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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibO in Academia


Le 2010-10-18 15:20, Jon Hamkins a écrit :
On 10/18/2010 09:44 AM, Marc Paré wrote:

Is LaTex use by all levels of academia? I am more familiar with the
music academics and I have to say that LaTex is not an option that I
have ever encountered.

In electrical engineering and math, LaTeX is the dominant tool to write
a Ph.D. thesis, at least in my experience.

I'm not so familiar with LaTeX for music. I have heard that one can
integrate LilyPond with LaTeX, but I don't know much about it. See, e.g.,

http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.12/Documentation/user/lilypond-program/LaTeX

----Jon


Hi Jon:

As far as I know LaTex is not used in music. I had heard of the integration of LilyPond into LaTex but was unclear as to what advantage is would bring to LilyPond. I am not familiar with LilyPond. In our area, Sibelius is more of the software packages used in Academia.

Thanks re: the use of LaTex in elect. engineering and math. Another good reason to seek integration with LaTex.

Cheers

Marc


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References:
[libreoffice-marketing] LibO in AcademiaMarc Paré <marc@marcpare.com>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibO in AcademiaJon Hamkins <hamkins@alumni.caltech.edu>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibO in AcademiaMarc Paré <marc@marcpare.com>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibO in AcademiaJon Hamkins <hamkins@alumni.caltech.edu>
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