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  • Subject: [mg102386] Re:[mg102341] Re: [mg102329] Re: publicon
  • From: Larry Adelston <larrya at>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Aug 2009 05:32:20 -0400 (EDT)

Hi Roger,

We are in the process of integrating Publicon and Publicon-like  
features into future versions of Mathematica, but we can't offer  
specifics of what and when.


> From: "Yerex, Robert" <robert.yerex at>
> Date: August 6, 2009 6:30:23 AM EDT
> To: mathgroup at
> Subject: [mg102341] Re: [mg102329] Re: publicon
> Roger,
> I have actually started using Publicon as my principal tool for
> publication and it has gone well. The main drawback is that
> Mathematica
> and Publicon are not seamlessly integrated. It would be ideal for my
> situation if Publicon was an add-on to Mathematica rather than a
> separate package. In the end the issue is resolved by the fact that I
> have moved from developing directly in Mathematica to using Workbench
> (Eclipse) for writing Mathematica code, and then doing all my
> documentation in Publicon. I print to PDF with Adobe Distiller. I also
> would appreciate more templates for Publicon, or maybe a forum for
> exchanging them. I Have modified the American Mathematica Association
> template for submission to AEA, the American Economics Association.
> Dr. Robert P. Yerex, Ph.D., MBA
> Chief Economist
> Kronos Incorporated
> tel: 503 596 5015

Larry Adelston
Print Production Supervisor
Wolfram Research Inc.
email: larrya at
phone: 217-398-0700, ext.: 3204
fax: 217-398-0747

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