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This is all covered in the documentation. To answer your specific questions: Yes, just call Needs or Get more than once. Yes, by setting up contexts correctly Yes, but in Mathematica they are called Contexts. The issue is likely to be that you did not use a standard package structure to write your packages, including the Begin["Private`"]. See the ...


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For your second question this would define a global aContxt so that it can be used in other notebooks (to be evaluated in the notebook with the private context): Global`aContext = $Context; Then you can define a new variable like this: SetDelayed @@ Join[Hold[varAnb], ToExpression[aContext <> "varA", InputForm, Hold]] the reason why this looks so ...


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Interpolation is a built-in function located in the System` context, which is the same for all Notebooks independently of $Context, hence any changes of Options of this function will be global. But you can define your own function in the local context and set local options for it (see here for explanations): Clear[interpolation]; Options[interpolation] = ...


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It might be that this is due to dispatch, list and doStuff being completely owned by the frontend, since you wrapped them in a DynamicModule. Frontend variables cannot be shared between kernels. When you localize them in a Module, and therefore keep them as kernel variables, it works: Module[{dispatch, list, doStuff}, list = Range[8]; doStuff[a_] := ...



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