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LaTeX (.tex)

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LaTeX typesetting system and programming language.
Commonly used for typesetting mathematical and scientific publications.
Plain text format.
Describes the contents and the layout of multi-page documents.
Based on Donald Knuth's TeX typesetting system.
Developed in 1985 by Leslie Lamport as a special-purpose derivative of TeX.
  • Import fully supports AMS-LaTeX and other variants of the LaTeX language.
  • See the "TeX" reference page for full information about TeX export capabilities.
  • Import imports a LaTeX document and returns a notebook version of it.
  • Import imports the specified element from a LaTeX file.
  • Import imports multiple elements.
  • See the reference pages for full general information on Import
  • In the Mathematica front end, LaTeX can be pasted directly into a notebook.
  • Save As exports the active notebook as a LaTeX document.
"Elements"list of elements and options available in this file
"Rules"full list of rules for each element and option
"Options"list of rules for options, properties and settings
"Notebook"a Notebook version of the LaTeX file
"NotebookObject"LaTeX file represented as a NotebookObject
  • Mathematica by default uses the element when importing from LaTeX.
"InputPath"{}list of directories to search for TeX input files
"LogFile"Falsewhether to create a log file for the conversion process
"OutputFile"Nonefile to which to save the Notebook expression
"StyleDefinitions"AutomaticMathematica stylesheet to use in the generated notebook
Show the Import elements available in a LaTeX sample file:
Convert a LaTeX file to a Notebook expression:
Show the Import elements available in a LaTeX sample file:
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Convert a LaTeX file to a Notebook expression:
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