9 November 2015
Tags: latex onedrive
Posted in Getting published, Technical (ms word, tex), useful software, Web 2.0
In a post two years ago I discussed how difficult it was to find good tools for editing scientific texts by multiple authors simultaneously. As there is a great demand for this functionality it does not come to a surprise that the situation has improved considerably. I will describe two solutions here that in our group we now use on a daily base.
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9 March 2010
Tags: Latex, Lyx, Scientific Word, Tex
Posted in Technical (ms word, tex), Tips, useful software
I still remember in the 1980’s how impressed we physicists were when we discovered Tex. The program was written by Donald Knuth. The macro package Tex is so good and complete that all new developments are mere front ends and user interfaces to Tex, of which Latex and AmsTex packages are the most popular. Newer distributions deal with newer hardware, new fonts and better font management, and pdf creation, but the fundament is still Tex.
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