Re: [R] Latex editor recommendations

From: Niels Vestergaard Jensen <nvj_at_fys.ku.dk>
Date: Wed 18 Oct 2006 - 14:52:14 GMT

In a similar vein there's TeXmacs, which is somewhat WYSIWYG. (My apologies if it's already been mentioned). It's originally a linux program, but it's possible to run it under cygwin:

http://www.fmi.uni-passau.de/~seidl/texmacs/tmtour.html#2

best

         Niels

On Wed, 18 Oct 2006, Rainer M Krug wrote:

> I use LyX ( http://www.lyx.org/ ) and I am happy with it - it's
> advantage is that one does not need to know LaTeX in detail to use it.
>
> I only know it from Linux, but it is also available for Windows
>
> Rainer
>
>
>
> Stefan Grosse wrote:
>> For LaTeX I use the winedt editor: http://www.winedt.com which is
>> extremely powerful and there exists an add-on for the use with R (but I
>> prefer using Tinn-R for R). Winedt is shareware, you have a trial period
>> of 30 days. It has an affordable price and discount for academics if I
>> remember correctly.
>>
>> A very good freeware is TeXnicCenter: http://www.texniccenter.org/
>>
>> There are many other editors being capable of LaTeX editing like Jedit
>> (which has a LaTeX plugin), xemacs plus auctex and so on but the two
>> mentioned are the LaTeX specialists and in my opinion easier to use.
>>
>> (PS if you look for a nice reference-library for the use with LaTeX
>> Jabref is very good http://jabref.sourceforge.net/ free and works
>> excellent together with winedt (inserts citation into winedt by
>> mouse-click), has a connection to citeseer and medline for receiving
>> citations, can import endnote libraries and so on and so forth)
>>
>> 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:

>>>
>>> http://www.latexeditor.org/
>>>
>>> What other alternatives are there? I am (for the most part) using
>>> Windows XP.
>>>
>>> Tom
>>>
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