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Re: Using Mathematica to Create Technical Documents

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  • Subject: [mg21428] Re: Using Mathematica to Create Technical Documents
  • From: "Tony Duffy" <tduffy at>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 00:20:39 -0500 (EST)
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A great resource for "all things Mathematica" would be the SStreams website.
They have great reference material (books, programs, usergroups, events,
etc.) for Mathematica and other math related software packages.

If you can't find it here, I don't know where else to send you.

Good luck!

Patrick Keith-Hynes <pkh at> wrote in message
news:851dn1$43k at
> Hello,
> I have been starting to play around with Mathematica 4.0.  I am looking
> a good, introductory level book on Mathematica with some really basic step
> by step examples.  I am particularly interested in "tricks of the trade"
> use Mathematica to create technical documentation.
> Thanks for your help,
> Patrick Keith-Hynes
> pkh at

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