Mathematica runs on many platforms, including Mac OS X. This page is written from a Mac OS X perspective, but if you're on a different platform you may still get some useful information here. In the past, I've also heavily used Mathematica on UNIX and Windows systems, and you shouldn't have any trouble adapting what I'm writing here to those other platforms. However, I have to leave that as an exercise for the reader. Creating and Post-Processing Mathematica Graphics on Mac OS X
This is a guide to the LaTeX markup language. It is intended to form a useful resource for everybody from new users who wish to learn, to old hands who need a quick reference. TeX and LaTeX TeX is a computer program for typesetting documents, created by Donald Knuth. It takes a suitably prepared computer file and converts it to a form which may be printed on many kinds of printers, including dot-matrix printers, laser printers and high-resolution typesetting machines. LaTeX is a set of macros for TeX that aims at reducing the user's task to the sole role of writing the content, LaTeX taking care of all the formatting process.
What is this? Anyone who works with LaTeX knows how time-consuming it can be to find a symbol in symbols-a4.pdf that you just can't memorize. Detexify is an attempt to simplify this search.
Space after/before floats