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Because the package file is autogenerated from the notebook, every time the notebook is saved, the package file gets rewritten. Therefore one should _never_ edit the package file. Regarding conversion of a code file (script or package) into a...
If you take a look at the video that [@Ron Gove][at0] linked at the very beginning of this thread you can get a pretty good idea of the computability that can be achieved. I'm sure there is much that can be done. [at0]:...
The endemic equilibria can be found with `Solve`, the way you have been trying. I may just take a long time to get a fully symbolic solution. Unless you want to prove that an endemic equilibrium is unstable when R0
PS. the PlotStyle option should be u2[x_] := 0.5 Log[x] + 0.8 Log[6] Plot[{u2[x], u1[x]}, {x, 0, 10}, PlotStyle -> {{Blue, Thickness[0.01]}, {Red, Thickness[0.01]}}]
use StringReplace[string, ")" ~~ Shortest[__] ~~ ":" -> "):"] Normal expression patterns take the shortest pattern by default, while string patterns take the longest. Note, I added the ":" to the rhs of the replacement rule. ...
Hi, Dorothy! Yes, it will have to be aGEDCOM format file for the data to be accessible to the functions in the package. It could be a lot of work to create that file by hand because there should be cross-referencing between individuals and...
To run the notebook for this post in version 12.0 of Mathematica make the following changes: 1) Replace the first input
The Manipulate function will allow you to easily attach sliders to parameters and dynamically update the plot as the sliders are moved. All the Wolfram Language documentation is available on-line. the landing page is [here][1]. Documentation for...
Several multiset functions are available in the Wolfram Function Repository: https://resources.wolframcloud.com/FunctionRepository/search/?i=multiset
MapThread takes a third argument for level specification that makes the data preparation a bit easier in this case. So instead of mapping MapThread over the threaded (transposed) data, just use In[139]:= barData = MapThread[Labeled, {data,...