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preview-latex, the higly addictive and productive LaTeX previewing and folding tool for Emacs, has become part of the AUCTeX project at http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/auctex now and is integrated since version 11.80.

http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/auctexTags | |

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License | GPL |

Platform | OS-Independent |

TeXstudio is a fully featured LaTeX editor. Our goal is to make writing LaTeX documents as easy and comfortable as possible. Some of the outstanding features of TeXstudio are an integrated pdf viewer with (almost) word-level synchronization, live inline preview, advanced syntax-highlighting, live checking of references, citations, latex commands, spelling and grammar. Find out more at our website.

LaTeX Lab is an open source implementation of a web based LaTeX editor for Google Docs. Integration with Google Docs is achieved via GData API. The application is developed using GWT and hosted on the Google AppEngine. A CLSI implementation provides the link to the LaTeX compiler. A LaTeX Lab preview is now available The following are some screenshots of the current state:

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editor latex live mathjax online preview typesetterEuphorbia is a LaTeX editor written in Python/GTK. It's purpose is to provide a powerful and extensible environment to edit and manage LaTeX documents. The project started in 2008, but most of the work was done in 2010. You can see the ScreenShots for a preview. In order to test without install, please run: python euphorbia --testDevelopment status: usable but still incomplete (see the RoadMap).

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Free open source framework for targeted search of mathematical scholarly papers FeaturesIndexing mathematical papers in Latex as LOD compliant RDF data Mining the document logical structure (see details in our WIMS'11 slides) Resolving combinations of structured queries and full text queries: Metadata search Semantic search of mathematical entities such as theorems, proofs, lemmas, definitions etc. connected with relations Combine keyword search and search over the document logical structure Per

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markup pyqt4 wikiOverviewTSE provides an efficient and pleasant way for searching theorems, lemmas, definitions or any other statements. All you have to do is to write down your interested theorems and equations using LaTeX. TSE will index both text and mathematical symbols in those theorems and make them search-able. For instance, given a query "gaussian inequality", TSE will pick out related statements from your own database, and present you the result in a well-formed PDF file. InstallationTSE has been tested

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