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## FYI: matrix2tex.m poly2tex.m

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Joseph C. Slater |

**Subject**: |
FYI: matrix2tex.m poly2tex.m |

**Date**: |
Wed, 28 Dec 2005 15:22:21 -0500 |

`I wrote the aforementioned functions because I got tired of copying/
``pasting/editing from octave to my documents. You're (whomever)
``welcome to put it in the distribution if so inclined. They could
``certainly be improved, but they are useful.
`

` These simple octave/matlab functions take polynomials/matrices and
``convert them into strings that you can paste into your LaTeX
``document. I wrote these one day when I realized that it took 2x as
``long to write the code as to do the copy/past/edit for a matrix which
``I do regularly.
`
They can be found at:
http://www.cs.wright.edu/~jslater/software.shtml
Joe
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