I have a Mathematica file that I saved. In it, I have multiple functions that I've defined and have evaluated a number of the functions with different arguments. I would like to be able to open the file and essentially execute the commands at once without having to select and run each individual function. I know Maple used to have a function that did this, but does Mathematica have one?
Three options that spring to mind:
- You can run Mathematica code without opening a notebook by treating it as a Mathematica script.
- You can tell Mathematica to evaluate certain cells every time the notebook opens by designating those cells as initialization cells.
- Under the evaluation tab in the menu there are different options for queueing cells for evaluation, for example Evaluate -> Evaluate Notebook.