Mathematica symbols are the ultimate atoms of symbolic data. Every symbol has a unique name, exists in a certain Mathematica context or namespace, and can have a variety of types of values and attributes.

learn more… | top users | synonyms (2)

5
votes
0answers
424 views

Whats the best practice of using subscripts in symbols?

I have stumbled over several issues about subscripted symbols recently. I would like that I can enter subscripted variables with my keyboard and that they are treated as symbols. I would also like to ...
4
votes
0answers
155 views

Organizing Wolfram language symbols with Entity

Here's a word cloud tally of the ~5k System names split at camel humps, with the long tail cropped. What resources are available to organize these terms using the new ...
4
votes
0answers
99 views

Is there a way to check whether two notebooks share the same variables?

When I code in Mathematica, I often re-use code from old notebooks which fulfilled a specific purpose; for example, one testing for soft matches in strings, or one that identifies outliers on a graph ...
3
votes
0answers
199 views

Symbol with Subscript but no quotes in it!

If I use the following function to define me a fancy subscript: ...
2
votes
0answers
99 views

Displaying subscripted symbols with TraditionalForm

I have pasted this code in from Mathematica 10 ...
1
vote
0answers
62 views

Can I get a symbol cross-reference of a Mathematica Notebook?

Is there a way to get a cross reference listing for a notebook or set of notebooks?
0
votes
0answers
77 views

Piecewise functions Integration with symbol

I want to integrate one piecewise functions as following, ...