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I'm a grad-student in Astrophysics, focusing on theory, and generally studying high-energy transients.


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comment Use only exponents (no radicals) in output expressions
Also, it looks like this (the solution from your comment, not using the 'interception') doesn't work for radicals in the denominator. Is this an issue with catching a '-1/2' instead of '+1/2' ?
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comment Use only exponents (no radicals) in output expressions
This looks great in a new notebook! How can I append this rule to my previous $PrePrint (i.e. the previous thread)?
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comment Use only exponents (no radicals) in output expressions
I would argue that it doesn't use exponential form, it uses verbose-descriptions-form :)
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revised Set all output to be of specific form
removed auxiliary question, replaced with link to separate post
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comment Set all output to be of specific form
Great idea, I've posted a new question here
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accepted Set all output to be of specific form
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comment Set all output to be of specific form
Thanks so much! This made everything work perfectly. I'm giving the 'accepted' answer to eldo as he did most appropriately answer the question I (naively) asked.
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comment Set all output to be of specific form
Thanks! This is working on a new notebook, but when I put it into my existing notebook, and re-run my cells - they keep the same format. Any ideas?
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comment ClearAll[“Global`*”] stops working with Context set to 'unique to this Notebook'
Awesome, totally works! Any ideas why variables aren't going back to blue (from black)?
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