# The Azimuth Project Sandbox (Rev #93, changes)

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Every wiki needs a sandbox! Just click ‘Edit’ at the bottom left of the page, try stuff between the horizontal rules below (*** in the source), and hit ‘Submit’. Don’t worry about messing things up.

Every wiki needs a sandbox!

Just click ‘Edit’ at the bottom left of the page, try stuff between the horizontal rules below (*** in the source), and hit ‘Submit’. Don’t worry about messing things up.

1. Every wiki needs a sandbox! Just click ‘Edit’ at the bottom left of the page, try stuff between the horizontal rules below (*** in the source), and hit ‘Submit’. Don’t worry about messing things up.

2. Every wiki needs a sandbox! Just click ‘Edit’ at the bottom left of the page, try stuff between the horizontal rules below (*** in the source), and hit ‘Submit’. Don’t worry about messing things up.

You can do superscript like this 1024 and subscript like CO2. You can do superscript like this 1024 and subscript like this CO2. You can do superscript like this 1024 and subscript like CO2. You can do superscript like 1024 and subscript like CO2. You can do superscript like 1024 and subscript like CO2. You can do superscript like 1024 and subscript like CO2. You can do superscript like 1024 and subscript like CO2. You can do superscript like 1024 and subscript like CO2.

Or with math using dollars around the math like: $10^24$ or $CO_2$ but the HTML version looks better for simple expressions. Or with math using dollars around the math like: $10^24$ or $CO_2$ but the HTML version looks better for simple expressions. Or with math using dollars around the math like: $10^24$ or $CO_2$ but the HTML version looks better for simple expressions. Or with math using dollars around the math like: $10^24$ or $CO_2$ but the HTML version looks better for simple expressions.

How about a1. Where does it align vertically?

Experiments in El Niño detection and prediction

Azimuth code project

Azimuth Code Project

The Azimuth Code Project

New page? goes here.

### Pictures

You can include pictures. Doing this:

![picture](http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200704/r135574_457936.jpg)

gives you this:

Doing this:

<div align = "center"><img src = "http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200704/r135574_457936.jpg"></div>

gives you a centered picture:

If you type this:

[[Power law]]

you get a link to an Azimuth Project page:

Power law

The easy way to do a hyperlink to an arbitrary webpage:

arXiv on Nishimura

The hard way, using old-fashioned $\lt$a href$\gt$ syntax:

arXiv on Nishimura

A hyperlink to a page that already exists on the Azimuth Forum:

Forum Help

Another hyperlink to the same page with different text appearing in the document:

help

A hyperlink to a page that does not exist:

Nonexistent?

Essay writing

### Query boxes, standout boxes and quote boxes

You can do a ‘query box’:

Is it really true that the best way to prevent global warming is to stop drinking carbonated sodas?

You can do a ‘standout box’:

You can’t get a standout box to work in a standard Instiki installation, but Andrew has tweaked this one to make it possible!

And you can do a ‘quote box’:

Be the change you want in the world — Mahatma Gandhi

Various other weird boxes are possible too:

Instiki allows you to specify some CSS that gets added to each page. You need to copy this over from here to your own installation. See this post on the forum for details)

### Numbered lists

1. Here is the first item in the numbered list.

2. Here is the second item.

3. And here, unsurprisingly, is the third!

### Math formulas

You can do TeX here quite nicely: $\int_{0}^{1} \sin(3t) t^2 \mathrm{d}t$. For tons more, visit the nLab augmentine

### Numbered equations

This is the first equation (ever):

(1)$1+1 = 2 \,.$

What you have just witnessed was equation number (1). It’s all downhill from here, folks.

$x^y$

xx

$x^y$

### Stacks

This is a stack:

${{ \int} \atop {\Omega}}$

(of symbols, that is).

### Quotes containing equations

Here is a quote followed by some math mode

$E = m c^2$

To make the math mode part of the quote, it should be followed immediately by a following quote.

Even if it is a blank quote line

$E = m c^2$

Actually, looking at the source then the maths doesn’t get included in the blockquote.

Physical, chemical and geographical data

=–

url with ()

Colony collapse disorder

• reference to journal

: quote from that journal

• reference to journal

quote from that journal

• reference to journal

quote from that journal

• reference to journal

What happens here?

quote from that journal

Let’s have lots of quotes!

This is an example of the all-new special quote environment.

This is the old style quote environment.

trying some chemistry:

$\cf{(NH4)2S}$

### Tables

this columnthat columnthe other column
some strange information in this columnsomething a little morea last column
what happens if we
break our line
can wedo this?
<style type='text/css'> .ctable td { padding: 1em 1ex; } </style>
this columnthat columnthe other column
some strange information in this columnsomething a little morea last column
what happens if we
break our line
can wedo this?

embedding:

<iframe frameborder='0' scrolling='no' src='http://hascanvas.com/time/embed' style='width:600px;height:400px;'></iframe>

\$50 Some more $\TeX$ for those who forgot: $\R_+\times\R$ Attempt at an SVG image: Another SVG image: $x = 1$ [[Climate network]] [[prettify.css:file]] [[prettify.js:file]] [[oscillator.html]] Here we have$P$along with$ P' \$.

And outside of a paragraph: Here we have $P$ along with $P'$.

It’s markdown’s default behaviour not to look inside explicit XHTML tags. This can be altered using the pseudo-attribute markdown=&quot;1&quot;. Inside paragraph tags with that attribute, we have $P$ along with $P'$.

That’s odd, the double quote in the code got turned to entities and then escaped. Let’s try that again: markdown="1". Okay, it works there but not inside the explicit paragraph tags.

Here's a paragraph

with a div
in it.

Blog - Exploring linear regression on the El Ni&ntilde;o data?

Probability space

$E = m c^2$

Test

The new IPCC assessment report 5 (AR5) says about the lifetime of methane: >“A recent estimate of the CH4 tropospheric chemical lifetime with respect to OH constrained by methyl chloroform surface observations is 11.2 ± 1.3 years (Prather et al., 2012) . In addition, bacterial uptake in soils provides an additional small, less constrained loss (Fung et al., 1991) >; estimated lifetime = 120 ± 24 years (Prather et al., 2012) , with another small loss in the stratosphere (Ehhalt and Heidt, 1973) ; estimated life - >time = 150 ± 50 years (Prather et al., 2012) . Halogen chemistry in the troposphere also contributes to some tropospheric CH 4 loss (Allan et al., 2007) , estimated lifetime = 200 ± 100 years (Prather et al., 2012)”

methane trapping

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