - 1, Length[vector], vector &, PlotRange -> All] Bob Hanlon ---- Richard Trilling <trilling@orange.fr> wrote: ============= Thank you, "Bob Hanlon" <hanlonr@cox.net> wrote in message news:gj55id$c5e$1@smc.vnet.net... > vector = {4, 4, 16, 17, 7, 9, 10, 20, 5, 9}; > > data = Flatten[ > Inner[Table[#1, {#2}] &, Range[Length[vector]] - 1, vector, List]]; > Histogram[data, Length[vector]] > > Histogram[Range[Length[vector]] - 1, Length[vector], vector &] > > Bob Hanlon T...

On Sat, 9 May 2009 00:53:20 -0400, Shiva Kaul wrote: > On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 5:52 PM, John Fultz <jfultz@wolfram.com> wrote:> > Not sure what characters you're talking about, as they seem to have gotten > >> muddled in the post. But if, for example, you're wanting something >> like the >> \[Times] and \[Divide] character to come from another font, I don't >> believe >> there's a way to do that. >> > > Thank you for the clarification. This limitation is understandable since > Mathematica needs to map va...

Does somebody know why I get different behaviour for the following commands in a commandline session of mathematica 7 or inside a notebook? It also seems to be different in different Mathematica versions for the notebook format. See http://www.risc.jku.at/people/hemmecke/mathematica/ for the notebook files for Mathematica 5.2, 6.0, 7.0. Can someone explain the General::dupsym: The symbol Array with context A` already exists. message? Why does that message appear at all? If A`Array exists, then Mathematica should just use it, shouldn't it? According to http://reference.wol...

[This post has been delayed due to email problems - moderator] hello, please help me with this problem ai have the next code : a = {{1, 4}, {34, 5}} b = {{12, 4}, {4, 35}} and ai want to obtain a matrix like this: rez={{1+12,4+4},{34+4,5+35}} .. if i use c = {{StringForm["a[[1,1]]+b[[1,1]]"], StringForm["a[[1,2]]+b[[1,2]]"]}, {StringForm["a[[2,1]]+b[[2,1]]"], StringForm["a[[2,2]]+b[[2,2]]"]}} i obtain : \!\(\*FormBox[ RowBox[...

http://www.wolfram.com/ Mathematica seems to have similar problems or did I miss something? (Sure thing!) *\jk not the q's wrote: > http://www.wolfram.com/ > > Mathematica seems to have similar problems or > did I miss something? (Sure thing!) Similar problems to what? -- Dr Jon D Harrop, Flying Frog Consultancy http://www.ffconsultancy.com/products/?u "Jon Harrop" <jon@ffconsultancy.com> wrote in message news:UKOdnUZhX4DzJ97VnZ2dnUVZ8tfinZ2d@posted.plusnet... > not the q's wrote: >> http://www.wolfram.com/ >&...

Howdy, I have recently returned to grad school, and am attempting to use mathematica as my "word processor" for my math-related homework. There are a few annoying things that keep happening to my attempts at this, and I thought I'd describe them here in hopes that someone would have some better suggestions. For an example of what I've been doing, see http://www.cse.psu.edu/~rsharris/spamlog/ExampleHW.nb My motivations are (a) it will give me a clean output that will be easier on the grader's eyes, (b) it will make it easier for me to edit changes to e...

Hi All Any one knows if there are any good summary of important command to be use in mathematica with simple instruction and graphics to go along? I just started using this software and hope to grab some basics. The tutorial in the software not too appealing for me. I do not know why rgds and thanks Jason Jason, The best thing is to give yourself a crash course in Mathematica before attempting to use it in your work or studies. The best course is to work through most of Part I of The Book, actually typing in commands and seeing that they work. The only way to learn the s...

Hi Bob, <snippage> > It seems like what I'm after is the same sort of set up that > someone writing > a paper for publicatiojn would need. Have looked for such > examples, but > have not found any. Try Paul Abbott's examples at http://www.physics.uwa.edu.au/~paul/publications.html. In the conference publications section, there are some tutorials. There are also some theses as notebooks that may suit your purposes. Regards, Dave. ========================================== Dr. David Annetts EM Modelling Analyst CSIRO DEM ...

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