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Can I enter tables or lists of values in the list of thermal conductivities with just one reference for the whole table or list (so far I have used the cumbersome method of putting a reference footnote for each value and that seems to be a waste of computer space).
- Hello, typically, if a list of consecutive entries have the same wource, you should be able to use one reference for them all. The only exception is if it unclear and someone objects. Thank you for your hard work. Happy Squirrel (talk) 16:59, 3 April 2016 (UTC)
I'm still not sure how to enter data in the List of Thermal Conductivities. For example if you look up Fused Quartz over there then some other contributor has started the second column with ...etc. What does that mean? Should I be putting fancy brackets and numbers like that?
What I always did was to just enter the values in one column and the the corresponding temperatures in the next column.
Am I doing something wrong? Should I be entering those fancy brackets and some numbers for something?
Please help me with... List of Thermal Conductivities.
My last question did not come out the way that I typed it. I was asking about some double brackets that are found in the wiki Markup and some Ntsh and etc for how other contributors have been formatting their contributions.
I don't know what that stuff means not whether I should be formatting that way nor how to do it.
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Your Teahouse question was archived, but I thought it was necessary to respond to something you said. It doesn't matter who created the article. No one owns an article here. If it is appropriate to change the name of the article, and sometimes this requires discussion, then it should be done. See WP:RM#CM.— Vchimpanzee • talk • contributions • 18:54, 29 April 2016 (UTC)
- Thank you. As far as I can tell this encyclopedia needs more than one list of thermal conductivities. The short list will deprive the critical minority of the information that they really need to understand even long established technologies, and from blast furnace to steam turbine, quite apart from any consideration for future technologies and current proposals, or the earth itself, and the longer version is inconvenient to the majority who want easy answers to simple questions with a sortable list. Can you advise me on how to found or start a new article?Patriot1423 (talk) 23:34, 30 April 2016 (UTC)
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==Hello, can anyone help me with this? Is the bot right? If so, can I revert back to what the bot did before I put it back to my own way? (I didn't realize that it was I myself who must have divided the air and vacuum sectioin into two sections and also stuck a footnote on the label for the material Aluminum).Patriot1423 (talk) 18:29, 9 January 2019 (UTC)