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Hi all
Does anyone know how to convert LaTex file to Mathematica ?
For example, the formula that I typed in LaTex is:
ln{H}^{*} &= {X}_{1} {\beta}_{1} + {\alpha}_{1}lnE+ {\varepsilon}_{1}\\
If I copy the above LaTex command to Mathematica, it only shows the original LaTex command. I'd like to have symbols for beta, alpha, and also for subscript and superscript. That is, I hope it looks like the pdf file that LaTex produces instead of showing "\beta", "\alpha", etc.
Please advise.
thanks a lot !
Hi
Thanks for your reply.
I have tried the link you put there and I got the same results as shown in the "Basic Example" part. That is not what I am trying to get. Or I did not find the right example ?
I just found a link
Math Forum Discussions
I tried the example that Yaroslav posted on the above link. It produces the formula that is the same as the formula in the pdf file produced by Latex. I am not sure if I have to copy formula and convert them from LaTex to Mathematica one by one by using this method, or if there are other ways that I can convert the whole file.
thanks again !