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http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1163251
Is there a way to define a cell tag which contains a comma, so that the comma remains part of the cell tag, and not a separator which divides the tag into two different tags?
The reason for the question is that in an article text I want to make references to the items in the bibliography/list of referenfces as hyperlinks which point to the corresponding items in the list of references. One can get the hyperlink into the text by clicking on the tag name. Now my references are in Harvard style, so the citation should be in the text something like "(Wolfram, 2017)". However, if I specify the cell tag as "(Wolfram, 2017)", then it becomes two tags, one is "(Wolfram" and the other "2017"). Thus, to get the citation into the text as a hyperlink, I need to create two hyperlinks, and connect them with a comma. I tried to embed the cell tag with the comma between citation marks, curly brackets, to precede the comma with a backslash etc., but nothing helped. Is there a way to get around this???Imre Pázsit2017-08-12T00:53:33ZEarn $ creating a Mathematica notebook
http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1164210
i am writing a paper "Simple Random Walk Models of Entanglement Effects on the Elasticity and Viscoelasticity of Polymer Networks." which i will be presenting at the Polymer Networks meeting in Prague.
of course, i'm writing it in a Mathematica notebook but it will have a bunch of equations and my physical disability makes it difficult for me to enter them (also, i am not very familiar with the use of the mathematical templates in WL / Mathematica).
i have PDFs of my published articles from which i am creating this 'tutorial' article . these PDFs have all the equations i will be using in the article.
what i need is someone to enter each equation into its own cell in a Mathematica notebook.
i can then take that notebook and can create a notebook containing both the text which i will be composing and the equations which i will 'copy and paste' from the 'notebook of equations'.
i can email the PDFs to the person who, after creating the notebook of equations, can email it to me.
so this is is a simple straightforward job that will earn some income for someone (the pricing is negotiable, based on the time involved, the difficulty of the work, etc.) .Richard Gaylord2017-08-13T09:34:53ZMathematica (on Macintosh) with EndNote
http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/151292
I have both Mathematica and EndNote installed on my Mac (this was also the chronological order of installing). According to the documentation, I should be able to insert bibilographic references to a text cell of a notebook if EndNote is running. However, when I choose
Insert -> Citation -> Bibliographical Note
then, instead of seeing all the citations which I have already imported into my EndNote library, I only see an empty window. Anyone having some advice what is wrong? I am not sure from the description that the EndNote plug-in, which Mathematica needs, is installed automatically when I install EndNote, or something else need to be done.Imre Pázsit2013-11-10T13:19:12Z