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Let Me Mathematica That For You

Posted 1 month ago
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Ever wanted to do the equivalent of "Let me Google that for you" for a stupid, trivial Mathematica question? Now you can!

Introducing Let Me Mathematica That For You which uses cloud notebooks to run any and all queries passed in via a sandbox Cloud notebook:

Here's a fun example:

Reverse/@Table[IntegerDigits[Prime[i]],{i,2,549}]//Reverse//Flatten//FromDigits//PrimeQ//AbsoluteTiming

Which in query format is:

Reverse%2F%40Table%5BIntegerDigits%5BPrime%5Bi%5D%5D%2C%7Bi%2C2%2C549%7D%5D%2F%2FReverse%2F%2FFlatten%2F%2FFromDigits%2F%2FPrimeQ%2F%2FAbsoluteTiming

And we pass that as the query parameter to the URL giving us this:

people are idiots

Feel free to use it yourself. It doesn't cost me anything. All of the HTML fits on a single page, so feel free to fork and use it for your own things too.

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Impressive, it is really like working on a "real" session! Thank you very much for sharing this.

Christian

Posted 1 month ago

Have you seen the Wolfram Cloud? Because I'm literally just building off that and working on the JavaScript side.

Posted 1 month ago

I updated the underlying JS. Now there's an input field that you can use for making your URL:

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