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Formatting in Mathematica

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg5306] Formatting in Mathematica
  • From: shawnway at mail.ic.net (Shawn D. Way)
  • Date: Sat, 23 Nov 1996 01:44:43 -0500
  • Organization: ICNET... Your Link To The Internet... +1.313.998.0090
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Does anyone know of an easy reliable way to format output in
Mathematica? What I would like is something of the order of
whats below but a lot neater and orderly:

------------------------Sample-------------------------------------
The Uncertainty Analysis of the equation below is:
 
           k m y
Tanh[y] == ----- + Sin[b x]
              2
           u x
 
For the values of:
 
Variables:		Uncertainties:
m=0.5			m=0.01
k=3			k=1
  2
u=-			u=0.0046
  3
b=0.5			b=0.05
x=3			x=0.1
 
                        dx                 dx        [    dx ]^2
Var       m         ---          m * ---        [m * ---]  
   i            i         x               i   x         [ i   x ]  
--------------------------------------------------------------
m          -1.       0.02           -0.02           0.000400001

k           -1.       0.333333    -0.333334    0.111112

u            1.       0.0069       0.00690001   0.0000476102

b       0.0531195   0.1        0.00531195   0.0000282169

x          2.05312    0.0333333   0.0684374    0.00468368

------------------------------------
Value==-7.98998		                0.116271
Fractional Uncertainty==0.340985
Absolute Uncertainty====-2.72447
 
 
The following is a list of the variables sorted by
the effect on the equation's uncertainty.
 
 Any help with this problem would be greatly appreciated. My E-mail
address is shawnway at mail.ic.net. Thanks


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