This topic contains packages which uses experimental LaTeX3.
Support for Japanese holidays.
Command for typesetting chemical formulas and reactions.
A collection of macros to support typesetting chemistry documents.
A method of numbering chemical compounds.
LaTeX tools and documenting facilities.
Typeset code with annotations.
Nice and easy derivatives.
Draw Dynkin, Coxeter, and Satake diagrams using TikZ.
Upright brackets in emphasised text.
Easy creation of potential energy curve diagrams.
Support for end-notes.
Create exercise sheets and exams.
Symbol manipulation for breqn.
A crossover of align* and enumerate.
Globally harmonised system of chemical (etc) naming.
An implementation of Hobby’s algorithm for PGF/TikZ.
Displaying, hyperlinking, and indexing notions in a document.
LaTeX3 backend drivers.
Draw arrows over math letters.
Provide a graph datastructure for experimental LaTeX3.
\newcommand-like commands for defining math macros.
Typeset metric marks for Latin text.
Drawing molecular orbital diagrams.
Decorative rules between columns.
Improve the typesetting of mathematical matrices with TikZ.
Integrating notes into the bibliography.
Counters spelled out in Portuguese.
Drop-in replacement for ‘ocgx’ and ‘ocg-p’.
Manage the options and loading order of other packages.
Random walks using TikZ.
Provide LaTeX 3 commands for typesetting rules.
Stores LaTeX contents in memory or files.
A macro to format section numbering intuitively.
A simple package to format Backus-Naur form (BNF).
A comprehensive (SI) units package.
A database of chemicals.
Horizontally columned lists.
The package provides support for terminal-based menus using expl3.
Extend longtable with cells that merge hierarchically.
In-place argument substitution.
“Aligned” math environments with arrows for comments.
Support for CJK documents in XeLaTeX.
eXercise Sheets IMproved.