OT: LaTeX, MathML, PNGs [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Shuanghe  – Spain, 2015-09-28 17:32  – Posting: # 15479
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Hi Helmut,

» congratulations for mastering the nested lists in your post. I’m impressed!

:lol3:

» Theoretically yes.
  • ...
  • Another...
  • Client-side solutions...

That's way too more complicated than I thought. I'll just upload png if it's necessary in future.

» I’m afraid users in the forum being knowledgable of [image] are in the minority… BTW, I once wrote a manu­script in MiKTEX according to the publisher’s templates only to learn that they required bloody M$-Word in the mean­time.

If they need $Word, why bother provide LaTeX template? :no:
No, the correct questions is since they have LaTeX template, why bother requiring $Word at all? TeX produce document with much better quality. :ok:

» Although I used MathType don’t ask me how the paper looked at the end. :-(

By the way, I have TeX Live installed and use TeXStudio as editor. It works great. I once send 12 pages pdf answering a regulatory question about multivariate statistical distance method for dissolution comparison with tufte-handout class with many side notes illustrations. Very "professional printout":-P TeX rocks!

All the best,
Shuanghe

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