4:53 AM
Really nice example by jkuczm (who I don’t think uses the site anymore) of how to build out an efficient, general function by being using `Compile` to do the lower level dirty work and Mathematica for validation: mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/126185/38205

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7:14 AM
any idea?
https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/213250/plot-function-with-parameters-from-reduce?noredirect=1#comment545978_213250

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8:50 AM
Goodmorning everyone. Is there someone who can help me? I really need it. Thank you all
https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/212788/levenberg-marquardt-method-for-fitting

9:22 AM
A rolling square
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10:21 AM
@LukasLang thanks, I think that solved my problem. I'm trying to understand the code now.
The figure looks very complex. Is there anyway to use Manipulate so I can examine a small set of figures at a time so it's easier to see?

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2:53 PM
@anhnha You should be able to just store the list of solutions into a variable, and then plots a selection on them using `Manipulatet[Plot[solutions[[pos]]//Evaluate, …], …]`, where `pos` depends on `Manipulate` variables in some way

3:17 PM
posted on January 21, 2020 by Chapin Langenheim

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@Feeds I see some familiar SE names in this post!

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5:49 PM
@LukasLang
ConditionalExpression[
m /. ToRules[And @@ Cases[#, _Equal]],
And @@ Cases[#, Except@_Equal]
] & /@ List @@@ List @@ # & // Evaluate
the line ends with &
that means it's a function
but where do you apply argument to this function?
Also isn't it And @@ Cases[#, _Equal] same as And[#, _Equal]
so why do you need Cases here?

6:24 PM
@anhnha The full line is of the form `Plot[comb // … // … & // Evaluate, …]` - the application of the function happens with the `//` (the postfix form)

I know that postfix
but the whole expression is too complex for me to make sense
How about my two questions above?

As for the `Cases` thing: `Cases[#, _Equal]` evaluates to a list of matches before the `And @@ ` part is applied - so no, the two things are not the same here

what's the argument that will replace # there?

the list of conditions for a single solution
A good way to see what's going on is to wrap stuff in `Echo` - for example `Cases[Echo@#, _Equal]` shows you whats being passed to `Cases`

6:40 PM
That's much easier to read now
One question
the argument of Plot is m
it looks like you're plotting comb instead of m
also do you know parameters for each bundle like this?
I want to separate them with manipulate
or different plot if not possible

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9:02 PM
Please note that the URLs for Technical Support "Quick Answers" have changed from e.g. support.wolfram.com/kb/41501 to support.wolfram.com/41501 (in other words, the /kb/ part is now gone)
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The old links still work (via a redirect), but going forward please use the new URL pattern if you need to point to a "Quick Answer"
(Also the old links were briefly broken earlier today, but that should all be ok now; thanks to anyone who reported the issue!)