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Because these are irregular time series, meaning that the times of our data points can have gaps between them, TimeSeriesShift will produce output that won’t align with the following business day. I think an easier approach is to get everything in...
I have a notebook that gets data from the NFL’s API and solves a Mixed Integer Second Order Cone Program that makes picks for my football pool each week. I’d like to set it up to run in the cloud on a schedule and then email my pick in, however I am...
Your syntax for FindMinimum is wrong. If you want to minimize over multiple variable they all need to wrapped in a list. Try ...
You can use replacement rules to plug in coefficient values and Table to iterate over values of n from -20 to 20 Table[ -I^-n*\[Zeta] * ( BesselJ[n,\[Kappa]*\[Zeta]] * BesselY[-1+n,\[Kappa]*\[Zeta]] -...
`MinDate` gives the same results as `DateInterval["Min"]`, but what is the way to do the comparison? For example: MinDate[DateInterval[{InfinitePast,Today}]]==InfinitePast returns unevaluated. I would like to be able to test an arbitrary...
That is a matrix that represents scale matrix parameter of the wishart distribution. This is the covariance matrix of one row of H, so in your case, it would be the identity matrix of size equal to the number of columns of H. The first parameter of...
The command is obj = CloudExport[frames, "GIF"] To make it loop, use obj = CloudExport[frames, "GIF", AnimationRepetitions->Infinity] This will create a private object by default, but you can publish a public copy of it it for...
I would like to know this as well, but actually for the opposite reason—I have a large MIP program modelled in Mathematica that I want to export to run remotely on NEOS. It’s worth noting that the new Optimization methods are usually pretty...
According to the list of unsupported cloud functions, `ExternalEvaluate` won’t run in the cloud due to security restrictions. You’d need a separate server or cloud environment to run NodeJS and then interface with it from WL code running in the cloud...
I solved the issue. It looks like the default `SystemCredentialStoreObject` uses an `EcryptedFile` backend but the `EncryptedFileLocation` defaults to `ApplicationData/Credentials` in the \$BaseDirectory, not the \$UserBaseDirectory. Presumably this...