FormulaLookup

FormulaLookup["query"]

gives a list of the full names of formulas whose names are consistent with "query".

FormulaLookup["query",n]

returns at most n results.

Details and Options

  • FormulaLookup[All] gives a full list of formula names.
  • The following options can be given:
  • RequiredPhysicalQuantities{}which physical quantities to require
    ExcludedPhysicalQuantities{}which physical quantities to exclude
  • Supported physical quantities include both physical and chemical quantities such as "Length", "ElectricCurrent", and "ChemicalPotential", as well as mathematical and financial quantities such as "Angle" and "Money".

Examples

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Basic Examples  (2)

Discover the full names of formulas for use in FormulaData:

Find all formulas for a query:

Scope  (1)

Limit the number of formulas displayed:

Options  (8)

RequiredPhysicalQuantities  (4)

Limit the results by specifying a list of required physical quantities:

Several necessary physical quantities can be specified:

Include both required physical quantities and physical quantities to be excluded:

Examine all formulas with specified physical quantities:

ExcludedPhysicalQuantities  (4)

Limit the results by specifying a list of excluded physical quantities:

Several necessary physical quantities can be specified:

Include both required physical quantities and physical quantities to be excluded:

Find all formulas with specified physical quantities but not including other physical quantities:

Applications  (1)

Find all formulas for the moment of inertia:

Possible Issues  (1)

Many formulas have multiple forms:

Interactive Examples  (1)

Dynamically examine formulas with specific physical quantities:

Introduced in 2014
 (10.0)