Commit fd3b06b4 authored by Joseph Weston's avatar Joseph Weston
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fix typos in whatsnew

parent c691d182
......@@ -58,12 +58,12 @@ the following::
q = Q(psi)
j = J(psi)
See :doc:`../../tutorial/operators`
See the tutorial: :doc:`../../tutorial/operators`
Plotting of currents
--------------------
Quantities defined on system hoppings (e.g. currents calculated using
`~kwant.operator.current`) can be directly plotted as a streamplot over the
`~kwant.operator.Current`) can be directly plotted as a streamplot over the
system using `kwant.plotter.current`. This is similar to how
`kwant.plotter.map` can be used to plot quantities defined on sites.
The example below shows edge states of a quantum anomalous Hall phase
......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ related by symmetry. The discrete symmetries may be combined with conservation
laws, such that if different blocks of the Hamiltonian are related by a discrete
symmetry, the lead modes are computed to reflect this.
See the updated :doc:`../../tutorial/superconductors`
See the updated tutorial: :doc:`../../tutorial/superconductors`
Named parameters for value functions
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......@@ -142,7 +142,9 @@ The kernel polynomial method is now implemented within Kwant to obtain the
density of states or, more generally, the spectral density of a given operator
acting on a system or Hamiltonian.
See :doc:`../../reference/kwant.kpm`
See the tutorial: :doc:`../../tutorial/kpm`
See the reference documentation: :doc:`../../reference/kwant.kpm`
Finalizing builders with multiple translational symmetries
----------------------------------------------------------
......@@ -193,7 +195,8 @@ increased.
Pickling support
----------------
It is now possible to pickle and unpickle Kwant ``Builder`` and ``System``.
It is now possible to pickle and unpickle `~kwant.builder.Builder` and
`~kwant.system.System` instances.
Improved build configuration
----------------------------
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