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More Math Into LaTeX

By George Grätzer

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This is the fourth edition of the standard text and complete reference for scientists and engineers. This fully revised version includes important updates on articles and books as well as information on creating transparencies for classrooms and professional meetings.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3873-2289-6
  • 656 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: July 14, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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'Gratzer’s book is a solution.' -European Mathematical Society Newsletter For close to two decades, Math into Latex has been the standard introduction and complete reference for writing articles and books containing mathematical formulas. In this fourth edition, the reader is provided with important updates on articles and books. An important new topic is discussed: transparencies (computer projections). Key features of More Math into Latex, 4th edition: - Installation instructions for PC and Mac users - An example-based, visual approach and a gentle introduction with the Short Course - A detailed exposition of multiline math formulas with a Visual Guide - A unified approach to Tex, Latex, and the AMS enhancements - A quick introduction to creating presentations with computer projections From earlier reviews of Math into Latex: 'There are several Latex guides, but this one wins hands down for the elegance of its approach and breadth of coverage.' -Amazon.com Best of 2000, Editor’s choice 'A novice reader will be able to learn the most essential features of Latex sufficient to begin typesetting papers within a few hours of time…An experienced Tex user, on the other hand, will find a systematic and detailed discussion of Latex features.' -Report on Mathematical Physics 'A very helpful and useful tool for all scientists and engineers.' -Review of Astronomical Tools
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Preface.
  2. Introduction.
  3. Setting Up.
  4. Part I. Typing your first article.
  5. Part II. Text and math.
  6. Typing text.
  7. Text environments.
  8. Typing math.
  9. Multiline math displays.
  10. Part III. Document structure.
  11. LaTeX documents.
  12. Standard LaTeX document classes.
  13. AMS documents.
  14. Part IV. Presentations and pdf files.
  15. Simple presentations.
  16. Presentations on steroids.
  17. Hyperlinks and pdf files.
  18. Part V. Customization.
  19. Customizing LaTeX.
  20. Part VI. Long Documents.
  21. BibTeX.
  22. MakeIndex.
  23. amsrefs.
  24. Books in LaTeX.
  25. Appendix A. Math symbol tables.
  26. Appendix B. Text symbol tables.
  27. Appendix C. Background.
  28. Appendix D. TeX on the Web.
  29. Appendix E. PostScript fonts.
  30. Appendix F. LaTeX localized.
  31. Appendix G. A book document class.
  32. Appendix H. Final word.
  33. Bibliography.

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