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1.11.6 Exporting Formulas from Notebooks

  • Here is a cell containing a formula.
  • This is what you get if you copy the formula and paste it into an external text-based program.

  • !
    (-
    (ArcTan[
    (1 + 2 x
    )
    /
    @3]
    /
    @3
    ) + Log[-1 + x]
    /3
    - Log[1 + x + x
    ^2]
    /6
    )

  • Pasting the text back into a notebook immediately reproduces the original formula.
  • Mathematica allows you to export formulas both textually and visually. You can use Display to tell Mathematica to write a visual representation of a formula into a file.


    Exporting expressions in visual form.