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Re: Mean

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg48199] Re: Mean
  • From: spam at husumtoften.invalid (Per Rønne)
  • Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 04:15:57 -0400 (EDT)
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  • Reply-to: spam at husumtoften.dk (Per Rønne)
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Bill Rowe <readnewsciv at earthlink.net> wrote:

> So, for my self I use a combination of Get and DeclarePackage in my
>init.m. I use Get for those packages I find myself using in nearly all
>of my Mathematica sessions and DeclarePackage for those functions I use
>often but less frequently.

I've created a init.m file and placed it in what seems to be a proper
directory - but I get this error message:

General::globf: 
   Cannot open object obtained by expansion of 
    /Users/per/Library/Teacher's Edition/Autoload/init.m.

init.m is a text file created with Mathematica.

> Also, most of the directories in the standard additions include a package
>such as Statistics`Master`. This package contains DeclarePackage
>statements for functions in the other Statistics package. So, inserting
><<Statistics`Master` into your init.m file will allow you to use any of
>the statistics functions without explicitly loading any specific
>package.
>

And although my »Getting Started with Mathematica mentions this Master
file twice, it is not mentioned in the Mathematica Book 5th Edition -
and I can't find it on the harddisk.
-- 
Per Erik Rønne


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