How to manipulate expressions structurally, not necessarily complying with the rules of algebra.

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Transform an expression into a graph that can be plotted with TreeGraph (not TreeForm)

I would like to plot an expression (like TreeForm does), but using the new TreeGraph functionality. ...
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Change values in equation with slider

I want to make an equation where the values adjust to my slider which I inserted with manipulate. Well, I tried, but when I use the slider the equation starts to fall apart. Actually this should ...
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Subvalue and level

I'm interested in the arguments of f in expressions like f[a]@f[b]@f[c] By argument I mean what is here ...
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How to prevent substitution?

I have a function: $\bar{u}:=u[t,x,y,z]$ (1) How do I prevent it from expanding and substituting in instructions like those following: $\partial _t {\bar u}$ (2) Thanks in advance EDIT: ...
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How can I completely ban usage of some functions in output and mandate use of others?

For example, I hate that Mathematica uses Pochhammer symbol in outputs and prefer all the expressions in Gamma function. How can ...
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Extracting equations from Piecewise expressions

Say I have a PDF: PDF[LogNormalDistribution[1.75, 0.65], x] Calculating it, Mathematica gives me an expression that looks like this: I want to extract the ...
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Google Code Jam: Mountain View code review

After participating in Google Code Jam 2012 Round 2, it occurred to me that the Mountain View problem boiled down to solving a set of linear inequalities, which could be done in Mathematica. I've only ...