Many authors have published books and articles written using our products. See our authors' gallery.
Communicating good ideas and information to your colleagues, students, and customers is crucial. Using MacKichan Software products for professional communicationonline and in printis easy, as these examples show. (Some of these links will take you outside the MacKichan Software website.) To see these materials, download our free Scientific Viewer if you don't have any of our other products installed.
Long-time user of Scientific Word Dr. W.N. Everitt of the University of Birmingham, England, UK has created this presentation entitled "The (Bessel, Jacobi, Laguerre, Legendre)-type linear fourth-order differential equations: remarks on history and special functions" using Beamer, a LaTeX document class that produces presentations, handouts, and transparency slides as typeset PDF files.
In addition to these articles, see Publishing on the Web for information about publishing online TeX, HTML, and PDF documents created with our products.
Communicating Math on the Internet by Dr. John Gresham, Math Department, Ranger College, Ranger, Texas
Students who register for the Internet section of Math 1314 at Ranger College can access college algebra material on the college's server. This article outlines some of the problems related to communicating mathematical material over the internet. and how Ranger College deals with them.
This interesting collection of student projects is drawn from Multivariable Calculus course work at the College of the Redwoods.
If you have Version 4.0 or later of Scientific WorkPlace, Scientific Word, or Scientific Notebook, you can quickly create accurate HTML versions of your documents so that representations of your mathematics are available on various platforms over the Internet and also in applications that can read HTML files. The HTML export filter in Version 4.0 and later saves the screen format to a Cascading Style Sheet (.css) file and exports mathematics as graphic images or MathML. The documents you export as HTML files, along with the graphics and mathematics they contain, can be viewed with recent versions of the most popular browsers.
If you have an earlier version of our software, you can use third-party software to convert your TeX files to HTML or other formats:
TEX Converter is a Windows front-end to a number of programs that convert TeX files to another format.
HeVeA converts TEX to HTML without using graphics.
TTH converts TEX to HTML without using graphics.
TeX4ht converts TEX to HTML using GifsTeXify is part of MiKTEX and converts TEX to DVI and PDF.
LATEX and pdfLATEX are part of MiKTEX and convert TEX to DVI and PDF, respectively.
Adams State College Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics Student Journal
This journal is designed to be viewed with Scientific WorkPlace, Scientific Word, or Scientific Notebook. It is a collection of student papers written for departmental classes during 1997-98.
The Science and Health Review provides the staff of the Science and Health Division of the College of the Redwoods the opportunity to communicate information about their activities and achievements to other members of the division, the administration, the Board of Trustees and the general public by means of papers, progress reports, and notices.
The Institute of Mathematical Statistics Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 2, March/April 1998, pp. 68-136
The IMS Bulletin publishes all abstracts in TeX, using templates that are widely available in both plain TeX and LaTeX.
Typesetting Algorithms in Scientific Word by Theodore S. Norvell
This article explains how to solve the problems of indenting and of mixing mathematics and programming languages when typesetting algorithms with Version 3.0 of Scientific Word.
Using Harvard style citations with Scientific Word 2.5 Jim Malcomson, Department of Economics, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
It is straightforward to adapt Scientific Word 2.5 so that BibTEX generates "author date" references using one of the Harvard family of bibliography styles. This note describes how.
Last revised 02/19/08
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