Re: Notebook==>>>TeX

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg3168] Re: Notebook==>>>TeX*From*: News Owner <news at rigel.rz.uni-ulm.de>*Date*: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 02:27:31 -0500*Organization*: Uni Ulm*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

In article <4fccqo$9ea at dragonfly.wolfram.com> ianc at wolfram.com (Ian Collier) writes: >From: ianc at wolfram.com (Ian Collier) To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net >Subject: Re: Notebok==>>>TeX >Date: 8 Feb 1996 08:38:48 GMT >In article <4f962l$dp3 at dragonfly.wolfram.com>, estadistica ><ma1estad at uco.es> wrote: >> Hello, >> I woul like to generate a TeX file from a Mathematica *.ma notebook >> file. >> >> file.ma ====>>>> file.tex >> >> Could you inform me if has anyone used the Art Ogawa Notebook-to-TeX >> mentioned on the preface of Nancy Blachman book ??? >> >> Has anybody done this, with similar product and could he?she kindly >> share the experience with suppliers of necesary software ??? >> >> Gracias a todos, >> >I think you mean nb2tex. >I hope this helps. >--Ian >----------------------------------------------------------- >Ian Collier >Wolfram Research, Inc. >----------------------------------------------------------- >tel:(217) 398-0700 fax:(217) 398-0747 ianc at wolfram.com >Wolfram Research Home Page: http://www.wolfram.com/ >----------------------------------------------------------- I'd like to add csnb2tex, also on MathSource ( find "Smith" ), which converts Mma notebooks to LaTeX. It usually works better for me, because it uses fairly standard LaTeX files, without the rather unusual formatting nb2tex uses. IMO nb2tex works only with a minimum of effort, if one wants to simply recreate the onescreen Notebook, while csnb2tex is better for papers and articles. Lars Hohmuth Sektion NMR Uni Ulm Germany <lars.hohmuth at physik.uni-ulm.de> ==== [MESSAGE SEPARATOR] ====