A TEX Primer for Scientists
This concise, straightforward guide provides an all-purpose introduction to writing and preparing papers, reports, articles, and books with TEX. Scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and technical staff will discover how easy it is to clearly and quickly perform all the necessary tasks required to prepare equations and text. The first half of the book is devoted to explaining how to typeset equations, while the remainder of the book addresses advanced topics and more general text processing and page formatting topics. A TEX Primer for Scientists will save you time and reduce frustration while increasing the flexibility, quality, and efficiency of your documents.
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BASICS OF TBJX
MORE BASIC MATHEMATICS
MACROS AND ALIGNMENTS
FONTS AND MACROS IN TEXT
TYPESETTING AN ARTICLE OR REPORT
TYPESETTING VERSUS ORDINARY TYPING
DISPLAYS AND LISTS
AMSTfiX ASCII bigskip blackboard bold boldface catcode chapter characters column computer files Computer Modern computer program define a macro delimiters disk display dropcap DVI file eqalign eqalignno equation numbers error message example font families footnote format glue halign hbox's hfil hsize hyphenate IfeX indentation italic font LaTfjX line break macro call macro definitions macro names macro nicknames macro package magnification Master of Go math mode math symbol mathematics matrix medskip Metafont MYFILE.TEX noindent normal text openbox output PC-compatible pixel files Plain TfiX PLAIN.TEX preview program printer drivers qquad references right margin running head sans serif section heading slanted roman smallskip source compiles source file Stuf f subdirectory superscripts T£JX tells TfjX text file text font text mode TfeX TfiX TfjX command TfjX source TFM files typeset by entering vbox vertical space vsize width write