Use Mathematica and expand the result into to obsidian

Use case or problem

I know that lots of us are using obsidian to take notes. And I saw the blog here How I’m able to take notes in mathematics lectures using LaTeX and Vim | Gilles Castel. the paragraph titled "sympy and Mathematica"described how to use sympy or mathematica together with text expander to quicly input the result of some equation. Which is really cool and efficient and if this can be realized, surly lots of people will benefit from it.
I know that there are plugins like “Execute code”, that enables you to run code in obsidian , but they can’t enter the result of the program into the notes.

Proposed solution

Since Wolframe provieds a free “wolframscript” which works well with any text editor such as vscode, or even the terminal, I strongly recommend developing an API that connects wolfram and obsidian. It would be better if it can work in editing mode.

Current workaround (optional)

Currently I am using the plugin “Execut code” and python. but they are still testing it.

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