TUG 2014

TUG 2014
July 28-30, 2014
USA

TUG 2014: The 35th Annual Meeting of the TeX Users Group was held in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Will static CSS someday suffice for online rendering of profiled LaTeX?

William Hammond
University at Albany

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Texinfo visits a garden

Joseph Hogg
Los Angeles,CA

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Building TeX Live

Karl Berry
TeX Users Group

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TeX and copyediting

SK Venkatesan
TNQ Books and Journals

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TeX Live Utility: A slightly-shiny Mac interface for TeX Live Manager

Adam Maxwell
Port Angeles, WA

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An output routine for an illustrated book

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University

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MacTeX Design Philosophy vs TeXShop Design Philosophy

Richard Koch
University of Oregon

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LaTeX3 and expl3 in 2014: Recent developments

Will Robertson
University of Adelaide

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Creating a LaTeX class file using a graphical interface

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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Using animations within LaTeX documents

Michael Doob
University of Manitoba

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Experiences with TikzDevice

David Allen
University of Kentucky

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Moving an online book to paper

Jim Hefferon
Saint Michael’s College

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LaTeX in the classroom

Daniel Raies

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Typography and readability: An experiment with post-stroke patients

Leila Akhmadeyeva
Bashkir State Medical University

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PDF files both to print and to read on screen

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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A quarter century of naive use and abuse of LaTeX

Alan Wetmore
US Army Research Lab

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Li(b/t)erate (TeX/C)—Top part: JSBox

Doug McKenna
Mathemaesthetics

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“Fake spaces” with pdfTeX—best of both worlds

Ross Moore
Macquarie University

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Regression testing LaTeX packages with Lua

Frank Mittelbach
LaTeX3 Project

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Converting structured LaTeX to other formats

David Farmer
American Institute of Mathematics

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Creating mathematical jigsaw puzzles using TeX and friends

Julian Gilbey
London,UK

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Metapolator: Why Metafont is finally catching on

David Crossland
Metapolator

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Li(b/t)erate (TeX/C)—Bottom part: literac

Doug McKenna
Mathemaesthetics

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Recent additions to Tex’s font Repertoire

Michael Sharpe
UC San Diego

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MathBook XML

Robert Beezer
 

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Plotly: Collaborative, interactive, and online plotting with TeX

Etienne Tetreault-Pinard
Plotly

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