texhax Digest, Vol 2022, Issue 188

Hefferon, Jim S. jhefferon at smcvt.edu
Wed Nov 23 14:28:48 CET 2022

The package *sagetex* will connect the computational software Sage with LaTeX.  For instance, you can have Sage do some tough computation and the answer appears in your output.  Similarly for plots, etc.  Look on CTAN for the documentation.

I looked for a parallel package for Mathematica.  I didn't immediately find one.  I am not a Mathematica user so I wouldn't know but perhaps it is there under another name, or if as commercial software maybe their .sty file is also only for restricted distribution?


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