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## Re: Free Octave-Matlab book in Spanish

**From**: |
Javier Arantegui Jimenez |

**Subject**: |
Re: Free Octave-Matlab book in Spanish |

**Date**: |
Fri, 27 Jan 2006 23:54:55 +0100 (CET) |

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Hello,
On Vie, Enero 27, 2006 22:01, Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso wrote:
>* This seems like a strange choice. Would there be anyone interested in*
>* editting these notes who wouldn't know LaTeX? LaTeX is as much of a*
>* lingua franca in mathematical typesetting as English is in scientific*
>* communications. I don't know ODT, but I can't imagine that it can*
>* produce output nearly as beautiful as LaTeX's.*
I don't know a word of LaTeX, but I use TeXmacs (http://www.texmacs.org),
nice looking documents (LaTeX quality), easier to learn and you can use it
as interface for Octave (!) or Gnuplot.
And, I use OOo sometimes.
Javier
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Universitat de Lleida / University of Lleida (Spain)
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