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Re: Mathematica -> LaTeX

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Re: Mathematica -> LaTeX
  • From: dan at chem.bu.edu
  • Date: Wed, 05 May 93 09:26:03 -0400

Hi.

This may or may nit be helpful, but have a look at

	chem.bu.edu:/pub/tex-mathematica
	chem.bu.edu:/pub/tex-mathematica-update

Here's the text from the readme file there:

*******

TeX/Mathematicas 1.31 for Mathematica version 2.0
 
TeX/Mathematica is a set of tools that provide facilities of
Mathematica Notebooks in a UNIX environment, under GNU Emacs.  They
permit interaction between a text and a Mathematica buffer and, if
desired, the use of TeX/LaTeX to annotate Mathematica-based
explorations and programs.  Inclusion of Mathematica-generated
graphics in TeX/LaTeX documents printed using PostScript is
supported.  The tools also support the automatic generation of
Mathematica packages from Mathematica documents.
 
With these tools one can interactively develop and refine teaching and
research documents. The interactive nature of the tools encourages
Mathematica-based exploration as a natural part of the writing
process.

*******

The ...update area get things to 2.1.

Dan Dill
dan at chem.bu.edu





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