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More Math into Latex (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. Oktober 2007

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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


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Ich habe soeben dieses Buch gekauft und bin irritiert. Der Titel "More Math Into LaTeX" erweckt den Anschein, dass es in diesem Buch speziell um den mathematischen Schriftsatz und den professionellen Umgang mit mathematischen Konstrukten geht. Das ist leider nicht so, denn dieser Teil geht nicht über das hinaus, was man auch im Internet und - oft besser dargestellt - auch in vielen anderen einführenden LaTeX-Büchern findet. Der Rest ist eine brav gemachte Zusammenstellung der wichtigsten LaTeX-Elemente, wobei einzelne Teile deutlich über dem Einsteiger-Niveau liegen und daher auch für Fortgeschrittene interessant sind. Enttäuschend (speziell für ein LaTeX-Buch!) ist zudem der unübersichtliche Schriftsatz. Die vielen Aufzählungen und Kodebeispiele zerfleddern das Seitenbild und machen das Buch schwer lesbar, es sieht alles aus wie ein Draft. Insgesamt gibt es zu diesem Thema wesentlich bessere Handbücher.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A teacher's perspective 18. Januar 2009
Von John Barsby - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been using Gratzer's LaTeX books for more than 10 years. My big problem: how to introduce LaTeX to my students?

Gratzer's book has always excelled by taking the beginner by hand and introducing LaTeX in a gentle way in Part I of his book, Short Course. This part (as a pdf file) is also available as a free download


(along with sample files). For this new edition, the expanded Short Course even includes installation instructions for Windows and Mac users and a brief glimpse on how to convert a paper to a presentation.

But learning from any book is not nearly as good as sitting next to a teacher, who introduces the topic with patience and with examples. I would do it this way, if I had the time to sit with all my students individually and personally to instruct them.

Now I read it in the The PracTeX Journal that Gratzer has volunteered to do this for all my students! He produced a series of video lectures discussing the material in the Short Course (available, free of charge, at the Web site referenced above). My students now sit down, listen to a lecture, read up on it in the Short Course, then go to the next lecture. The Short Course is searchable, so if they forget where they heard a topic introduced, they just search for it (or look it up in the Index).

Most students finish the lectures and the Short Course in an afternoon or two, and then they are ready to start typing assignments for my course.

Try it. It won't cost you a penny.

John Barsby
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3.0 von 5 Sternen More Math Into LaTex, 4th Edition, G. Gratzer 1. April 2011
Von XiangJiao - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a useful book for people who want to type-set mathematics papers and books without graphics and pictures. For those who want to include graphics and pictures, this is not the book. The section on hyperref (links to files, URL, bookmarks) is weak. The suggested package has limitations which the author did not mention except to say that "if none of these work, you are out of luck." The new chapter on presentation with baby beamer is a good addition. It is certainly easier to follow than the full-version of Beamer user's guide, which is available on-line. The book does have an excellent index, which makes finding specific topics easy. The appendix on installation of LaTex and other supporting packages is written in a style for beginners, who will surely appreciate it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very Helpful Starter for Graduate Students Wanting to Publish in LaTeX 16. August 2008
Von Stephanie Powers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book is very helpful for graduate students who are first learning LaTeX for publishing their dissertations or for submitting articles for publication. It is especially helpful for users of LaTeX that are using pre-made style guides. This book is not for the advanced LaTeX user who is trying to create their own style guides or document class files, all though the book does have a little on the topic. The book also includes a chapter on using LaTeX for making power-point type presentations, which is helpful in math and statistics where presentations have to include equations. Power-point does not handle equations well. The statistics department at my university recommends the book to all our graduate students for writing their dissertation. I have also contacted the author of the book for additional assistance and found him to be very willing to help with LaTeX problems outside the realm of the book. He helped our department create a document class file for publishing dissertations, a more complicated procedure in LaTeX than the typical LaTeX user will have to encounter. This book is a good introduction into the world of LaTeX.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The perfect introduction to Latex 8. August 2009
Von Curtis D. Mobley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been using WordPerfect for many years to write papers full of complicated equations. However, I was required by a publisher to start writing in Latex, which I had never used. Grätzer's book got me up to speed within a few days. I'm now halfway proficient in Latex, but his book remains at my side for reference when I need a see how to compose some new bit of math I haven't used before. This is one of those rare books that are exactly, 100% what I needed to learn a somewhat complicated topic, and I just can't find anything to criticize. I highly recommend it to the new Latex user and to users who need a reference where they can see how to compose a particular bit to math.

BTW, I am now converting many of my old WordPerfect documents into Latex. For that I first use the WP to Latex shareware converter put out by J. Fojtik. It isn't perfect, but it gets the process started. I then clean up the resulting *.tex file as needed using PCTeX software, which I find very convenient for debugging, importing figures, and such.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Thorough and clear intro to LaTeX 11. März 2009
Von Trevor Burnham - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The title might mislead you into thinking that this book is an advanced treatise on the more obscure aspects of mathematical typesetting. It's not. Instead, this fine book serves as a comprehensive introduction to LaTeX, the most popular dialect of TeX, for those who've never used it before. If you're already familiar with TeX, then you can skip the first chapter and dive right into tutorials that are chock-full of useful nuggets.

There are woefully few up-to-date books for those of us (academics, mostly) learning TeX in the 21st century. There are plenty of websites, to be sure, but some of us still crave the ease and reliability of a solid paper reference. This is the only book on TeX that you will ever need.
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