# Math

$a_2$

Failed to parse (lexing error): \mbox{test a_2}

# Wiki Accounts

Please, send mail with your name, affiliation, address, and e-mail address to gregor@mcs.anl.gov. Include the keywords COG WIKI ACCOUNT in the subject line.

# Editing

Help for editing pages can be found here.

# Spellchecking

We found it more practical to spell check in an external editor and past and copy the document back into the Wiki page. This way you can also use your preferred editor. The best way would be t install google toolbar and use the spellchecker from there.

# Templates with Parameters

How do I do a template with parameters: Do an edit on this page and see how this template works. The template you find on the bottom. CHANGES.txt

# Tables

For tables simply use the prettytable template

``` {| {{prettytable}}
| a
| b
|}
```

will result in

 a b

# Files

It is possible to upload .doc .txt and .xls files to the wiki. To upload a file please use the following filenames:

```<projectname>-<filename>-<user>.<ending>
```

Do not use any _ and @ or other non ASCII or numerical characters in the filename. make all file names lower case

Example: Assume user Gregor likes to upload a file in the project MPIAB, this can be done as follows

```[[Media:mpiab-description-gregor.doc]]
```

WARNING: IN case you want to upload the same file again, you must make sure that your browser cache is completely deleted! If you want to make sure that its getting in and do not want to bother about it, simply add a version number before the . and delete the previous version.

To augment Wiki pages with tasks that need to be done, you can use:

``` <tasks> [ ] your task (Gregor) </tasks>
```

In the text the task will appear as

Restrictions are:

• Tasks need to be specified in a single line
• You can not use ( ) in the task description other than for the owner.
• If there is a full stop that must come before the username parentheses is opened ....

To include in your pages a list of tasks you can use

The software we use can be found at

# Icons

We use some icons to indicate when things need to be worked on or are broken.