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mathscape --Combining Mathematica and TEX Michael P. Barnett
 

Summary: mathscape -- Combining Mathematica and TEX
Michael P. Barnett
Department of Chemistry,
Princeton University,
Princeton, N.J. 08540
michaelb@princeton.edu
http://www.princeton.edu/~allengrp/ms
Preliminaries
Millions of mathematical formulas are typeset an-
nually. Most of the numbers we see in print are
produced by computer. So are the indexes and
catalogs issued by database publishers. Charts and
diagrams and other products of computer graphics
have replaced manually drafted copy. But most
of the formulas in mathematics, engineering and
science publications are still derived and coded by
hand.
The TeXForm function in Release 2 of Math-
ematica [1], and some more extensive resources in
Release 3 [2], provide a bridge between symbolic

  

Source: Allen, L.C.- Department of Chemistry, Princeton University

 

Collections: Chemistry