1. LaTeX and friends [electronic resource] [2012]
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"Overleaf is a new collaborative writing and publishing system developed by the team behind the popular WriteLaTeX editor. Overleaf is designed to make the process of writing, editing and producing scientific papers much quicker for both authors and publishers."
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5. The LaTeX graphics companion [2008]
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 xxxiv, 925 p., xvi p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
 List of Figures xvii List of Tables xxi Preface xxvWhy LATEX, and why PostScript? xxvi How this book is arranged xxvii Typographic conventions xxix Using the examples xxxi Finding all those packages and programs xxxiii Chapter 1: Graphics with LATEX 11.1 Graphics systems and typesetting 2 1.2 Drawing types 3 1.3 TEX's interfaces 6 1.4 Graphics languages 10 1.5 Choosing a package 21Chapter 2: Standard LATEX Interfaces 232.1 Inclusion of graphics files 23 2.2 Manipulating graphical objects 36 2.3 Line graphics 42Chapter 3: METAFONT and METAPOST: TEX's Mates 513.1 The META language 52 3.2 Differences between METAPOST and METAFONT 60 3.3 Running the META programs 68 3.4 Some basic METAPOST libraries 74 3.5 The METAOBJ package 80 3.6 TEX interfaces: getting the best of both worlds 120 3.7 From METAPOST and to METAPOST 137 3.8 The future of METAPOST 138Chapter 4: METAPOST Applications 1414.1 A drawing toolkit 141 4.2 Representing data with graphs 157 4.3 Diagrams 176 4.4 Geometry 189 4.5 Science and engineering applications 196 4.6 3D extensions 207Chapter 5: Harnessing PostScript Inside LATEX: PSTricks 2135.1 The components of PSTricks 214 5.2 Setting keywords, lengths, and coordinates 217 5.3 The pspicture environment 220 5.4 The coordinate system 223 5.5 Grids 224 5.6 Lines and polygons 231 5.7 Circles, ellipses, and curves 240 5.8 Dots and symbols 249 5.9 Filling areas 53 5.10 Arrows 259 5.11 Labels 265 5.12 Boxes 269 5.13 User styles and objects 279 5.14 Coordinates 296 5.15 The PSTricks core 302Chapter 6: The Main PSTricks Packages 3136.1 pstplotPlotting functions and data 313 6.2 pstnodeNodes and connections 334 6.3 psttreeTypesetting trees 366 6.4 pstfillFilling and tiling 383 6.5 pst3dShadows, tilting, and threedimensional representations 388 6.6 pst3d plot3D parallel projections of functions and data 400 6.7 Short overview of other PSTricks packages 417 6.8 Summary of PSTricks commands and keywords 459Chapter 7: The XYpic Package 4677.1 Introducing XYpic 467 7.2 Basic constructs 469 7.3 Extensions 474 7.4 Features 478 7.5 Further examples 509Chapter 8: Applications in Science, Technology, and Medicine 5118.1 Typographical rules for scientific texts 512 8.2 Typesetting chemical formulae 518 8.3 Alignment and topology plots in bioinformatics 547 8.4 Drawing Feynman diagrams 555 8.5 Typesetting timing diagrams 572 8.6 Electronics and optics circuits 576Chapter 9: PreparingMusic Scores 5879.1 Using TEX for scoresAn overview 589 9.2 Using MusiXTEX 590 9.3 abc2mtexEasy writing of tunes 600 9.4 Preprocessors for MusiXTEX 615 9.5 The PMX preprocessor 618 9.6 MTxMusic fromTeXt 651 9.7 The music engraver LilyPond 661 9.8 TEXmuseTEX and METAFONT working together 666Chapter 10: Playing Games 66710.1 Chess 668 10.2 XiangqiChinese chess 687 10.3 Go 690 10.4 Backgammon 696 10.5 Card games 698 10.6 Crosswords in various forms 702 10.7 Sudokus 709Chapter 11: The World of Color 71311.1 An introduction to color 714 11.2 Colors with LATEXThe color and xcolor packages 719 11.3 Coloring tables 737 11.4 Color slides with LATEXThe beamer class 752Appendix A: Producing PDF from Various Sources 797A.1 dvipdfm and dvipdfmx 798 A.2 pstpdfFrom PostScript to PDF 800 A.3 Generating PDF from LATEX 803Apendix B: LATEX Software and User Group Information 809B.1 Getting help 809 B.2 How to get those TEX files? 810 B.3 Using CTAN 810 B.4 Finding the documentation on your TEX system 815 B.5 TEX user groups 817Bibliography 819Indexes 835General Index 837 METAFONT and METAPOST 879 PSTricks 897 XYpic 919 People 924.
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 List of Figures xvii List of Tables xxi Preface xxvWhy LATEX, and why PostScript? xxvi How this book is arranged xxvii Typographic conventions xxix Using the examples xxxi Finding all those packages and programs xxxiii Chapter 1: Graphics with LATEX 11.1 Graphics systems and typesetting 2 1.2 Drawing types 3 1.3 TEX's interfaces 6 1.4 Graphics languages 10 1.5 Choosing a package 21Chapter 2: Standard LATEX Interfaces 232.1 Inclusion of graphics files 23 2.2 Manipulating graphical objects 36 2.3 Line graphics 42Chapter 3: METAFONT and METAPOST: TEX's Mates 513.1 The META language 52 3.2 Differences between METAPOST and METAFONT 60 3.3 Running the META programs 68 3.4 Some basic METAPOST libraries 74 3.5 The METAOBJ package 80 3.6 TEX interfaces: getting the best of both worlds 120 3.7 From METAPOST and to METAPOST 137 3.8 The future of METAPOST 138Chapter 4: METAPOST Applications 1414.1 A drawing toolkit 141 4.2 Representing data with graphs 157 4.3 Diagrams 176 4.4 Geometry 189 4.5 Science and engineering applications 196 4.6 3D extensions 207Chapter 5: Harnessing PostScript Inside LATEX: PSTricks 2135.1 The components of PSTricks 214 5.2 Setting keywords, lengths, and coordinates 217 5.3 The pspicture environment 220 5.4 The coordinate system 223 5.5 Grids 224 5.6 Lines and polygons 231 5.7 Circles, ellipses, and curves 240 5.8 Dots and symbols 249 5.9 Filling areas 53 5.10 Arrows 259 5.11 Labels 265 5.12 Boxes 269 5.13 User styles and objects 279 5.14 Coordinates 296 5.15 The PSTricks core 302Chapter 6: The Main PSTricks Packages 3136.1 pstplotPlotting functions and data 313 6.2 pstnodeNodes and connections 334 6.3 psttreeTypesetting trees 366 6.4 pstfillFilling and tiling 383 6.5 pst3dShadows, tilting, and threedimensional representations 388 6.6 pst3d plot3D parallel projections of functions and data 400 6.7 Short overview of other PSTricks packages 417 6.8 Summary of PSTricks commands and keywords 459Chapter 7: The XYpic Package 4677.1 Introducing XYpic 467 7.2 Basic constructs 469 7.3 Extensions 474 7.4 Features 478 7.5 Further examples 509Chapter 8: Applications in Science, Technology, and Medicine 5118.1 Typographical rules for scientific texts 512 8.2 Typesetting chemical formulae 518 8.3 Alignment and topology plots in bioinformatics 547 8.4 Drawing Feynman diagrams 555 8.5 Typesetting timing diagrams 572 8.6 Electronics and optics circuits 576Chapter 9: PreparingMusic Scores 5879.1 Using TEX for scoresAn overview 589 9.2 Using MusiXTEX 590 9.3 abc2mtexEasy writing of tunes 600 9.4 Preprocessors for MusiXTEX 615 9.5 The PMX preprocessor 618 9.6 MTxMusic fromTeXt 651 9.7 The music engraver LilyPond 661 9.8 TEXmuseTEX and METAFONT working together 666Chapter 10: Playing Games 66710.1 Chess 668 10.2 XiangqiChinese chess 687 10.3 Go 690 10.4 Backgammon 696 10.5 Card games 698 10.6 Crosswords in various forms 702 10.7 Sudokus 709Chapter 11: The World of Color 71311.1 An introduction to color 714 11.2 Colors with LATEXThe color and xcolor packages 719 11.3 Coloring tables 737 11.4 Color slides with LATEXThe beamer class 752Appendix A: Producing PDF from Various Sources 797A.1 dvipdfm and dvipdfmx 798 A.2 pstpdfFrom PostScript to PDF 800 A.3 Generating PDF from LATEX 803Apendix B: LATEX Software and User Group Information 809B.1 Getting help 809 B.2 How to get those TEX files? 810 B.3 Using CTAN 810 B.4 Finding the documentation on your TEX system 815 B.5 TEX user groups 817Bibliography 819Indexes 835General Index 837 METAFONT and METAPOST 879 PSTricks 897 XYpic 919 People 924.
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7. Guide to LATEX [2004]
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 xii, 597 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CDROM (4 3/4 in.)
 Preface. I. BASICS. 1. Introduction. Just what is LaTeX? Markup Languages. TEX and its offspring. How to use this book. Basics of a LaTeX file. TEX processing procedure. Sample LaTeX file. 2. Text, Symbols, and Commands. Command names and arguments. Environments. Declarations. Lengths. Special characters. Exercises. Finetuning text. Word division. 3. Document Layout and Organization. Document class. Page style. Parts of the document. Table of contents. 4. Displaying Text. Changing font style. Centering and indenting. Lists. Generalized lists. Theoremlike declarations. Printing literal text. Comments within text. 5. Text in Boxes. Boxes. Footnotes and marginal notes. 6. Tables. Tabulator stops. Tables. 7. Mathematical Formulas. Mathematical environments. Main elements of math mode. Mathematical symbols. Additional elements. Finetuning mathematics. Beyond standard LaTeX. 8. Graphics Inclusion and Color. The graphics packages. Adding color. 9. Floating tables and figures. Float placement. Postponing floats. Style parameters for floats. Float captions. Float examples. References to figures and tables in text. Some float packages. 10. User Customizations. Counters. Lengths. Userdefined commands. Userdefined environments. Some comments on userdefined structures. II. BEYOND THE BASICS. 11. Document Management. Processing parts of a document. Intext references. Bibliographies. Keyword index. 12. Bibliographic Databases and BibTeX. The BibTeX program. Creating a bibliographic database. Customizing bibliography styles. 13. PostScript and PDF. LaTeX and PostScript. Portable Document Format. 14. Multilingual LaTeX. The babel system. Contents of the language.dat file. 15. Math Extensions with AMSLaTeX. Invoking AMSLaTeX. Standard features of AMSLaTeX. Further AMSLaTeX packages. The AMS fonts. 16. Drawing with LaTeX. The picture environment. Extended pictures. Other drawing packages. 17. Presentation Material. Slide production with slides class. Slide production with seminar. Slide production with the prosper class. Electronic documents for screen viewing. Special effects with PDF. 18. Letters. The LaTeX letter class. A house letter style. A model letter customization. APPENDICES. A: The New Font Selection Scheme. Font attributes under NFSS. Simplified font selection. Font encoding. B: Installing and Maintaining LaTeX. Installing LaTeX. Obtaining the Adobe euro fonts. TeX directory structure. The CTAN servers. Additional standard files. The various LaTeX files. C: Error Messages. Basic structure of error messages. Some sample errors. List of LaTeX error messages. TeX error messages. Warnings. Search for subtle errors. D: LaTeX Programming. Class and package files. LaTeX programming commands. Changing preprogrammed text. Direct typing of special letters. Alternatives for special symbols. Managing code and documentation. E. LaTeX and the World Wide Web. Converting to HTML. The Extensible Markup Language: XML. F: Obsolete LaTeX. The 2.09 preamble. Font selection. Obsolete means obsolete. G: Command Summary. Brief description of the LaTeX commands. Summary tables and figures. Bibliography. Index. 0321173856T11132003.
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 Preface. I. BASICS. 1. Introduction. Just what is LaTeX? Markup Languages. TEX and its offspring. How to use this book. Basics of a LaTeX file. TEX processing procedure. Sample LaTeX file. 2. Text, Symbols, and Commands. Command names and arguments. Environments. Declarations. Lengths. Special characters. Exercises. Finetuning text. Word division. 3. Document Layout and Organization. Document class. Page style. Parts of the document. Table of contents. 4. Displaying Text. Changing font style. Centering and indenting. Lists. Generalized lists. Theoremlike declarations. Printing literal text. Comments within text. 5. Text in Boxes. Boxes. Footnotes and marginal notes. 6. Tables. Tabulator stops. Tables. 7. Mathematical Formulas. Mathematical environments. Main elements of math mode. Mathematical symbols. Additional elements. Finetuning mathematics. Beyond standard LaTeX. 8. Graphics Inclusion and Color. The graphics packages. Adding color. 9. Floating tables and figures. Float placement. Postponing floats. Style parameters for floats. Float captions. Float examples. References to figures and tables in text. Some float packages. 10. User Customizations. Counters. Lengths. Userdefined commands. Userdefined environments. Some comments on userdefined structures. II. BEYOND THE BASICS. 11. Document Management. Processing parts of a document. Intext references. Bibliographies. Keyword index. 12. Bibliographic Databases and BibTeX. The BibTeX program. Creating a bibliographic database. Customizing bibliography styles. 13. PostScript and PDF. LaTeX and PostScript. Portable Document Format. 14. Multilingual LaTeX. The babel system. Contents of the language.dat file. 15. Math Extensions with AMSLaTeX. Invoking AMSLaTeX. Standard features of AMSLaTeX. Further AMSLaTeX packages. The AMS fonts. 16. Drawing with LaTeX. The picture environment. Extended pictures. Other drawing packages. 17. Presentation Material. Slide production with slides class. Slide production with seminar. Slide production with the prosper class. Electronic documents for screen viewing. Special effects with PDF. 18. Letters. The LaTeX letter class. A house letter style. A model letter customization. APPENDICES. A: The New Font Selection Scheme. Font attributes under NFSS. Simplified font selection. Font encoding. B: Installing and Maintaining LaTeX. Installing LaTeX. Obtaining the Adobe euro fonts. TeX directory structure. The CTAN servers. Additional standard files. The various LaTeX files. C: Error Messages. Basic structure of error messages. Some sample errors. List of LaTeX error messages. TeX error messages. Warnings. Search for subtle errors. D: LaTeX Programming. Class and package files. LaTeX programming commands. Changing preprogrammed text. Direct typing of special letters. Alternatives for special symbols. Managing code and documentation. E. LaTeX and the World Wide Web. Converting to HTML. The Extensible Markup Language: XML. F: Obsolete LaTeX. The 2.09 preamble. Font selection. Obsolete means obsolete. G: Command Summary. Brief description of the LaTeX commands. Summary tables and figures. Bibliography. Index. 0321173856T11132003.
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8. The LaTeX companion [2004]
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 xxvii, 1090 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CDROM (4 3/4 in.)
 List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. 1. Introduction. A brief history. Today's system. Working with this book. 2. The Structure of a LATEX Document. The structure of a source file. Sectioning commands. Table of contents structures. Managing references. 3. Basic Formatting Tools. Phrases and paragraphs. Footnotes, endnotes, and marginals. List structures. Simulating typed text. Lines and columns. 4. The Layout of the Page. Geometrical dimensions of the layout. Changing the layout. Dynamic page data: page numbers and marks. Page styles. Visual formatting. Doing layout with class. 5. Tabular Material. Standard LaTEX environments. arrayExtending the tabular environments. Calculating column widths. Multipage tabular material. Color in tables. Customizing table rules and spacing. Further extensions. Footnotes in tabular material. Applications. 6. Mastering Floats. Understanding float parameters. Float placement control. Extensions to LaTEX's float concept. Inline floats. Controlling the float caption. 7. Fonts and Encodings. Introduction. Understanding font characteristics. Using fonts in text. Using fonts in math. Standard LaTEX font support. PSNFSSPostScript fonts with LaTEX. Acollection of font packages. The LaTEX world of symbols. The lowlevel interface. Setting up new fonts. LaTEX's encoding models. Compatibility packages for very old documents. 8. Higher Mathematics. Introduction to AMSLaTEX. Display and alignment structures for equations. Matrixlike environments. Compound structures and decorations. Variable symbol commands. Words in mathematics. Finetuning the mathematical layout. Fonts in formulas. Symbols in formulas. 9. LATEX in a Multilingual Environment. TEX and nonEnglish languages. The babel user interface. User commands provided by language options. Support for nonLatin alphabets. Tailoring babel. Other approaches. 10. Graphics Generation and Manipulation. Producing portable graphics and ornaments. LaTEX's devicedependent graphics support. Manipulating graphical objects in LaTEX. Display languages: PostScript, PDF, and SVG. 11. Index Generation. Syntax of the index entries. makeindexA program to format and sort indexes. xindyAn alternative to MakeIndex. Enhancing the index with LaTEX features. 12. Managing Citations. Introduction. The numberonly system. The authordate system. The authornumber system. The shorttitle system. Multiple bibliographies in one document. 13. Bibliography Generation. The BIBTEX program and some variants. The BIBTEX database format. Online bibliographies. Bibliography database management tools. Formatting the bibliography with BIBTEX styles. The BIBTEX style language. 14. LATEX Package Documentation Tools. docDocumenting LaTEX and other code. docstrip.texProducing readytorun code. ltxdocA simple LaTEX documentation class. Making use of version control tools. A. A LATEX Overview for Preamble, Package, and Class Writers. Linking markup and formatting. Page markupBoxes and rules. Control structure extensions. Package and class file structure. B. Tracing and Resolving Problems. Error messages. Warnings and informational messages. TEX and LaTEX commands for tracing. traceSelectively tracing command execution. C. LATEX Software and User Group Information. Getting help. How to get those TEX files?. Using CTAN. Finding the documentation on your TEX system. TEX user groups. D. TLC2 TEX CD. Bibliography. Index of Commands and Concepts. People. Biographies. Production Notes.
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 List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. 1. Introduction. A brief history. Today's system. Working with this book. 2. The Structure of a LATEX Document. The structure of a source file. Sectioning commands. Table of contents structures. Managing references. 3. Basic Formatting Tools. Phrases and paragraphs. Footnotes, endnotes, and marginals. List structures. Simulating typed text. Lines and columns. 4. The Layout of the Page. Geometrical dimensions of the layout. Changing the layout. Dynamic page data: page numbers and marks. Page styles. Visual formatting. Doing layout with class. 5. Tabular Material. Standard LaTEX environments. arrayExtending the tabular environments. Calculating column widths. Multipage tabular material. Color in tables. Customizing table rules and spacing. Further extensions. Footnotes in tabular material. Applications. 6. Mastering Floats. Understanding float parameters. Float placement control. Extensions to LaTEX's float concept. Inline floats. Controlling the float caption. 7. Fonts and Encodings. Introduction. Understanding font characteristics. Using fonts in text. Using fonts in math. Standard LaTEX font support. PSNFSSPostScript fonts with LaTEX. Acollection of font packages. The LaTEX world of symbols. The lowlevel interface. Setting up new fonts. LaTEX's encoding models. Compatibility packages for very old documents. 8. Higher Mathematics. Introduction to AMSLaTEX. Display and alignment structures for equations. Matrixlike environments. Compound structures and decorations. Variable symbol commands. Words in mathematics. Finetuning the mathematical layout. Fonts in formulas. Symbols in formulas. 9. LATEX in a Multilingual Environment. TEX and nonEnglish languages. The babel user interface. User commands provided by language options. Support for nonLatin alphabets. Tailoring babel. Other approaches. 10. Graphics Generation and Manipulation. Producing portable graphics and ornaments. LaTEX's devicedependent graphics support. Manipulating graphical objects in LaTEX. Display languages: PostScript, PDF, and SVG. 11. Index Generation. Syntax of the index entries. makeindexA program to format and sort indexes. xindyAn alternative to MakeIndex. Enhancing the index with LaTEX features. 12. Managing Citations. Introduction. The numberonly system. The authordate system. The authornumber system. The shorttitle system. Multiple bibliographies in one document. 13. Bibliography Generation. The BIBTEX program and some variants. The BIBTEX database format. Online bibliographies. Bibliography database management tools. Formatting the bibliography with BIBTEX styles. The BIBTEX style language. 14. LATEX Package Documentation Tools. docDocumenting LaTEX and other code. docstrip.texProducing readytorun code. ltxdocA simple LaTEX documentation class. Making use of version control tools. A. A LATEX Overview for Preamble, Package, and Class Writers. Linking markup and formatting. Page markupBoxes and rules. Control structure extensions. Package and class file structure. B. Tracing and Resolving Problems. Error messages. Warnings and informational messages. TEX and LaTEX commands for tracing. traceSelectively tracing command execution. C. LATEX Software and User Group Information. Getting help. How to get those TEX files?. Using CTAN. Finding the documentation on your TEX system. TEX user groups. D. TLC2 TEX CD. Bibliography. Index of Commands and Concepts. People. Biographies. Production Notes.
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 xxxviii, 584 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Math Into LaTeX is for the mathematician, physicist, engineer, scientist, or technical typist who needs to quickly learn how to write and typeset articles and books containing mathematical formulas, and requires a thorough reference book on all aspects of LaTeX and the AMS packages (the enhancements to LaTeX by the American Mathematical Society). Key features of Math Into LaTeX: * A simple, examplebased, visual approach * A quick introduction (Part I) allowing readers to type their first articles in only a few hours * Sample articles to demonstrate the basic structure of LaTeX and AMS articles * Useful appendices containing mathematical and text symbol tables and information on how to convert from older versions * A new chapter in the fourth edition, "A Visual Introduction to MikTeX, " an open source implementation of TeX and LaTeX for Windows operating systems * Another new chapter describing amsrefs, a simpler method for formatting references that incorporates and replaces BibTeX data * This edition also integrates a major revision to the amsart document class, along with updated examples  From reviews of prior editions: "!meets the needs of mathematicians publishing mathematics! " Zentrallblatt "This book is truly unique in its focus on getting started fast yet keeping it simple. It is indispensable for the beginner and a handy reference for the experienced user." Bulletin of the Mathematical Association of India "I came away with the impression that this book is a very helpful and useful tool for all scientists and engineers." Reviews of Astronomical Tools.
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Math Into LaTeX is for the mathematician, physicist, engineer, scientist, or technical typist who needs to quickly learn how to write and typeset articles and books containing mathematical formulas, and requires a thorough reference book on all aspects of LaTeX and the AMS packages (the enhancements to LaTeX by the American Mathematical Society). Key features of Math Into LaTeX: * A simple, examplebased, visual approach * A quick introduction (Part I) allowing readers to type their first articles in only a few hours * Sample articles to demonstrate the basic structure of LaTeX and AMS articles * Useful appendices containing mathematical and text symbol tables and information on how to convert from older versions * A new chapter in the fourth edition, "A Visual Introduction to MikTeX, " an open source implementation of TeX and LaTeX for Windows operating systems * Another new chapter describing amsrefs, a simpler method for formatting references that incorporates and replaces BibTeX data * This edition also integrates a major revision to the amsart document class, along with updated examples  From reviews of prior editions: "!meets the needs of mathematicians publishing mathematics! " Zentrallblatt "This book is truly unique in its focus on getting started fast yet keeping it simple. It is indispensable for the beginner and a handy reference for the experienced user." Bulletin of the Mathematical Association of India "I came away with the impression that this book is a very helpful and useful tool for all scientists and engineers." Reviews of Astronomical Tools.
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 xv, 600 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Commands and Environments Chapter 3 Document Layout and Organization Chapter 4 Displayed Text Chapter 5 Mathematical Formulas Chapter 6 Illustrations Chapter 7 User Customization Chapter 8 Advanced Features Chapter 9 Error Messages Appendices.
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 Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Commands and Environments Chapter 3 Document Layout and Organization Chapter 4 Displayed Text Chapter 5 Mathematical Formulas Chapter 6 Illustrations Chapter 7 User Customization Chapter 8 Advanced Features Chapter 9 Error Messages Appendices.
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 Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Commands and Environments Chapter 3 Document Layout and Organization Chapter 4 Displayed Text Chapter 5 Mathematical Formulas Chapter 6 Illustrations Chapter 7 User Customization Chapter 8 Advanced Features Chapter 9 Error Messages Appendices.
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 Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Commands and Environments Chapter 3 Document Layout and Organization Chapter 4 Displayed Text Chapter 5 Mathematical Formulas Chapter 6 Illustrations Chapter 7 User Customization Chapter 8 Advanced Features Chapter 9 Error Messages Appendices.
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 1. About LaTeX and TeX 2. TeX, the Internet, and Multimedia 3. Most METAFONT 4. Logical Documents via LaTeX 5. TeX in the workplace 6. Installing and Selecting Fonts 7. Virtual Fonts, Virtual Fonts 8. Virtual Font Projects 9. More Virtual Fonts 10. New Math Fonts 11. Graphic Discussions 12. Graphics via LaTeX and TeX 13. Using METAFONT and MetaPost 14. PSTricks 15. MFPIC Pictures Appendix 1: Basic TeX Commands Appendix 2: More About LaTeX Appendix 3: Producing This Book Sources and resources Index.
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 1. About LaTeX and TeX 2. TeX, the Internet, and Multimedia 3. Most METAFONT 4. Logical Documents via LaTeX 5. TeX in the workplace 6. Installing and Selecting Fonts 7. Virtual Fonts, Virtual Fonts 8. Virtual Font Projects 9. More Virtual Fonts 10. New Math Fonts 11. Graphic Discussions 12. Graphics via LaTeX and TeX 13. Using METAFONT and MetaPost 14. PSTricks 15. MFPIC Pictures Appendix 1: Basic TeX Commands Appendix 2: More About LaTeX Appendix 3: Producing This Book Sources and resources Index.
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 Preface. 1. Graphics With Latex. Graphics Systems and Typesetting. Drawing Types. Tex's Interfaces. Methods of integration. Methods of manipulation. TeX's graphic hooks. Graphics Languages. TeXbased graphics languages. External graphics languages and drawing programs. Choosing a Package. 2. The Latexe Graphics Bundle. Loading the Graphics Packages. Package device driver options. Inclusion of Graphics Files. includegraphics syntax in the graphics package. includegraphics syntax in the graphicx package. Setting default key values for the graphicx package. Declarations guiding the inclusion of images. Graphical Manipulation of Latex Objects. Scaling a LaTeX box. Resizing to a given size. Rotating a LaTeX box. Combining effects. Applications. Other Packages in the Graphics Bundle. The epsfig and rotating packages. The lscape package. The trig package. The keyval package. 3. Working With Metafont and Metapost. The META Language. Examples of META programs. Using the META Programs. Running METAFONT. An alternative to METAFONT  METAPOST. METAPOST Macro Libraries. Boxing macros. The METAPOST graph package. Latex Interfaces to META. The mfpic package. Mftoeps: A Direct Link Between METAFONT and Postscript. 4. Harnessing Postscript Inside Latex : The Pstricks Package. The Components of Pstricks. Basic Pstricks Concepts. Commands and arguments. Setting graphics parameters. Coordinates and units. Coloring objects. The Graphic Objects. Examples of Basic Graphic Objects. Mixing Text and Graphics. Nodes and Their Connections, and Trees. Matrices  gridbased nodes. Tree diagrams. Specifying tree bounding boxes. Data Plotting. Working With a Third Dimension. Iterating commands. Customizing and Programming Pstricks. New PSTricks objects and styles. PSTricks programming examples. Other Pstricks Tools. Driver Configuration for Pstricks. Summary of Pstricks: Commands and Parameters. PSTricks basic drawing commands. PSTricks nodedrawing commands. PSTricks node connection labeling commands. PSTricks drawing commands comparable to node connectors. PSTricks treedrawing commands. PSTricks plotting commands. PSTricks 3D commands. 5. The Xypic Package. Introducing Xypic. A First Example of XYPIC Code. Basic Constructs. Initial positions. Making connections. Dropping objects. Entering text in your pictures. Extensions. Curves and splines. Frames and brackets. Features. Arrows. Matrixlike diagrams. Graphs. Twocell diagrams. Polygons. Arcs, circles, and ellipses. Lattices and web structures. Links and knots. 6. Applications in Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering. Typographical Rules for Scientific Texts. Typesetting chemical symbols. The Xymtex System. General conventions. The carom package. The Ppchtex Package. Structures. Definitions. Bonds. Combinations. Chemical equations. Special features. Drawing Feynman Diagrams. Using FeynMF. Writing FeynMF diagrams. Extending FeynMF. Typesetting Timing Diagrams. Commands in the timing environment. Customization. Electronics and Optics Diagrams. General circuit diagram commands. Examples. Using the M4 Macro Processor for Electronics Diagrams. Basic principles. Customizing the diagram. 7. Preparing Music Scores. Using Tex for ScoresAn Overview. Using Musixtex. The structure of a MusiXTeX source. Writing notes. Note spacing. A moderately complete example. Running MusixTeX. Abc2mtex Easy Writing of Tunes. Writing abc2mtex source. Running abc2mtex. MPP, a Musixtex Preprocessor. Writing MPPsource. Running MPP. Midi2tex. Running midi2tex. 8. Playing Games. Chess. A METAFONT chess font. chess  a package for typesetting chess. Extensions to the chess package. Interfacing chess databases. Using Adobe's cheq font. Xiangqi  Chinese Chess. Go. Possible problems. Backgammon. Card Games. Bridge. Card deals. Bidding. Crosswords. Recent developments. 9. The World of Color. An Introduction to Color. Color theories. Color systems. Symbolic values of color. Color harmonies. Color and readability. Colors and Latex The Color Package. Supported options. Using colors. Page color. Colored box backgrounds. Calculating colors. Coloring Tables. The colortbl package. Examples. Color Slides With Latex : The Seminar Class. Using the seminar class. Frame styles. Interleaving notes and selecting subsets. Controlling slide size, fonts, and magnification. Fonts. The local control file. Color in the Printing Industry and Separation. Color separation. Color separation using LaTeX and dvips. 10. Using Postscript Fonts. Using Preconfigured Postscript Fonts. The PSNFSS system. Fonts, metric files  the whole lot. Installing PostScript fonts. Tex Font Technology. Types of TeX fonts. TeX font metric files. TeX virtual fonts. Postscript Font Technology. Types of PostScript fonts. Adobe Font Metric files. Encoding of PostScript fonts. Rendering PostScript fonts. Classifying Postscript Fonts. Setting Up New Postscript Fonts. TeX and encoding. The TeXBase1 encoding. Making TeX metrics for PostScript fonts. AFM to TFM, and VF, conversion tools. The Y&Y font manipulation tools. The afm2tfm program. The fontinst package. Multiple Master Fontsa Case Study. Generating instance files using Ghostscript. The Multiple Master setup of this book. 11. Postscript Drivers and Tools. Introduction to DVI Drivers. The Dvips Postscript Driver. Command line and configuration file options. Paper sizes. special support. Font support. Special hooks. Debugging. Postscript PageManipulation Tools. The psutils suite. Ghostscript, a Postscript Interpreter. Ghostscript options and initialization. Ghostscript and fonts. Using different devices with Ghostscript. Interactive Ghostscript versions. Ghostscript applications. Postscript Font to PK Font Format Conversion. The ps2pk program. The gsftopk program. Generating Images for Web Pages Using Dvips and Ghostscript. Psfrag  Adding Labels to Included Pictures. A. Technical Appendixes. Emtex \Special Commands. Tpic \Special Conventions. The Bm2font Program. The Dvips Color Separation Header File. Catalogue of Typefaces With Fontname Abbreviations. Font Encoding Tables. Fontinst Reference Information. Encoding files. Metric files. Lowlevel fontinst commands. Ghostscript Drivers. B. Getting All the Goodies. Connecting to CTAN. Finding files on the archive. Getting a Package From the Archive. List of Packages and Programs. 0201854694T04062001.
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 Preface. 1. Graphics With Latex. Graphics Systems and Typesetting. Drawing Types. Tex's Interfaces. Methods of integration. Methods of manipulation. TeX's graphic hooks. Graphics Languages. TeXbased graphics languages. External graphics languages and drawing programs. Choosing a Package. 2. The Latexe Graphics Bundle. Loading the Graphics Packages. Package device driver options. Inclusion of Graphics Files. includegraphics syntax in the graphics package. includegraphics syntax in the graphicx package. Setting default key values for the graphicx package. Declarations guiding the inclusion of images. Graphical Manipulation of Latex Objects. Scaling a LaTeX box. Resizing to a given size. Rotating a LaTeX box. Combining effects. Applications. Other Packages in the Graphics Bundle. The epsfig and rotating packages. The lscape package. The trig package. The keyval package. 3. Working With Metafont and Metapost. The META Language. Examples of META programs. Using the META Programs. Running METAFONT. An alternative to METAFONT  METAPOST. METAPOST Macro Libraries. Boxing macros. The METAPOST graph package. Latex Interfaces to META. The mfpic package. Mftoeps: A Direct Link Between METAFONT and Postscript. 4. Harnessing Postscript Inside Latex : The Pstricks Package. The Components of Pstricks. Basic Pstricks Concepts. Commands and arguments. Setting graphics parameters. Coordinates and units. Coloring objects. The Graphic Objects. Examples of Basic Graphic Objects. Mixing Text and Graphics. Nodes and Their Connections, and Trees. Matrices  gridbased nodes. Tree diagrams. Specifying tree bounding boxes. Data Plotting. Working With a Third Dimension. Iterating commands. Customizing and Programming Pstricks. New PSTricks objects and styles. PSTricks programming examples. Other Pstricks Tools. Driver Configuration for Pstricks. Summary of Pstricks: Commands and Parameters. PSTricks basic drawing commands. PSTricks nodedrawing commands. PSTricks node connection labeling commands. PSTricks drawing commands comparable to node connectors. PSTricks treedrawing commands. PSTricks plotting commands. PSTricks 3D commands. 5. The Xypic Package. Introducing Xypic. A First Example of XYPIC Code. Basic Constructs. Initial positions. Making connections. Dropping objects. Entering text in your pictures. Extensions. Curves and splines. Frames and brackets. Features. Arrows. Matrixlike diagrams. Graphs. Twocell diagrams. Polygons. Arcs, circles, and ellipses. Lattices and web structures. Links and knots. 6. Applications in Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering. Typographical Rules for Scientific Texts. Typesetting chemical symbols. The Xymtex System. General conventions. The carom package. The Ppchtex Package. Structures. Definitions. Bonds. Combinations. Chemical equations. Special features. Drawing Feynman Diagrams. Using FeynMF. Writing FeynMF diagrams. Extending FeynMF. Typesetting Timing Diagrams. Commands in the timing environment. Customization. Electronics and Optics Diagrams. General circuit diagram commands. Examples. Using the M4 Macro Processor for Electronics Diagrams. Basic principles. Customizing the diagram. 7. Preparing Music Scores. Using Tex for ScoresAn Overview. Using Musixtex. The structure of a MusiXTeX source. Writing notes. Note spacing. A moderately complete example. Running MusixTeX. Abc2mtex Easy Writing of Tunes. Writing abc2mtex source. Running abc2mtex. MPP, a Musixtex Preprocessor. Writing MPPsource. Running MPP. Midi2tex. Running midi2tex. 8. Playing Games. Chess. A METAFONT chess font. chess  a package for typesetting chess. Extensions to the chess package. Interfacing chess databases. Using Adobe's cheq font. Xiangqi  Chinese Chess. Go. Possible problems. Backgammon. Card Games. Bridge. Card deals. Bidding. Crosswords. Recent developments. 9. The World of Color. An Introduction to Color. Color theories. Color systems. Symbolic values of color. Color harmonies. Color and readability. Colors and Latex The Color Package. Supported options. Using colors. Page color. Colored box backgrounds. Calculating colors. Coloring Tables. The colortbl package. Examples. Color Slides With Latex : The Seminar Class. Using the seminar class. Frame styles. Interleaving notes and selecting subsets. Controlling slide size, fonts, and magnification. Fonts. The local control file. Color in the Printing Industry and Separation. Color separation. Color separation using LaTeX and dvips. 10. Using Postscript Fonts. Using Preconfigured Postscript Fonts. The PSNFSS system. Fonts, metric files  the whole lot. Installing PostScript fonts. Tex Font Technology. Types of TeX fonts. TeX font metric files. TeX virtual fonts. Postscript Font Technology. Types of PostScript fonts. Adobe Font Metric files. Encoding of PostScript fonts. Rendering PostScript fonts. Classifying Postscript Fonts. Setting Up New Postscript Fonts. TeX and encoding. The TeXBase1 encoding. Making TeX metrics for PostScript fonts. AFM to TFM, and VF, conversion tools. The Y&Y font manipulation tools. The afm2tfm program. The fontinst package. Multiple Master Fontsa Case Study. Generating instance files using Ghostscript. The Multiple Master setup of this book. 11. Postscript Drivers and Tools. Introduction to DVI Drivers. The Dvips Postscript Driver. Command line and configuration file options. Paper sizes. special support. Font support. Special hooks. Debugging. Postscript PageManipulation Tools. The psutils suite. Ghostscript, a Postscript Interpreter. Ghostscript options and initialization. Ghostscript and fonts. Using different devices with Ghostscript. Interactive Ghostscript versions. Ghostscript applications. Postscript Font to PK Font Format Conversion. The ps2pk program. The gsftopk program. Generating Images for Web Pages Using Dvips and Ghostscript. Psfrag  Adding Labels to Included Pictures. A. Technical Appendixes. Emtex \Special Commands. Tpic \Special Conventions. The Bm2font Program. The Dvips Color Separation Header File. Catalogue of Typefaces With Fontname Abbreviations. Font Encoding Tables. Fontinst Reference Information. Encoding files. Metric files. Lowlevel fontinst commands. Ghostscript Drivers. B. Getting All the Goodies. Connecting to CTAN. Finding files on the archive. Getting a Package From the Archive. List of Packages and Programs. 0201854694T04062001.
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Z253.4 .L38 G663 1997  Available 
Z253.4 .L38 G663 1997  Available 
17. Learning LaTeX [electronic resource] [1997]
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 1 electronic text (x, 84 p.) : ill., digital file.
 Preface 1. Preamble 2. Basic LATEX 3. Typesetting mathematics 4. Further essential LATEX 5. More about LATEX Appendices Bibliography Index.
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 Preface 1. Preamble 2. Basic LATEX 3. Typesetting mathematics 4. Further essential LATEX 5. More about LATEX Appendices Bibliography Index.
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 Book
 xvi, 272 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
This authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system has been revised to document features now available in the new standard software release  LATEX2e. The new edition features additional styles and functions, improved font handling, and enhanced graphics capabilities. Other parts of the book have been revised to reflect user comments and suggestions. Selected sections have been rewritten to explain challenging concepts or functions, and the descriptions of both MakeIndex and BibTEX have been updated. New LATEX users will want to start with this book, and current users, particularly as they upgrade to the LATEX2e software, will be eager to obtain the most uptodate version of its associated manual. Features *Revised version of the authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system. *Features the new standard software release  LATEX2e. *Sections rewritten to explain difficult concepts or functions. 0201529831B04062001.
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This authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system has been revised to document features now available in the new standard software release  LATEX2e. The new edition features additional styles and functions, improved font handling, and enhanced graphics capabilities. Other parts of the book have been revised to reflect user comments and suggestions. Selected sections have been rewritten to explain challenging concepts or functions, and the descriptions of both MakeIndex and BibTEX have been updated. New LATEX users will want to start with this book, and current users, particularly as they upgrade to the LATEX2e software, will be eager to obtain the most uptodate version of its associated manual. Features *Revised version of the authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system. *Features the new standard software release  LATEX2e. *Sections rewritten to explain difficult concepts or functions. 0201529831B04062001.
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Math & Statistics Library
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Z253.4 .L38 L35 1994  Unknown 
 Book
 xvi, 272 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
This authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system has been revised to document features now available in the new standard software release  LATEX2e. The new edition features additional styles and functions, improved font handling, and enhanced graphics capabilities. Other parts of the book have been revised to reflect user comments and suggestions. Selected sections have been rewritten to explain challenging concepts or functions, and the descriptions of both MakeIndex and BibTEX have been updated. New LATEX users will want to start with this book, and current users, particularly as they upgrade to the LATEX2e software, will be eager to obtain the most uptodate version of its associated manual. Features *Revised version of the authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system. *Features the new standard software release  LATEX2e. *Sections rewritten to explain difficult concepts or functions. 0201529831B04062001.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)
This authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system has been revised to document features now available in the new standard software release  LATEX2e. The new edition features additional styles and functions, improved font handling, and enhanced graphics capabilities. Other parts of the book have been revised to reflect user comments and suggestions. Selected sections have been rewritten to explain challenging concepts or functions, and the descriptions of both MakeIndex and BibTEX have been updated. New LATEX users will want to start with this book, and current users, particularly as they upgrade to the LATEX2e software, will be eager to obtain the most uptodate version of its associated manual. Features *Revised version of the authoritative user's guide and reference manual for the LATEX computer typesetting system. *Features the new standard software release  LATEX2e. *Sections rewritten to explain difficult concepts or functions. 0201529831B04062001.
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Z253.4.L38 L35 1994  Unknown 
20. The LaTeX companion [1994]
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 xxi, 528 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LaTeX is an accessible and effective tool for typesetting written documents. Users at all levels of experience, however, sometimes require help not readily available: techniques for defining new commands, styles for producing tables or graphics, explanations for changing fonts. This book, The LaTeX Companion, is packed with information needed to use LaTeX even more productively. It is a true companion to Leslie Lamport's original user's guide book, LaTeX: A Document Preparation System, now in its second edition, and indeed, it is a valuable complement to any LaTeX introduction. It is designed to enhance, not to replace, your basic documentation. Coinciding with the publication of The LaTeX Companion is the availability of a revised LaTeX standard LaTeX2e. This new release incorporates important LaTeX developments over the past several years and provides a common basis for all LaTeX enhancements. Some new styles, improved font handling, and a facility to produce PostScript graphics are included in the release. As part of the broad and unique coverage of this book you will find a complete documentation for all these added features. Highlights *Covers all versions of LaTeX now in use, including LaTeX2e. *Describes over 150 convenient styles for floats, graphics, tables, and much more. *Shows how to define new commands and environments. *Explains the use of PostScript. *Covers the latest extensions and programs producing pictures, indexes, bibliographies, and advanced mathematics. *Includes techniques for multilanguage support. *Describes the New Font Selection Scheme. For even more information about how to illustrate documents with TeX and PostScript, see The LaTeX Graphics Companion and the Tools and Techniques for Computer Typesetting Series. All three authors have for years been involved in the support and development of LaTeX applications. Michel Goossens and Alexander Samarin, developed ideas for The LaTeX Companion while supporting hundreds of LaTeX users at CERN, and Frank Mittelbach, at the University of Mainz and Electronic Data Systems. The questions most frequently posed to them became the questions answered in this book. Mittelbach is partly responsible for the current maintenance of LaTeX and is the author or coauthor of many widespread LaTeX extension packages, such as AMSLaTeX, doc, multicol, and the New Font Selection Scheme. He is also the manager, principal architect of the longerterm LaTeX3 project, to which half the royalties from this book are paid. 0201541998B04062001.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)
LaTeX is an accessible and effective tool for typesetting written documents. Users at all levels of experience, however, sometimes require help not readily available: techniques for defining new commands, styles for producing tables or graphics, explanations for changing fonts. This book, The LaTeX Companion, is packed with information needed to use LaTeX even more productively. It is a true companion to Leslie Lamport's original user's guide book, LaTeX: A Document Preparation System, now in its second edition, and indeed, it is a valuable complement to any LaTeX introduction. It is designed to enhance, not to replace, your basic documentation. Coinciding with the publication of The LaTeX Companion is the availability of a revised LaTeX standard LaTeX2e. This new release incorporates important LaTeX developments over the past several years and provides a common basis for all LaTeX enhancements. Some new styles, improved font handling, and a facility to produce PostScript graphics are included in the release. As part of the broad and unique coverage of this book you will find a complete documentation for all these added features. Highlights *Covers all versions of LaTeX now in use, including LaTeX2e. *Describes over 150 convenient styles for floats, graphics, tables, and much more. *Shows how to define new commands and environments. *Explains the use of PostScript. *Covers the latest extensions and programs producing pictures, indexes, bibliographies, and advanced mathematics. *Includes techniques for multilanguage support. *Describes the New Font Selection Scheme. For even more information about how to illustrate documents with TeX and PostScript, see The LaTeX Graphics Companion and the Tools and Techniques for Computer Typesetting Series. All three authors have for years been involved in the support and development of LaTeX applications. Michel Goossens and Alexander Samarin, developed ideas for The LaTeX Companion while supporting hundreds of LaTeX users at CERN, and Frank Mittelbach, at the University of Mainz and Electronic Data Systems. The questions most frequently posed to them became the questions answered in this book. Mittelbach is partly responsible for the current maintenance of LaTeX and is the author or coauthor of many widespread LaTeX extension packages, such as AMSLaTeX, doc, multicol, and the New Font Selection Scheme. He is also the manager, principal architect of the longerterm LaTeX3 project, to which half the royalties from this book are paid. 0201541998B04062001.
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Math & Statistics Library
Math & Statistics Library  Status 

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Z253.4 .L38 G66 1994  Unknown 
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