[OS X TeX] Scientific Workplace/Word or similar products

Lee Witt leedwitt at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 21:25:49 CEST 2009


The program SAGE (I use it on a Mac, but documentation says one version will
work on windows as well) might be an answer. It comes with a "sagetex"
style,
which allows embedding of sage code in a latex main document

http://www.sagemath.org/download.html


2009/3/31 Lantz Susan <lantzs at trine.edu>

>  A colleague, who recently returned to using LaTeX after a long absence,
> just came in and asked me if I knew of a product similar to Scientific
> Workplace, but less pricey. He needs a program that will manipulatenumbers andvariables and
> typeset the results in LaTeX.
>
> Mac (or even Windows) product recommendations appreciated.
>
> Thanks in advance for your assistance.
>
> Susan Lantz
>
> Susan A. Lantz, Ph.D.
>
> Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
>
> Trine University
>
> Angola, IN 46703
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