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We use extended code plugin:

http://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:code2

It overwrites the default one

Examples:

<source http://jwork.org/scavis/examples/DataPoints/images/p1d_average.py python | p1d_average.py >

Here you do not specify the location as it points by definition to http://jwork.org/scavis/wikidoc/examples/

<code python 1|t p1d_average.py> extern> p1d_average.py </code>

Makes:

Unable to display file "http://jwork.org/scavis/examples/DataPoints/images/p1d_average.py": It may not exist, or permission may be denied.

Download for this example is disabled for non-members

1: # DataPoints. Using P1D data holder. Data manipulations 2: # Note: get weighted average 3: 4: from java.awt import Color,Font 5: from java.util import Random 6: from jhplot import HPlot,P1D 7: from math import sqrt; 8: 9: c1 = HPlot("Canvas",600,400,2, 1) 10: c1.visible(1) 11: c1.setAutoRange() 12: 13: # keep 2 sets of the data 14: data=[]; 15: 16: c1.setGTitle("Average of experimental data", Color.blue) #put title 17: c1.viewHisto(0) # make sure starts from 0 18: 19: # fill first data set 20: p1= P1D("data1") 21: p1.add(10,100,5,5) 22: p1.add(20,50,5,5) 23: p1.add(30,80,5,5) 24: c1.draw(p1) 25: 26: 27: # fill second data set 28: p2= P1D("data2") 29: p2.add(10,40,5,5) 30: p2.add(20,40,5,5) 31: p2.add(30,40,5,5) 32: data.append(p2) 33: c1.draw(p2) 34: 35: 36: # fill 3rd data set 37: p3= P1D("data3") 38: p3.add(10,50,5,5) 39: p3.add(20,45,5,5) 40: p3.add(30,20,5,5) 41: data.append(p3) 42: c1.draw(p3) 43: 44: # add p2,p3 to p1 using weighted average 45: p4=p1.addAndAverage(data) 46: p4.setTitle("Weighted Average") 47: p4.setColor(Color.blue) 48: 49: 50: # show points with statistical errors in y 51: c1.cd(2,1) 52: c1.setAutoRange() 53: c1.draw(p4)

General rules are discussed here http://wiki.aqsis.org/dokuwiki/syntax Below are additional rule for this documentations.

This is based on http://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:math2

Use the math2 styles. Some rules are shown here math_rules

<m>S(f)(t)=a_{0}+sum{n=1}{+infty}{a_{n} cos(n omega t)+b_{n} sin(n omega t)}</m> <m 8>delim{lbrace}{matrix{3}{1}{{3x-5y+z=0} {sqrt{2}x-7y+8z=0} {x-8y+9z=0}}}{ }</m> <m 14>delim{|}{{1/N} sum{n=1}{N}{gamma(u_n)} - 1/{2 pi} int{0}{2 pi}{gamma(t) dt}}{|} <= epsilon/3</m>

which are shown as:

<m>S(f)(t)=a_{0}+sum{n=1}{+infty}{a_{n} cos(n omega t)+b_{n} sin(n omega t)}</m>

<m 8>delim{lbrace}{matrix{3}{1}{{3x-5y+z=0} {sqrt{2}x-7y+8z=0} {x-8y+9z=0}}}{ }</m>

<m 14>delim{|}{{1/N} sum{n=1}{N}{gamma(u_n)} - 1/{2 pi} int{0}{2 pi}{gamma(t) dt}}{|} ⇐ epsilon/3</m>

The preferred size is “14”

This is a style which is identical to LaTeX, only backslash is replaced by “#”. This is done as DokuWiki does not like backslash. This is done in the file “wikidoc/lib/plugins/mathmulti/syntax.php” (see the line with “Chekanov”).

<math>F_{s} = 2*4*#frac{x+y}{#sin(x)}</math>

Which shows:

<math>F_{s} = 2*4*#frac{x+y}{#sin(x)}</math>

The program requires http://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:math. and modified by S.Chekanov. CGI program is located in cgi-bin.

Use this style:

<ifauth !@member> <note important> Unregistered users have a limited access to this section. You can unlock advanced pages after becoming [[http://jwork.org/scavis/members/selock| a full member]]. </note> </ifauth> <ifauth @member,@admin,@editor> Read this protected area </ifauth>

This protects part of your text as shown below:

Unregistered users have a limited access to this section.
You can unlock advanced pages after becoming a full member.

This example shows how to make references. More details can be found http://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:refnotes:syntax

This is a sentence with a reference ^{1)}.

This is a sentence with a reference [(My first reference)]. ~~REFNOTES~~

Description

If you ever wonder “should I add this detail since it may be very interesting to some readers, or shouldn't I since it would complicate a first reading?”, then you may be interested in this plugin. Indeed, you'll just have to write

<hidden click here if you want to know more>Since you want to know more, here is an explanation with more details […]</hidden>

click here if you want to know more

click here if you want to know more

Since you want to know more, here is an explanation with more details […]

and the complicated explanation won't clutter up the page, but will still be readable.