[OS X TeX] Export Mathematica Code to TeXShop ?
kannan at iitb.ac.in
Wed Jul 21 03:26:42 CEST 2004
I have a feeling that the listings package is something you can make use of.
> Thank you, Gary ! SORRY! Hope I haven't embarrassed anyone but myself by
> the mistake ! I, too, was quite literally, surprised ... because I
> would expect
> Wolfram to deal directly with ... THE GREAT 'I AM,' ... that most of us
> pray to.
> BUT it's ALSO, too bad that I was so badly mistaken; Stephen Wolfram,
> or some
> of his people of his ILK would probably know in an instant, what it
> would take to
> make Mathematica and LaTeX be the best-of-friends, and exchange WORDS
> together ... which is the objective I'm hoping for.
> Because I think THIS TeX & Mathematica relationship is so important,
> and since
> many on this list must have similar interests let me describe my
> problem again,
> as I see it, FOR ME. Then, I'll go away and stay away, if I can ....
> for a-while.
> I use Mathematica to do some work involving 3x3 Matices and/or
> which are 4-tuples. Writing Mathematica or Quaternion programs to do
> what needs
> doing is not difficult. Writing about what I'm doing using TeXShop's
> TeX or LaTeX
> is a bit tedious when writing products of a few Matrices or Quaternions
> in detail.
> So, at every opportunity I would copy previously written stuff, say, in
> and hopefully, with a little editing, use it again in a LaTeX document
> to tell about it.
> In Mathematica under FILE/ SAVE AS SPECIAL/ TEX would seem to do just
> But, LaTeX HATES what it sees; too many parens, Caps wrong, no
> etc,. etc. It is much easier for me to start from scratch and write the
> description properly for LaTeX.
> It would seem, since TeX and LaTeX were written primarily for pretty
> that exporting from one to the other would be friendly. IS THERE A WAY?
> I use a Mac G4 OSX Panther 10.3.4, Math'ica 5.0. TeXShop 1.34.
> Thank you for hearing me out.
> Jack B. Kuipers
> Professor emeritus
> Mathematics & Computer Science
> Calvin College
> On 19 Jul, 2004, at 6:37 PM, Gary L. Gray wrote:
>> On Jul 19, 2004, at 5:06 PM, Jack Kuipers wrote:
>>> I have downloaded the link and its links and it looks promising. I
>>> have noticed Stephan
>>> Wolfram on this list a few times. So, he appears to be interested in
>>> TeX and LaTeX, too.
>> I suspect that you are thinking of Steffen Wolfrum. Different guy. :-)
>> All the best,
>> -- Gary
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