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spalign – Typeset matrices and arrays with spaces and semicolons as delimiters

Type­set ma­tri­ces and ar­rays with spaces and semi­colons as de­lim­iters.

The pur­pose of this pack­age is to de­crease the num­ber of keystrokes needed to type­set small amounts of aligned ma­te­rial (ma­tri­ces, ar­rays, etc.). It pro­vides a fa­cil­ity for typ­ing align­ment en­vi­ron­ments and macros with spaces as the align­ment de­lim­iter and semi­colons (by de­fault) as the end-of-row in­di­ca­tor. For in­stance, type­set a ma­trix us­ing \spalign­mat{1 12 -3; 24 -2 2; 0 0 1}, or a vec­tor us­ing \spalign­vec­tor{22 \frac{1}{2} -14}.

This pack­age also con­tains util­ity macros for type­set­ting aug­mented ma­tri­ces, vec­tors, ar­rays, sys­tems of equa­tions, and more, and is eas­ily ex­tend­able to other sit­u­a­tions that use align­ments.

Peo­ple who have to type­set a large num­ber of ma­tri­ces (like lin­ear al­ge­bra teach­ers) should find this pack­age to be a real time saver.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/spalign
Ver­sion 2016-10-05
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainer Joseph Rabi­noff
Con­tained in TeX Live as spalign
MiKTeX as spalign
Topics sup­port for type­set­ting math­e­mat­ics
sys­tems of equa­tions
type­set math­e­mat­i­cal the­o­rems
type­set ma­tri­ces
type­set, snap­ping lines of text to a grid

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