How to use Quantpedia





Pretty self explanatory. This is the entrance to Quantpedia.


This is the meat and potatoes of Quantpedia and the main reason of our upgrade.

Quantpedia, in essence, is one huge knowledge dump. Our previous issue was that we had limited website space to keep everything organized and usable. Thanks to our new search function which you can see at the top of the “Portal” page this is no longer a problem.

While there are different categories separated by blocks, the main way of navigating will be through the search function and your browsers search function (ctrl+f)

The best way to use Quantpedia is on a desktop or laptop. We try to accommodate mobile users as best we can.

The search function

Our search function allows for content scanning. While you can use the browser’s search function (ctrl+f) to search for certain articles, Quantpedia’s search function allows you to search in all content available on the website.

If for example you are looking for articles or twitter threads regarding ODAP, you can simply search “odap” and all docs containing the word “odap” will be at your disposal.

Category blocks

The listed docs inside category blocks are sorted from new to old, top to bottom. At this moment (June 2021) content has been added randomly to get the website going, but over time, the newest content will always be available at the top of each category block.


Document pages themselves will always strive to hold the information you are looking for instead of a pure url to the location. The only reason we do this is to allow the Quantpedia search function to do it’s job.

Quantpedia will always try to embed the original content or link the original source at the top of every page. We strongly recommend you to go to the original source for the optimal reading experience as our content is imported as is with minimal layout/design/link corrections and to support the creators.

That being said, if any creator has an issue with this, please let any Council admin know and we will remove your content.