How to generate ``nice'' algebra output from command-line mathematica?
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- Subject: [mg125824] How to generate ``nice'' algebra output from command-line mathematica?
- From: Jesse Perla <jesseperla at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2012 04:29:36 -0400 (EDT)
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I have a .m file that I am running mathematica on the command line
(using a linux cluster, qsub, and piping the output to a file). The
generated algebra gets extremely complicated. I would love to be able
to see the output formatted in a familiar mathematica form (e.g. with
the lambda symbol instead of \[Lambda], integrals, etc.).
Are there any tricks to generate a mathematica workbook or something
equivalent that I can read after my job is complete? If necessary, I
don't mind choosing some of the algebraic expressions and saving to a
binary file at the end rather than having the whole session stored. I
don't need to resulting file to be an interactive workbook, so if
there is some way to generate Latex or some static output, then I
would be happy with that approach.
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