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Mathematica Import/Export Format

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TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X typesetting system and programming language.
Commonly used for typesetting mathematical and scientific publications and other technical documents.
Plain text format.
Describes the contents and the layout of multi-page documents.
Developed since 1977 by Donald Knuth.
  • Export creates files compatible with AMS-LAdjustmentBox[A, BoxBaselineShift -> -0.4, BoxMargins -> {{-0.5, -0.3}, {0, 0}}]TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X.
  • See the "LaTeX" reference page for complete information about importing TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X documents.
  • Export["file.tex", expr] exports arbitrary expressions, Notebook or Cell objects, as well as any box expressions obtained from ToBoxes to the TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X format.
  • The exported TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X includes markup material which maintains much of the document structure that exists within Mathematica.
  • Export always generates complete AMS-LAdjustmentBox[A, BoxBaselineShift -> -0.4, BoxMargins -> {{-0.5, -0.3}, {0, 0}}]TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X documents, not merely TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X language fragments.
  • TeXForm can be used to create a TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X version of a typeset expression.
  • Export["file.tex", expr, elem] creates a TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X file by treating expr as specifying element elem.
  • The export format can be explicitly specified with the command Export["file", expr, "TeX"].
  • See the reference pages for full general information on Export.
  • In the notebook front end, Save As exports the active notebook as a TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X file.
  • Save Selection As exports the selected part of a notebook to TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X.
"BoxRules"{}specifies mappings from Mathematica box expressions to TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X elements
"ConversionRules"Automaticspecifies mappings from Mathematica cell styles to TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X elements
"DocumentClass""article"what LAdjustmentBox[A, BoxBaselineShift -> -0.4, BoxMargins -> {{-0.5, -0.3}, {0, 0}}]TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X document type to use
"MathOutput""TeX"format to use for typeset expressions
"UsePackages"Automaticlist of packages to include in \usepackage{}
  • Typical settings for "DocumentClass" include "article", "report" and "letter".
  • Possible values for "MathOutput" are:
"EPS"converts typeset expressions to EPS, stored in separate files
"TeX"formats all typeset expressions to embedded TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X macros
Export an arbitrary expression to TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X:
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This converts a Cell expression to TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X:
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Specify "ConversionRules" for the translation of a Mathematica style element to a user-defined TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X macro:
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Convert typeset expressions to EPS, stored in separate files:
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Use the "BoxRules" option to customize how Mathematica boxes are translated to TAdjustmentBox[E, BoxBaselineShift -> 0.5, BoxMargins -> {{-0.3, 0}, {0, 0}}]X:
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