TeX Resources

TeX is a program for typesetting mathematics. If you have a version of TeX installed on your computer, you can try it out by downloading any of the following example files and double clicking on them. All the examples are LaTeX files; be sure to select LaTeX in the menu when you typeset the file. Many Macintosh computers across campus (including the Walker Hall labs and, thanks to Bryan Estel, the macs in the library) have the MacTeX distribution installed. All of these files should work on any of those machines. The files may not always open with a typesetting application; you may need to search applications for "tex ". (A space after the x will filter out stuff that works on text files.)

Here are pointers to some additional resources:

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