Alan Schmitt writes:
> schulte.eric@gmail.com writes:
>
>> Alan Schmitt writes:
>>
>>> Or rather, I should say a literate algebra and calculating application:
>>> http://calca.io/
>>>
>>
>> If this is appealing, it may be worth checking out the "Embedded Mode"
>> of Emacs calc [1]. From what I can tell on the calc.io website, Emacs
>> calc provides the same functionality, but Emacs calc has the benefits of
>> (1) it is open source meaning you can confirm calculations and your
>> answers (in my opinion a must for any peer reviewed publication), and
>> (2) it may be embedded in *any* type of file.
>
> Embedded calc mode is amazing, thanks for the link! It does not seem as
> intuitive to work with equations (I've tried doing the Functions and
> Solving Equations examples in calc),
Very cool, thanks for sharing. I would note, that one nice thing about
embedded mode is that there is no need for the #+begin/end_src calc
blocks, rather the formulas may be placed directly in the Org-mode file.
So to re-write a small portion of your previous example...