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Installation instructions for PC and Mac users
An examplebased, visual approach and a gentle introduction with the Short Course
A detailed exposition of multiline math formulas with a Visual Guide
A unified approach to Tex, Latex, and the AMS enhancements
A quick introduction to creating presentations with computer projections
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Table of contents (18 chapters)

Front Matter

Short Course

Front Matter


Text and Math

Front Matter


Document Structure

Front Matter


Presentations and PDF Documents

Front Matter


Customization

Front Matter

About this book
This new edition of Math Into Latex continues to be the standard introduction and complete reference for writing articles and books containing math formulas. In this fully revised fourth edition, the focus is on important updates in latex for articles and books as well as detailed information on creating transparencies and computer projections, both for the classroom and professional meetings.
The text maintains its userfriendly, examplebased visual approach, gently easing readers into the secrets of latex with The Short Course. Basic ideas through sample articles and documents are introduced. Key features include a visual guide and detailed presentation of multiline math formulas, instructions on installing Latex on the Mac and PC, and instructions on preparing books for publishers.
Key features of More Math into Latex, 4th edition:
 Installation instructions for PC and Mac users
 An examplebased, visual approach and a gentle introduction with the Short Course
 A detailed exposition of multiline math formulas with a Visual Guide
 A unified approach to Tex, Latex, and the AMS enhancements
 A quick introduction to creating presentations with computer projections
From earlier reviews of Math into Latex:
"There are several Latex guides, but this one wins hands down for the elegance of its approach and breadth of coverage."
Amazon.com Best of 2000, Editor’s choice
"A novice reader will be able to learn the most essential features of Latex sufficient to begin typesetting papers within a few hours of time…An experienced Tex user, on the other hand, will find a systematic and detailed discussion of Latex features."
Report on Mathematical Physics
"A very helpful and useful tool for all scientists and engineers."
Review of Astronomical Tools
Reviews
From earlier reviews of Math into Latex:
"There are several Latex guides, but this one wins hands down for the elegance of its approach and breadth of coverage."
Amazon.com, Best of 2000, Editor’s Choice
"A very helpful and useful tool for all scientists and engineers."
Review of Astronomical Tools
"A novice reader will be able to learn the most essential features of Latex sufficient to begin typesetting papers within a few hours of time . . . An experienced Tex user, on the other hand, will find a systematic and detailed discussion of all Latex features, supporting software, and many other advanced technical issues."
Reports on Mathematical Physics
Authors and Affiliations

Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
George Grätzer
About the author
George Grätzer is a Doctor of Science at the University of Manitoba. He authored three other books on LaTex: First Steps in LaTeX and Math into LateX, which is now in its third edition and has sold more than 6000 copies. Math into LaTeX was chosen by the Mathematics Editor of Amazon.com as one of the ten best books of 2000. He has also written many articles and a few books on the subject of lattices and universal algebra. In addition, Grätzer is the founder of the international mathematical journal, Algebra Universalis.
Bibliographic Information
Book Title: More Math Into LaTeX
Authors: George Grätzer
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/9780387688527
Publisher: Springer New York, NY
eBook Packages: Computer Science, Computer Science (R0)
Copyright Information: Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2007
eBook ISBN: 9780387688527
Edition Number: 4
Number of Pages: XXXIV, 620
Number of Illustrations: 44 b/w illustrations
Additional Information: Originally published by Birkhauser Boston
Topics: Natural Language Processing (NLP), Data Structures and Information Theory, Mathematical Software, Mathematical Applications in Computer Science, Compilers and Interpreters, Media Design