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Plot the Sin function at integer points: MatrixPlot[Table[Sin[x y/100], {x, -50, 50}, {y, -50, 50}]] Any symbol can be used with any physical quantity without restriction: QuantityVariable["I", "ElectricPotential"] Values automatically threads over lists, but not associations: Values[{<|a -> x, b -> y|>, <|a -> <|1 -> i, 2 -> j|>, b -> y|>}] 

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