Okay, thanks! That works :)
It still seems wierd though, because the documentation gives the calling sequence as
Matrix(r, c, init, ro, sym, sc, sh, st, o, dt, f, a)
So if I am understanding things, "2" is taken as r (and assumed square if c is not defined), and then "(i,j)->..." is defining a function to initialize the values to. It doesn't throw the error because each element recieves numerical results from the function as apposed to a matrix-type/object (as before)? Not super important, I am just trying to understand the procedure so I can avoid similar in the future...
This Raises Some New Questions Though...
Why do elements (1,1) and (2,2) evaluate to non-zero values in the exponent? These elements should evaluate as exp (0) = 1, but they do not. I've upload changes as Wilson_Equation2.mw. I've also added units, to the worksheet to see how they work but Maple is doing something funny. It shows the Lambda definition for positions (1,2) and (2,1) as units * units (although the units clearly cancel out), and then it is omitting the units from lambda for (1,1) and (2,2) only correctly showing the denominator units. Any idea why??
Edit: my bad, please disregard additional questions. It looks like I added lambda[1,1] and lambda[2,2] definitions that overwrote the default values. Thanks again, cheers!