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Re: Typographical niceties

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  • Subject: [mg61631] Re: [mg61614] Typographical niceties
  • From: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 01:44:26 -0400 (EDT)
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I would guess that someone has written a package to take care of this.
Look at either Publicon or search

On 10/23/05, Ben Kovitz <bkovitz at> wrote:
> A question for the people who write theses, mathematical and scientific
> papers, etc. using Mathematica as their word processor:
> Do you give up traditional typographical niceties like having cos(x)^2
> rendered as cos^2 x with cos in roman font?
> It seems that Mathematica's "traditional" output is still somewhat
> non-traditional in that the total differentiation operator is not an
> ordinary roman d, functions are always rendered with parentheses,
> variables multiplied together like xy come out with a small space
> between them, etc.  Or is there some easy way around this?
> Ben Kovitz
> Humboldt State University


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