Mathematica’s Documentation Center may be accessed by selecting Documentation Center from the Help menu. By 2007, the documentation for Mathematica had expanded beyond the bounds of print, with a total of more than 10,000 pages. Indeed it's probably got the lowest barrier to entry given that it's semi-battle-tested by WRI. As usual, it's exposition of something I spent a while developing and have cooked into one of my packages . After that, the main issue was simply making sure all the appropriate resources are deployed, and then we're good to go. These facilities are (as of when I wrote this package) limited to 11.0-style documentation, but that's more than good enough for most things. What does make this powerful is how it allows us to now automatically generate documentation, as all we need to do it extract parameters from a Symbol or context and feed them into this type of template. With these documentation paclets in hand, we can go one step further and build a paclet server for our documentation (see the refresher link for paclets for a refresher on paclet servers, too). Technology-enabling science of the computational universe. Now that we know what kinds of things we need to include we can move to how to include them. The first and second, however, are a little bit trickier. In[1]:= 2+ 2 Out[1]= 4 You should realize that notebooks are part of the "front end" to Mathematica. You can also enter commands from within the Documentation Center. This also rewards good package design as the better ones definition patterns are, the clearer the documentation built will be. The last one is easy using the paclet manager and a paclet server. It doesn't always stay up-to-date (as of writing this the documentation it builds by default is still on version 11.0) and by using it we lose the edge of our knowledge of Mathematica. Workbench is Wolfram's primary IDE. The first place any documentation starts is as a documentation template. Instead of going directly to the Documentation Center, I would recommend using the Function Navigator and Virtual Book to help you to find what you are looking for in the documentation. Alternately DocGen also support deploying built HTML automatically, which we can see in the "Methods" : The best way to do this is passing the directory with all the HTML: We can take this a step further though, and build a wrapper around this type of functionality to get it to upload. This is the Mathematica documentation viewer. The Mathematica package file provided with Time Series is Timeg Series.m. Organized by functionality and usage. Learn how, Wolfram Natural Language Understanding System, Knowledge Representation & Natural Language, Scientific and Medical Data & Computation, WSTP (Wolfram Symbolic Transfer Protocol). Demandez a Mathematica de calculer cette expression par l’ordre : A[q ] :=Integrate[Exp[-I 2 Pi q x], {x, -a/2, a/2 }] (le sens du := et du q sera donn´e plus tard), puis taper Shift+Entre´e pour ex´ecuter cette commande. In fact, this template system may even be a little bit worse than Workbench's DocuTools (although significantly less bloated and quicker to use). Mathematica (Versions: 10 & 11) Wolfram, Inc. - Features: • Mathematica is a technical computation application or Windows, Macintosh & Linux • Wolfram Alpha Pro: Computational knowledge engine. In Mathematica documentation, "dialogs" with Mathematica are shown in the following way: With a notebook interface, you just type in 2+. Find books . So instead of "MyPaclet" we'll call it "Documentation_MyPaclet" to make it obvious where it comes from. I've built this into DocGen as a method. Drawn from the in-product documentation of Mathematica, the 23-title Tutorial Collection gives users targeted instruction on the functions, capabilities, and unified architecture of the Mathematica system. I set up a server for all the documentation I've built here which looks like: People can then install pieces of documentation from there, like: And they'll be immediately ready to use in Mathematica. This creates a site where we can browse all of the exposed documentation, much like the paclet server we had before: Generated by Download books for free. We can make a new one for a Symbol Page like: We can simply type in this notebook to add content. The main thing I needed to do was apply a thorough cleaning to the documentation pages I generated to make sure the finicky package that actually generates the HTML (called Transmogrify which is in turn called by a higher-level package called DocumentationBuild ) won't hang when it reaches a directive it doesn't know how to process.