Re: [R] Latex editor recommendations

From: Wolfgang Lindner <>
Date: Wed 18 Oct 2006 - 13:26:01 GMT

Dear Tom,

I use the free, smal and charming TexShell/win by Struve and Nagel. The TexShell automaticly uses the default directory structure from MiKTex/win:

Quoted from Graham Williams: "A free TeXShell for MS-Windows 95 and NT. Features include: All files kept in own directory (no extra DLLs that mess up your system directory); Syntax highlighting for TeX commands; External programs freely definable; Support for dviwins line specials; Predefined templates and dialogs that assist you in editing text or create new documents; User defined templates that can even embrace an existing text; Dialog for inserting images (works with dviwin only); Images can be opened directly from the texshell; It is small."

Best wolfgang

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> > Tom Backer Johnsen schrieb:

> >> This question is not oriented towards R, but is posted here because I
> >> have the impression that there are at least some Latex users among the
> >> contributors. The question is: What editors for Latex are to be
> >> recommended? I have located one:
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> What other alternatives are there? I am (for the most part) using
> >> Windows XP.
> >>
> >> Tom
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