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*Subject*: [mg88582] RE: [mg88550] Formatting Problem with Summation Symbol
*From*: "David Park" <djmpark at comcast.net>
*Date*: Fri, 9 May 2008 03:23:32 -0400 (EDT)
*References*: <200805080813.EAA14300@smc.vnet.net> <11438836.1210253438999.JavaMail.root@m02>
Here is an elaboration that saves us from wrapping every statement in Style.
Column is actually a type of GridBox and the option to use here is
AllowScriptLevelChange. We write a definition that allows us to combine a
series of statements into a single output cell.
Derivation::usage =
"Derivation[step1,step2,...] will display a series of Mathematica \
statements as a single Column output cell.";
SyntaxInformation[Derivation] = {"ArgumentsPattern" -> {__}};
Derivation[steps__] :=
Column[{steps}, Left, 1,
BaseStyle -> {GridBoxOptions -> {AllowScriptLevelChange -> False}}]
Then an example of its use might be:
Derivation[
Style[Row[{"The first step involves an intgral: " ,
Sum[a[n] x^n, {n, 0, N}], " with ", a[n] -> Sin[n x]}],
ScriptLevel -> 1],
step1 = p[x] == HoldForm@Sum[Sin[n x] x^n, {n, 0, N}],
"Evaluating",
step1 // ReleaseHold,
"This is the second step:",
q[x] == HoldForm@Integrate[x^n Sin[n x], {x, 0, Pi}],
"etc., etc."
]
The output is in a single cell, which can be double-clicked to hide the
input statement. We did use a Style statement to revert to ScriptLevel->1 on
one of the annotation statements. The only trouble with this construction is
that we can't use the %, %% reference notation.
David Park
djmpark at comcast.net
http://home.comcast.net/~djmpark
From: Carl Woll [mailto:carlw at wolfram.com]
Subject: [mg88582] Re: [mg88550] Formatting Problem with Summation Symbol
David Park wrote:
>I often write short derivations in a single cell with a statement on each
>line and sometimes Print statements interspersed as commentary. This gives
>one input cell and multiple output cells. Then one can select all the
output
>cells and double-click to hide the input cell. However, sometimes it is a
>bit inconvenient to select all the output cells so I would like to display
>them as lines in a Column instead. Then there would be only one output
cell
>to select. However, it is difficult to obtain the same formatting in Column
>as one obtains in output cells.
>
>Is there a method to use a Column
>expression and have each line look like regular Output formatting?
>
>
Column formats its contents using ScriptLevel->1. So, override this by
including an explicit Style directive:
Column[{Style[p[x] == Sum[a[n] x^n, {n, 0, N}], ScriptLevel -> 0]}]
Carl Woll
Wolfram Research
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