Draft tutorial on TeX/Mathematica

*To*: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu*Subject*: Draft tutorial on TeX/Mathematica*From*: dan at chem.bu.edu (Dan Dill)*Date*: Tue, 26 May 92 10:44:15 -0400*Cc*: dan at chem.bu.edu

Hi everyone. I have just placed a draft of a tutorial introduction to TeX/Mathematica in the anonymous ftp area of chem.bu.edu (128.197.30.18) in the compressed PostScript file /pub/tex-mathematica-2.0/tutorial.ps.Z. After fetching it (in binary mode) you can print it with zcat tutorial.ps.Z | lpr The draft is the basis of a talk I will give this Saturday (5/30/92) at the Mathematica conference in Boston. In talking with some on you it is clear that a tutorial introduction could be useful, especially for those who are not quite sure what TeX/Mathematica is and would like to see whether it is something they could use in their work with Mathematica. I'd be grateful for any comments and suggestions about how well this draft succeeds in this regard. Thanks Dan dan at chem.bu.edu