I found the very useful library

and was able to use it to generate the Taylor series coefficients for a problem I was working on.

I thought to myself this would be a really cool thing to implement in Symbolics, just for fun, and immediately got into trouble

the goal: create a function to generate a Taylor series by generating the derivatives of a function and returning the coefficients of that Taylor series, and for bonus points return a function which can be evaluated in code.

As i pointed out this can all be done with the TaylorSeries package, this is a learning experience for me, and I thought it might be useful to others.

I did the obvious thing, trying to generate the 1st derivative:

```
using Symbolics
function main()
@variables x
f(x) = log(1+x)
df = Symbolics.derivative(f(x),x)
println(df)
# @syms df(x)
println(df(2))
println(df(3))
end
main()
```

and saw:

```
(1 + x)^-1
ERROR: LoadError: Sym (1 + x)^-1 is not callable. Use @syms (1 + x)^-1(var1, var2,...) to create it as a callable.
ste code here
```

I then tried a *bunch* of stuff based what i was reading in the documentation to try and get df(2) and df(3) to yield a numeric value but the best i could ever do was get βdf(2)β and βdf(3)β to print.

hoping i could get some advice and how to move this further along.

thank you!