Just a Test

I just learned something about Mathematica which could make doing things on this sometimes very math – heavy page a little easier. I can save formulae from my mathematica notebook as LaTeX strings as described by mdawaffe here  and in a wordpress.com faq entry here.

\Large i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial t}\left|\Psi(t)\right>=H\left|\Psi(t)\right>

That works.


\Large\frac{\pi ^2+7}{42}\text{==}900

\Large \mu \to {\frac{9 k}{2 G \pi d_0^2 m_H \rho_0}}

Turns out mathematica produces somewhat sloppy latex that often breaks the parser. It omitted the curly brackets around the \to block and adds supernumerary spaces. The mathematica latex export is just broken enough to force me to hand code everything! Wonderful… Still it gives a starting point and it might be easier than saving uploading and linking to image files for every formula. Maybe.


The Astrographer

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