## Importing data from Mathematica's notebooks

In Mathematica, it is very convenient to transfer the formulas that you have used in other notebooks. This is done using the `ImportNotebook`

function.

For example, let's create a new document using the `CreateDocument`

function:

We have created a document in which there are only two cells to calculate—the root of `16`

and the root of `-6`

. This is a test example to demonstrate the function's capabilities. As a result, we get the following notebook:

Let's consider import options with the help of the `NotebookImport`

function. In order to import all the notebook's parameters, just call `NotebookImport`

with the `"_"`

parameter:

In order to convert the values to text, you can use the `_->"Text"`

rule:

### Note

Arrows and double square brackets are input with the help of the following combination of keys: *Esc - >Esc.*

Let's use the `"Input" `

parameter to get a list of cells with input data:

To import only the computed cells, you need to use the `"Input"`

`->`

`"InputText"`

...