[Maxima] Re : Printing out results
jwmixon at bellsouth.net
Sat May 1 16:32:07 CDT 2010
One can use wxMaxima and open-source software to generate PDF documents with
limited knowledge of LaTeX. Most of the heavy lifting is done by wxMaxima.
I've developed some notes and posted them at this site:
Be aware that the HTML page itself is mostly to provide links. The details
on using wxMaxima and TexMaker (the LaTeX software that I prefer) are in the
I welcome suggestions for improving this site.
> Message: 7
> Date: Sat, 1 May 2010 15:17:54 -0400
> From: Javed Alam <jalam1001 at gmail.com>
> To: Paul Midgley <paul at midgley.org>, maxima <maxima at math.utexas.edu>
> Subject: Re: [Maxima] Printing out results
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> The best is to get latex output through texout command and incorporate
> into a latex document and then do
> latex > dvi > ps or PDF
> However, that requires proficiency in Latex. Most of the math graduates
> that knowledge but students in Engineering don't. Also, pure math
> involve text and equations and latex works just fine for them. The
> incorporation of images in a latex document requires additional knowledge.
> Even I find adding images to a latex document cumbersome.
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