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14
comment How can I replace the Greek symbols in an expression with their plain text names?
Ok. Good to know. Thanks!
Feb
14
accepted How can I replace the Greek symbols in an expression with their plain text names?
Feb
14
comment How can I replace the Greek symbols in an expression with their plain text names?
You're right. It's a font thing (just on my end?). When I copy-past the last code block into Mathematica, everything is correct. However, in this post, they appear switched (for me).
Feb
14
comment How can I replace the Greek symbols in an expression with their plain text names?
Slick! Thanks! Also, btw, it seems like phi and curlyphi got switched. I can't tell why.
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14
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Feb
21
comment Manipulate and Turning Expressions into Functions
So, to be sure I understand, \[FormalA] can never be assigned a value and so it works. \[Alpha] and the like, however, are not write protected in the same way that a and b are not protected, but still works. What is different, then, about \[Alpha] and \[Beta] that makes this work? Are they something in between regular a and \[FormalA]?
Feb
21
comment Manipulate and Turning Expressions into Functions
Very elegant. Thanks!
Feb
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Feb
21
comment Manipulate and Turning Expressions into Functions
Thanks for the answer. The problem that I am running into, however, is that I have an expression that I would like to plot saved somewhere that is not already a function proper. So, for example, I have the following, both of which do not work. Clear["`*"] someExpression = Sin[a x + b]; func[x_, a_, b_] := someExpression Manipulate[Plot[func[x, a, b], {x, 0, 6}], {a, 1, 4}, {b, 0, 10}] Clear[func] func[x_, a_, b_] := Function[{x, a, b}, someExpression][x, a, b] Manipulate[Plot[func[x, a, b], {x, 0, 6}], {a, 1, 4}, {b, 0, 10}]
Feb
21
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Feb
21
comment Manipulate and Turning Expressions into Functions
Thanks for the catch. I revised the question.
Feb
21
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Feb
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20
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Feb
15
comment Piping and Replacement
Thanks for the help. It was very useful!