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Jonathan Kinlay
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I am looking to do some quite intensive batch processing for a large number of stock symbols. My plan is to use a Wolfram Language script to call multiple instances of the Mathematica program, each with different input parameters. My questions...
I would like to suggest a twist to the Mathematica One Liner Competition. The idea of this version of the challenge is to make use of the meta-programming capabilities in WL to create a one-liner generator. Some suggested competition rules: 1....
Kay, Most of the style transfer images I have seen so far end up looking very similar - what I would describe as "Van Gough" style. This image is very different - it looks as if you managed to capture the very different style of Raphael. Can...
According to one of the authors of the paper, the development tools used in the analysis were Caffe by Berkeley AI Research and Google's TensorFlow, with Python.
Yehuda, Thank you - that fix works well.
What a great post. I'm wondering if it might be possible to adapt the concept and use Mathematica to generate objects with interesting reflecting properties, like this: [Ambiguous Garage Roof by Kokichi Sugihara][1] .... which could then be 3D...
Well, then, I suppose the best solution would be a mechanism to allow the import of an html folder, resolving all the links. Then you can just save a Notebook in html format and upload the html folder created by Mathematica. Easy!
**Introduction** In a previous post, [Copulas in Risk Management][1], I covered the theory and applications of copulas in the area of risk management, pointing out the potential benefits of the approach and how it could be used to improve...
Text and sentiment analysis has become a very popular topic in quantitative research over the last decade, with applications ranging from market research and political science, to e-commerce. In this post I am going to outline an approach to the...
For some time now I have been interested in the idea of metaprogramming in the Wolfram Language. That WL lends itself to metaprogramming appeared so clear cut to me that I was surprised to find that the subject hasn't really come up in the...