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From Mathematica Notebook into Native Latex
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg28957] From Mathematica Notebook into Native Latex
*From*: bartb at ucla.edu (Bart Bortnik)
*Date*: Wed, 23 May 2001 01:54:26 -0400 (EDT)
*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Is there a way to convert my Mathematica 4.0 Notebook into native
LaTeX? I am aware that Mathematica has an export feature, but sadly
this feature requires virtual fonts and Mathametica specific packages
and macros. Even doing a simple //TexForm on my formula cells yeilds
a TeX expression that is dependent on those Mathematica
packagees/macros. What I would like to do is to export a notebook to
strait LaTeX without the dependency on notebook2e.sty...
I don't think it should be a complicated task. The
title/section/subsection/equation formatting of a LaTex document and a
Mathematica Notebook are almost identical. I understand that I would
lose the fonts that Mathematica uses, but I think alot of flexibility
would be gained.
I've also tried to save the notebook as MathML and convert it to TeX
from there using Jade, but this solution is incomplete. I am
currently running Mathematica under Windows and use MikTeX, though I
have a Linux Box around as well.
If you know an easy way to convert a mathematica notebook into
straight LaTeX, I would be very grateful if you would pass on your
wisdom.
Thanks,
Bart J. Bortnik
Engineering Physics, UCLA
bartb at ucla.edu
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