Is there any special package should be used?
Hi all,
May I get help in how to label system of equations?
I usually use the following
\begin{equation}\label{eqn:TW}
\begin{split}
u_{t}& =u_{xx}+f(u,v),\\
v_{t}& =g(u,v),
\end{split}
\end{equation}
I would like here to get a lebel but not number as usual I want it something different. For example, instead of getting (1) I would like to get (TW) as a lebel.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
RainyCloud
Hi RainyCloud,
because there was no answer to your question perhaps it's still useful for you: the \tag command of amsmath does what you were looking for. With your example:
You don't need an additional package because you're already using amsmath. There's a starred version \tag* that's not using parentheses by default.Code:\begin{equation}\label{eqn:TW} \begin{split} u_{t}& =u_{xx}+f(u,v),\\ v_{t}& =g(u,v), \end{split}\tag{RW} \end{equation}
Stefan