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TUGboat 35:2, 2014

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TUG 2014 Proceedings

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Complete issue 35:2 as one pdf (7.2mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   125 
 
TUG 2014
TUG 2014 conference information 
    sponsors and participants
 126 
TUG 2014 conference program   127 
TUG 2014 photos   128-129 
TUG 2014 in Portland 
  David Latchman 
    conference report
 130-134 
Visiting TUG 2014 
  Tracy Kidder 
    (on last page of report)
 134 
 
Fonts
Recent additions to TeX's font repertoire 
  Michael Sharpe      [Introductory — Garamonds, Baskervilles, typewriter fonts, sans serif, and more]
 135-138 
 
Publishing
Experiences converting from PDF-only to paper 
  Jim Hefferon, Lon Mitchell      [Introductory — offering an online textbook in print for the first time]
 139-141 
Texinfo visits a garden 
  Joseph Hogg      [Introductory — producing an annotated, indexed, plant list for the Huntington's Herb Garden]
 142-144 
 
Software & Tools
MacTeX design philosophy vs. TeXShop design philosophy 
  Richard Koch      [Intermediate Plus — Global vs. LocalTeX PrefPane for the Mac, and Apple histories]
 145-151 
TeX Live Utility: A slightly-shiny Mac interface for TeX Live Manager (tlmgr) 
  Adam Maxwell      [Intermediate Plus — a MacOSX graphical interface for tlmgr]
 152-156 
On tracing the trip test with JSBox 
  Doug McKenna      [Advanced — accurate and complete tracing as part of developing a new TeX interpreter]
    JSBox slides, literac slides
 157-167 
Creating (mathematical) jigsaw puzzles using TeX and friends 
  Julian Gilbey      [Intermediate — educational puzzles creating using TeX, Python, YAML, et al.]
 168-172 
SUTRA—A workflow for documenting signals 
  Pavneet Arora      [Intermediate Plus — using YAML and ConTeXt tables for generalized signal documentation]
 173-178 
 
Graphics
Typesetting figures for computer science 
  Andrew Mertz, William Slough, Nancy Van Cleave      [Intermediate Plus — practical packages for drawing stacks, byte fields, trees, automata, and more]
 179-191 
 
Software & Tools
Dynamic documents 
  David Allen      [Intermediate Plus — using R's tikzDevice to generate graphical output in LaTeX]
 192-194 
 
Typography
Typography and readability: An experiment with post-stroke patients 
  Leyla Akhmadeeva, Boris Veytsman      [Intermediate — serif vs. sans serif for readers with cognitive impairments from stroke]
 195-197 
 
Macros
TeX and copyediting 
  SK Venkatesan, CV Rajagopal      [Intermediate — copyediting markup to improve consistency and communication]
 198-201 
An output routine for an illustrated book: Making the FAO Statistical Yearbook 
  Boris Veytsman      [Advanced — when illustrations are primary and text is secondary]
    code as pdf, code as dtx, github
 202-204 
 
Electronic Publishing
xml2tex: An easy way to define XML-to-LaTeX converters 
  Keiichiro Shikano      [Advanced — a Scheme program to use LaTeX as an effective XML presentation layer]
 205-208 
 
Electronic Documents
MathBook XML 
  Robert A. Beezer      [Intermediate — writing technical documents with many possible output formats and online integration]
 209-211 
 
Electronic Publishing
Can LaTeX profiles be rendered adequately with static CSS? 
  William Hammond      [Advanced — using pure CSS to handle math from LaTeX profiles in, e.g., GELLMU]
    in HTML
 212-218 
 
Abstracts
TUG 2014 abstracts 
  Bazargan, Berry, Crossland, Cunningham, de Souza, Doob, Farmer, McKenna, Mittelbach, Moore, Raies, Robertson, Tétreault, Wetmore 
    Wiki created by Ward Cunningham at and for the conference
 219-221 
Let's Learn LaTeX: A hack-to-learn ebook 
  S Parthasarathy 
 222 
 
Book Reviews
Book review: Fifty Typefaces That Changed The World, by John Walters 
  Jeffrey Barnett      [Reports and notices — review of this art book, with personal commentary on the omission of Computer Modern]
     See the TUG books page for all book reviews and discounts.
 223-224 
 
TUG Business
TUG 2015 election 
  Kaja Christiansen 
    TUG election information online
 225 
Institutional members   226 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   226-227 
 
News
Calendar   228 


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