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Re: Re: Mathematica TeX save in standard LaTeX style

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  • Subject: [mg57805] Re: [mg57785] Re: [mg57490] Mathematica TeX save in standard LaTeX style
  • From: frank <frank at kuesterei.ch>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 05:17:38 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <200505300100.VAA26769@smc.vnet.net> <200506080721.DAA11624@smc.vnet.net>
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"Dale R. Horton" <daleh at wolfram.com> wrote:

> TeX Export is designed to create a TeX document that looks like your 
> Mathematica notebook (or as close as possible given the many 
> differences between TeX and notebooks).
>
> By default, Mathematica uses StandardForm (e.g. Sin[x]). What you want 
> is called TraditionalForm (e.g. sin(x)).

I don't know what Rex wants, but I wouldn't want the Traditional form,
either.  I'd want $\sin x$ (with the $$ around the whole math
expression, or course).  But then how should Mathematica know that I'm
also happy with $\sin ax$, while I don't want $\sin \phi_0+\omega t$,
but rather $\sin (\phi_0+\omega t)$?

Regards, Frank
-- 
Frank Küster
Inst. f. Biochemie der Univ. Zürich
Debian Developer


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