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latexalpha2 – Embed Mathematica code and plots into

This pack­age al­lows you to em­bed and ex­e­cute your Wol­fram Lan­guage (Math­e­mat­ica) source code in a doc­u­ment. When the doc­u­ment is com­piled, the com­pu­ta­tion re­sults will be in­serted into the com­piled file. In ad­di­tion to gen­eral Wol­fram Lan­guage com­pu­ta­tions it is also quite easy to gen­er­ate plots or an­i­ma­tions with this pack­age. More­over, all the em­bed­ded code can be ex­e­cuted ei­ther lo­cally (via lo­cally in­stalled Math­e­mat­ica) or on the cloud (via Wol­fram Cloud).

The main fea­tures of this pack­age are some­what sim­i­lar to Sag, but here we use Wol­fram Lan­guage (Math­e­mat­ica) in­stead of Sage.

The pack­age is heav­ily in­spired by -Al­pha, which also ex­plains the name “la­tex­al­pha2”. Un­for­tu­nately, -Al­pha has been down for a while. The ob­jec­tive of la­tex­al­pha2 is to re­place -Al­pha and at the same time pro­vide var­i­ous new fea­tures.

Sources/macros/latex/contrib/latexalpha2
Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/steven­li­uyi/la­tex-al­pha2/is­sues
Re­pos­i­toryhttps://github.com/steven­li­uyi/la­tex-al­pha2
Ver­sion1.0 2019-03-02
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3c
Copy­right2019 Yi Liu
Main­tainerYi Liu
Con­tained inMiKTeX as la­tex­al­pha2
TopicsGraph­ics in­line
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