Do you know of any free LaTeX source code that you can modify (i.e. LaTeX source code of math lecture notes)?

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- Aug 2nd 2007, 01:09 PMtukeywilliamsFree Templates?
Do you know of any free LaTeX source code that you can modify (i.e. LaTeX source code of math lecture notes)?

- Aug 2nd 2007, 01:20 PMPlato
This may not be what you have asked about at all.

But if you Windows, this is a free TeX editor: MathType: Download TeXaide. - Aug 2nd 2007, 01:25 PMtukeywilliams
Thanks. I have Texnic Center. But now I can write Word documents using LaTeX!

- Aug 2nd 2007, 02:14 PMThePerfectHacker
Is it possible to create a "Field Tower" in LaTeX (however it is called).

See below for what I mean. - Aug 2nd 2007, 03:12 PMJakeD
There is a picture environment in LaTeX that can be used. Here's some code I already had in a document, but it contains all the picture commands you would need to draw your diagram.

$\displaystyle \setlength{\unitlength}{2.5cm}

\begin{picture}(1,1.35)(0,-.50)

\put(-.15,0.0){p}

\put(1.10,.75){q}

\put(1.10,0.0){r}

\put( .85,-.50){s}

\qbezier(0,0)(0,0)(1.00,0.750)

\qbezier(0,0)(0,0)(1.00,0.00)

\qbezier(0,0)(0,0)( .75,-.50)

\end{picture}

$

Code:`\setlength{\unitlength}{2.5cm}`

\begin{picture}(1,1.35)(0,-.50)

\put(-.15,0.0){p}

\put(1.10,.75){q}

\put(1.10,0.0){r}

\put( .85,-.50){s}

\qbezier(0,0)(0,0)(1.00,0.750)

\qbezier(0,0)(0,0)(1.00,0.00)

\qbezier(0,0)(0,0)( .75,-.50)

\end{picture}

PS 2: Don't try making making very complicated pictures because there is a limit on the length of the code the LaTeX engine will allow. That limit is set by the administrators (and I think I asked MathGuru to increase it once.) - Aug 15th 2007, 01:50 PMGAdams
I have just downloaded Texaide but when I copy it to the clipboard on Word and then paste it, it just shows up as code. It doesn't seem to translate into symbols. Any ideas?

- Aug 15th 2007, 03:27 PMPlato
TeXAide will not put equations into WORD. You need a full version of MathType to do that. However, will generate LaTeX code that can be used in forums like this.

If you copy code and paste it into a post you will get some thing like this:

\[\frac{w}{z} = \frac{{w\overline z }}{{\left| z \right|^2 }}\].

Change \[ to [math] and change \] to [/math] you will get $\displaystyle \frac{w}{z} = \frac{{w\overline z }}{{\left| z \right|^2 }}$ - Dec 2nd 2007, 08:52 PMItachi888UchihaLaTex
So that's how you guys get that stuff on there. Ok. This site is awesome man.

- Mar 15th 2008, 12:23 PMjblorientest
$\displaystyle

\frac{3}{4}

$ - Aug 25th 2008, 07:02 PM11rdc11test
$\displaystyle 2^2$

$\displaystyle \frac{3 }{x^3}$