[OS X TeX] Critical reviews of scientific/mathematical presentation software

Siep Kroonenberg siepo at cybercomm.nl
Mon Dec 4 12:00:47 EST 2006

On Mon, Dec 04, 2006 at 06:03:40AM -0500, David Oliver wrote:
> I would be interested in a critical review/discussion of scientific  
> presentation software at this point in time (or be directed to such  
> reviews). I would like to hear from those who do scientific and  
> mathematical presentations frequently and for whom the quality of  
> slides/video/... is high.
> As I understand it, the present possibilities are beamer, powerdot,  
> and Keynote+LaTeXIT. There, of course, may be others.
> Thanks,
> David Oliver

Have a look at http://www.miwie.org/presentations/index.html

Another option that doesn't get mentioned very often: just use
straight LaTeX with a custom page layout and load hyperref for
clickable links and texpower for dynamic effects.

Siep Kroonenberg
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