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Julia is a high-level dynamic programming language designed to address the needs of high-performance numerical analysis and computational science. It provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library.

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BambOoxX commented Jun 21, 2022

This subject was initially discussed in regarding a way to split a string into equal-length substrings.

The solutions discussed involved (for a string composed of 10 blocks of 8 strings)

  • using a comprehension split8(str::String) = [str[i+1:8] for i in 0:8:length(str)]
  • using a comprehension and `S
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fonsp commented May 18, 2022

We currently use some internal Pkg API to make work, we we should try to avoid as much as possible. Take a look at src/packages/PkgCompat.jl to learn more, the compatibility issues are pretty well documented.

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odow commented Oct 3, 2020

Hi there!

This issue is a catch-all for documentation improvement suggestions. I'll keep it updated with things to work on, rather than having lots of separate issues.

  • If you have suggestions for things to add to the documentation, leave a comment below.
  • If you're looking to contribute to JuMP, picking something off this list is a great place to start!

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asinghvi17 commented May 10, 2022

As I understand, the LineString type allows the user to plot multiple disconnected lines in the same plot call. However, there is no documentation to reflect this. We should add some, and possibly consider adding documentation (in the docs of lines, surface, heatmap, etc.) about which types they accept. Possibly also a listing of convert_arguments signatures which are applicable to each

diegozea commented May 25, 2022

Hi! It would be great if the grid function errors when the heights and widths are not correctly set — so the users can understand the incorrect behavior through the error messages. In the following example, we should throw an error if one of the values is zero or if the sum is greater than one. Also, the argument should allow PlotMeasures units as they create error messages that are difficult

jonathan-laurent commented Sep 10, 2021

In order to profile and optimize the current inference server architecture and best tune its hyper-parameters for various applications, it would be very useful for AlphaZero.jl to have a mode where it outputs a debugging timeline in which it is possible to easily visualize when each worker submits an inference request, when it gets an answer, and when inference concretely runs on the GPU (along wi

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traversaro commented Jan 23, 2022

If I run the copy&paste examples, such as :

using ModelingToolkit, Plots, DifferentialEquations

@variables t
@connector function Pin(;name)
    sts = @variables v(t)=1.0 i(t)=1.0 [connect = Flow]
    ODESystem(Equation[], t, sts, []; name=name)

function Ground(;name)
    @named g = Pin()
    eqs = [g.v ~ 0]
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Created by Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski, Viral B. Shah, Alan Edelman

Released February 14, 2012


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