Gotta go with LaTex . . . I did some aerodynamics engineering
coursebooks in the late nineties using it and it worked incredibly
best of luck. please let us know what you decide to go with and why.
On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 7:04 AM, James Cummings
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> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> actually, http://jeuclid.sourceforge.net/ looks
>> even more appropriate.
> Looking at that quickly, I'd have to agree. That it works with openoffice
> documents, has commandline convertors, a component for Apache Cocoon,
> outputs all sorts of useful formats, a webstart client, has been actively
> developed over a long period, and gives some quite good examples, makes it
> look very attractive. If I'd know about this tool I might have been less
> reluctant in suggesting mathml myself. I hadn't thought it had gotten so
> easy to render without plugins (or similar). Mea culpa.
> Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service, University of Oxford
> James dot Cummings at oucs dot ox dot ac dot uk