I'm currently writing a paper in mathematics.
In the beginning of the article I present a big list where each line consists of a sequences of numbers. Through the rest of the text I discuss whether certain subsequences are possible or not, so I must constantly refer to the list in the beginning.
Since this reference is made so repeatedly, I thought I'd better use different phrasings, instead of always writing "analyzing all sequences in List 1, etc."
How else can I state this? "Going through the list"? "searching through the list"? "perusing the list"?
My goal is to tell the reader to actually look at each line in the list and see it for himself.