In the LMFDB, we aim for every object to have its own homepage. Note the following features:

Knowls: Interspersed throughout the LMFDB are underlined words. These words represent knowls, which are bits of context free information. A knowl is identified by a word or phrase underlined with a dotted line. Clicking on a knowl brings up a box of text containing information about the object. Clicking on the knowl a second time will retract the box of text.

Navigating:

Properties: On the upper right hand side of a homepage for an object there is often a box containing specific properties of the object. This box can be closed and opened by clicking on the vertical arrow.

Related Objects: Often below the properties box in the upper right hand side of a homepage for an object is a box containing links to the homepages of directly related objects.

Formulas: You can double click on any formula to zoom in on it, and click again to hide the zoom box. Right-clicking on a formula will open up a context menu. From there, you may select "Show Math As" and choose "TeX Commands" in order to copy/paste the formula.

Zeros of L-functions Search: For each L-function in the database we have identified the lowest zero above the real axis. It is believed that the value of this zero uniquely identifies an L-function. This gives an interesting and useful way of identifying an L-function.

Knowledge Database: Through the navigation bar you can access the Knowledge Database, which contains all current knowls. The knowls may be searched using knowl IDs, desptiptions, keywords, or #hashtags. The knowls may also be browsed by category or alphabetical order.

Downloading: You may download available large data sets, for example moment polynomials of the zeta function. Some data is available to download within a page, while other data may be obtained through a link in the navigation bar.

Accounts and Uploading: If you'd like to get involved in this project, for example uploading data or creating and editing knowls, we encourage you to request an account. You may request an account by clicking on login in the upper right side of the header, or Upload your data here in the toolbar. If you have an account, you can request to upload data potentially useful for this site.

Feedback: If you encounter any issues or problems while using the LMFDB, please click on Feedback in the upper right hand corner of the header to file a report.