[OS X TeX] Export Mathematica Code to TeXShop ?
kprs at calvin.edu
Mon Jul 19 15:25:24 EDT 2004
Thank You for your response.
No, I refer to the 'code' (perhaps, not the proper term) one must write
in order to print matrices, vectors, and properly typeset mathematical
expressions in TeX or LaTeX. The Mathematica Output for Sine and Cosine
expressions (functions) begin with Caps which M... doesn't like. Also,
there seem to be a preponderance of parentheses in M... which must be
removed, I'm using TeXShop 1.34 and Mathematica 5.0 on Mac OSX G4 under
Panther 10.3.4 JBK
On 19 Jul, 2004, at 2:59 PM, Jérôme Laurens wrote:
> Le 19 juil. 04, à 20:40, Jack Kuipers a écrit :
>> I have many occasions to export Mathematica Code into an Article I am
>> writing in TeXShop; actually in LaTeX. I do this merely to save
>> writing the code (again) to describe what I'm doing (usually
>> involving Matices and/or Quaternions), mathematically. I do NOT wish
>> to put the Mathematica code, in the Article. This, of course, I could
>> do, I suppose, with the verbatim environment.
>> There is an item (somewhere) in the Mathematica Menu which suggests
>> one can do this, but it seems I must do SO MUCH editing OF THE
>> EXPORTED CODE that it is actually easier for me to write the required
>> TeXShop code myself (from skratch). Any suggestions or hints about
>> WHAT I AM DOING WRONG?
> What is the required TeXShop code you are referring to?
> Do you have a special TeXShop version that requires special code?
> If so, did you try with another text editor with only LaTeX code and
> no required special code?
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