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Re: Notebook==>>>TeX

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  • Subject: [mg3151] Re: Notebook==>>>TeX
  • From: ianc (Ian Collier)
  • Date: Fri, 9 Feb 1996 03:00:21 -0500
  • Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.
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In article <4f962l$dp3 at>, estadistica
<ma1estad at> wrote:

> Hello,
>  I woul like to generate a TeX file from a Mathematica *.ma notebook 
> file.
> ====>>>> file.tex
> Could you inform me if has anyone used the Art Ogawa Notebook-to-TeX 
> mentioned on the preface of Nancy Blachman book ???
> Has anybody done this, with similar product and could he?she kindly 
> share the experience with suppliers of necesary software ???
> Gracias a todos,

I think you mean nb2tex.

It is available on MathSource, Wolfram Research's electronic
library of Mathematica materials.

Here is a listing of the different platforms supported
along with the MathSource item numbers.

0203-779: Notebook to TeX Converter for DEC Platforms 
0203-791: Notebook to TeX Converter for Sun-3 Platforms 
0203-814: Notebook to TeX Converter for Macintosh 
0203-780: Notebook to TeX Converter for HP Platforms 
0203-803: Notebook to TeX Converter for Sun-4 Platforms 
0204-950: Notebook to TeX Converter for SGI Platforms 
0203-768: Notebook to TeX Converter for NeXT Platforms 
0204-949: Notebook to TeX Converter for IBM-RS6000 Platforms 

nb2tex is a Mathematica notebook to TeX file conversion utility. 
nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica notebooks to .tex 
files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to
individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex 

MathSource is accessible by email (mathsource at, 
by anonymous ftp/gopher ( and by 
World Wide Web (

I hope this helps.


Ian Collier
Wolfram Research, Inc.
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