# Suggestions for nChairX

The following packages have something in common with the package nChairX. The packages are ordered in decreasing similarity.

- physics: Macros supporting the Mathematics of Physics
- braket: Dirac bra-ket and set notations
- linop: Typeset linear operators as they appear in quantum theory or linear algebra
- phfqit: Macros for typesetting Quantum Information Theory
- pm-isomath: Poor man ISO math for pdfLaTeX users
- physics2: Macros for typesetting maths faster and more simply
- cora-macs: Macros for continuous sets and neural networks in the context of cyber-physical systems
- odesandpdes: Optimizing workflow involving odes and pdes
- subsupscripts: A range of sub- and superscript commands
- schulmathematik: Commands and document classes for German-speaking teachers of mathematics and physics
- hep: A "convenience wrapper" for High Energy Physics packages
- hepnames: Pre-defined high energy particle names
- simplewick: Simple Wick contractions
- hepunits: A set of units useful in high energy physics applications
- hepparticles: Macros for typesetting high energy physics particle names
- mecaso: Formulas frequently used in rigid body mechanics
- phfextendedabstract: Typeset extended abstracts for conferences, such as often encountered in quantum information theory
- chs-physics-report: Physics lab reports for Carmel High School
- uol-physics-report: A LaTeX document class for writing lab reports
- hepthesis: A class for academic reports, especially PhD theses
- isotope: A package for typesetting isotopes
- nrc: Class for the NRC technical journals
- nuc: Notation for nuclear isotopes
- ptptex: Macros for 'Progress of Theoretical Physics'
- physymb: Assorted macros for Physicists
- pawpict: Using graphics from PAW
- susy: Macros for SuperSymmetry-related work
- revquantum: Hacks to make writing quantum papers for revtex4-1 less painful
- nucleardata: Provides data about atomic nuclides for documents
- slashed: Put a slash through characters
- bohr: Simple atom representation according to the Bohr model