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Scripts to assist blind people to read and write LaTeX. The current line of a file being edited is translated into speech and Braille output. This can be used by assistive technology such as screenreaders.
Managing LaTeX documents with eclipse. Easy compilation of LaTeX documents, access to all LaTeX compiler logging information. Specify LaTeX arguments in a GUI. Editor with code completion, document structure, and a document previewer.
plasTeX is a Python-based LaTeX document processing framework. It gives DOM-like access to a LaTeX document, as well as the ability to generate mulitple output formats (e.g. HTML, DocBook, tBook, etc.).
There is a need in academic departments and schools to maintain a centralized repository of faculty publications. Such a repository serves three purposes 1) Faculty can upload and maintain an updated list of their publication, grant, and presentation activity, 2) School administration including department heads and the deans can access the publications to report for grants and other reporting needs, 3) Faculties can view other faculty memberâ€™s publication citations. A need for such a system wa
COMSOLiD - Comunidade Maracanauense de Software Livre e InclusÃ£o DigitalRepo to create the Projects of the COMSOLiD (Comunidade Maracanauense de Software Livre e InclusÃ£o Digital). Apostila AndroidUma apostila bÃ¡sica exemplificada com um CRUD simples, uma lista de contatos. Downloadhttp://code.google.com/p/comsolid-projects/downloads/detail?name=android-101-v2.1.pdf#makechanges LaTeXila TranslationOur first project is a translation to Brazilian Portuguese of LaTeXila. DownloadLaTeXila Downloa
SphinxReportSphinxReport is a report generator that is implemented as an extension to Sphinx. Its purpose is to facilitate writing scientific reports interpreting large and changing datasets. It is designed to assist the iterative analysis during the development of a computational scientific pipeline as understanding of the data grows. Once the pipeline settles down, SphinxReport permits an easy transition towards the automatic report generation needed when the pipeline is run on new data sets.
SVGFig (pronounced svig-fig)The SVGFig package lets you draw mathematical figures in Scalable Vector Graphics format (SVG), using the Python language. As a tool, its usefulness lies somewhere between freehand drawing programs, which don't give you quantitative control over your figures, and traditional plotting packages, which fit your data into a prescribed template. SVGFig allows you to draw anything you can express in Python. SVGFig is particularly suited to handle non-linear geometries. All
These are some simple templates for that were developed in the department of mathematical and statistical sciences at the University of Alberta; instead of these being passed around informally, we thought it best to make them accessible to a more general audience.
Goal: A web-based flashcard solution could be accessible on multiple platforms and could support math and other complex equations. This would be quite beneficial to a person with a cognitive or learning disability. For example a user could create a set of flashcards of mathematic equations conveniently on their computer. The user can then access and edit the flash cards from their mobile device, eliminating the need for physical cards. Description: Accessible Multi-Platform Web Flash Cards Acces