LaTeX Software

  • A variety of different LaTeX programs are loaded in various computer labs across campus.

  • If you prefer working online, https://www.writelatex.com/ compiles in your browser in real time. You can copy and paste code into the online environment and LaTex it there. You can also upload images as needed.

    If you would like to download LaTeX on your computer, note that it is free and open access.
  • The Mathematical Sciences LaTeX page includes information about a variety of software packages
  • Sydney Bentley, a graduate of our program advised: Hey everyone, this is the latex editor I found. It has spell check, auto-completion, and actually gives hints for fixing your code:
    http://www.xm1math.net/texmaker/
    This site lets you create a table that is much like excel and then generates the latex code for you:
    http://www.tablesgenerator.com/
    And if you google "latex generator" a number of equation generators will come up that can also be useful. It let's you see what the equation will look like before actually compiling the code in your doc.
    I hope this stuff is helpful in the future!
  • Personally I use the TeXShop front end (with MacTeX as the back end) on my Mac.

    I am happy to help in office hours or the ASULearn forums!