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Seeing the output on Latex.

  1. Aug 7, 2012 #1
    I'm writing a scientific paper and I need to put in some partial differential equations ...I can generate a latex code for them using a software called 'texmaker' but in order to make them presentable in the form of proper partial differential equations, I need to see the output of the latex code....is there any software i can do that with or is there any other option to view the output easily?
     
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  3. Aug 8, 2012 #2
    Whenever you visit webpages for software about tex or latex, they explain how to go about generating the final pdf or whatever file and they would typically provide or direct you to such software...google latex and read up a bit more on how to go about that...latex2pdf and friends

    ....there is plenty of information on-line about this topic...it's been around for decades.
     
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