# [IPython-User] mathjax version 2

Comer Duncan comer.duncan@gmail....
Wed Feb 22 13:20:41 CST 2012

Hi Toby,

> Could you post this notebook somewhere? I’m just learning to use it, and am
> teaching the same sort of class.
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It is still in progress.  I can try to post in on my blog sometime
soon. I will let you know when it is up.

What are you teaching?

Cheers,

Comer

> Like you, I  would love to have lots of examples, it is so easy to deal
> with.
>

Yes, the examples included with ipython are a start but being able to
see more variety would be cool.  I do understand if people are
reticent to post the examples, though.  My view of notebooks are that
with elaboration in some useful properties perhaps, they may
eventually approach a real research tool.  That is one can begin to
use them as a record of musings, experiments, and results with
appropriate prose.  That is, a real notebook! Maybe many others are
already doing this but we don't see much made available.  I want to
encourage that to change!

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> That applies to the developers, too: I’m waiting for some nice notebooks
> beyond that into, especially for using the parallel facility.

I agree that more about the parallel side would be very useful and
would promote others to devise their own and share.  How about a
ipython site devoted to contain user-contributed ipython notebooks? I
know that the developers have their plates full but this would be nice
for both user use and encouragement. Open source/open notebooks is a
reasonable idea I think.

Thanks for all that the ipython developers have done to make ipython a
really useful tool.

Comer
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> --Toby Burnett
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> University of Washington Physics dept.
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> P.S. Sorry about slip with a send. L
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> Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 16:09:53 -0500
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> HI Brian,
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> Thanks for the tips.  I think I will just wait until the Mathjax developers
> decide that version 2.0 is real.  I am just wanting to use equation
> numbering in a notebook I am working on.  I'm a physicist.
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> The notebook is about illustrating the hyperbolic character of Maxwell's
> equations in Minkowski spacetime. This is not new stuff but several
> techniques which have become quite useful in numerical relativity are
> discussed, especially how one goes about demonstrating hyperbolicity and the
> ramifications therein.  The notebook uses the markdown stuff a lot and uses
> Sympy to do the symbolic calculations.
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> It is a lot of fun and is good for me to learn/understand better some
> aspects of Sympy.
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> I am really enjoying ipython and thank you developers for your efforts. I am
> using 0.13 and like the interface thus far.
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> By the way, is there a url where a bunch of ipython notebooks are archived?
> It would be nice to see what variety of things have been done so far with
> ipython notebooks!
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> Best,
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> Comer
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