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- Subject: [mg102329] Re: publicon
- From: divisor <congruentialuminaire at yahoo.com>
- Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 05:46:42 -0400 (EDT)
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Thanks for this info Larry.
I think what I wanted to type before was TeXSave (now obsolete
replaced with Export[..."TeX"]).
I know that ther are a few books that were mostly "formatted" in
Mathematica (the Navigator book & the MathStatica book come to mind).
And most of the publishing threads here talk about exporting to EPS
then to LaTeX or exporting MathML.
So, I would like to know:
Has anyone successfully converted a full Mathematica notebook using Export
or File-->SaveAs--> (name).tex and then pushed it over to a TeX
implmentation (e.g. LyX) and had this "look correct"?
Thanks in advance.
On Aug 4, 1:25 am, Larry Adelston <lar... at wolfram.com> wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> Please see my responses below.
> On Aug 3, 2009, at 4:46 AM, divisor wrote:
> > Hello Larry & MathGroup:
> > Does using Publicon obviate the need for LyX completely?
> Yes, if you are only trying to produce LaTeX formats that are
> supported by Publicon. However, Publicon is neither a TeX editor nor
> viewer. TeX is merely a document export format, and you may, at some
> point, need to edit the TeX output directly for publication (to
> finesse page breaks for example).
> > Can you say if Publicon will be subsumed under/inside TeXForm?
> No, TeXForm is used primarily for converting mathematical
> expressions one-by-one. If you want to export an entire document, you
> must use LaTeX export.
> > What does Publicon do with active elements (e.g. Manipulate, Dynamic
> > , et.al.)?
> Publicon is currently incompatible with these new active elements,
> they would have to be converted to static objects or graphics.
> > I did some testing with TeXFom and I found it cannot "eat"
> > Graphics3D
> > , let alone Dynamic. But it does process even amazingly
> > complicated formulas very nicely!
> > Regards..
> > Roger Williams
> > Franklin Laboratory
> > On Jun 30, 3:34 am, Larry Adelston <lar... at wolfram.com> wrote:
> >> On Jun 27, 2009, at 5:01 AM, alexxx.ma... at gmail.com wrote:
> >>> I just finished writing an article using LyX to have - as a final
> >>> product - a LaTeX file to submit.
> >>> Although I rather like LyX (http://www.lyx.org), since I use
> >>> Mathematica so much I was interested in seeing how well it
> >>> performs in
> >>> LaTeX production.
> >>>> From what I read in this group I see that I would need to buy
> >>> Publicon, but I have a couple of caveats - hope you can help me:
> >>> 1) from an old post, mathematica people recently stated (February
> >>> 2008, post by Steve Luttrell ) that:
> >>> "...we're still working on publicon. We all got sidetracked trying
> >>> to finish
> >>> M6, but now we're starting up again. We are actively coding a 1.1
> >>> release,
> >>> and after that we will be integrating it into Mathematica as a
> >>> paclet to
> >>> exploit v6 features, and also as a stand-alone app, Publicon v2."
> >>> any fresher news?
> >> We are continuing to support Publicon, and parts of it are currently
> >> being developed as native functionality in Mathematica. We may also
> >> continue to offer an updated standalone version based on Mathematica
> >> Player.
> >>> 2) most important, plain LaTeX export is useless without support for
> >>> document classes. Does Publicon supports them? I'm mostly looking
> >>> for
> >>> RevTex4, and IEEEtran. Moreover, it would be useless without the
> >>> possibility to add new classes on the fly: often conferences ask you
> >>> to download their class package...
> >> Publicon already supports export to RevTeX. And we are in the process
> >> of expanding Publicon's, as well as Mathematica's, LaTeX export and
> >> import capabilities.
> >> Your,
> >> Larry
> >>> thank you for any help...
> >>> alessandro
> >> __________________________________
> >> Larry Adelston
> >> Print Production Supervisor
> >> Wolfram Research Inc.
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