The most widespread format for scientific documents teeming with formulas is TeX. It is a programming language. The most widespread sublanguage is LaTeX. The output of modern tex-compilers is pdf-file (other formats include dvi, ps). For more information refer to Library. Local resources are here. See also course Practical guide for LaTeX. For quick start use these templates. See also my localtexmf folder. For quick guide of what typesetting tool to use see here.

Online tools

TeX packages

The full power of TeX is revealed in innumerable number of packages. Here are some of them (note that most of the links here are to a local miktex folder):

TeX software

TeX environments:

TeX editors:

Related software:


updated 14.05.2015