37 | | This will generate 6 curves: One for each component of the vector field, (vx^2^, vy^2^, vz^2^) as well as the total (v^2^) and the helmholtz decomposed fields (v_sol^2^ and v_div^2^). Note the total and the decomposed fields will be labeled {{{vx_total, vx_sol, & vx_div}}} though they have nothing to do with the 'x' direction. |

| 37 | This will generate 6 curves: One for each component of the vector field, (vx^2^, vy^2^, vz^2^) as well as the total (v^2^) and the helmholtz decomposed fields (v_sol^2^ and v_div^2^). Note the total and the decomposed fields will be labeled {{{vx_total, vx_sol, & vx_div}}} though they have nothing to do with the 'x' direction. Each curve represents the spectral energy density. So |

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| 39 | [[latex(\int \mathcal{E(\rho)}(k)dk = \int \rho^2 d^3x)]] |