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We suggest to provide code or pseudocode whenever possible.
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Standardized format to provide Python or Sage code for statistics
# User provided code
def statistic(x):
    # Your code
    return value_at_x
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Bulleted lists
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  * Subitem 1
* Item 2
[[target|linktext]]   target must start with http://, https:// or with www.
Links to statistics in the database
Links to arXiv papers
new: [[arxiv:1401.3690]], old: [[arXiv:math/0011099]]
Links to MathSciNet reviews
[[mathscinet:3113227]] or [[MR3113227]]
Links to zbMATH (formerly: Zentralblatt) reviews
Links to OEIS sequences
Links to MathOverflow questions and answers
[[mathoverflow:132338]] or [[MO132338]]
Links to Wikipedia articles
Links to Mathworld articles
Digital Object Identifiers
CiteSeerX Identifiers