Tag Archives: Document-preparation

TeX Tips

John Cook, who've I've mentioned a few times here, has a nice Twitter feed called TeX Tips. Every weekday, he posts a TeX/LaTex tip. Mostly they're things you've probably seen—although some surprised me—but they're of great value to folks like … Continue reading

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Word versus LaTeX Again

Remember that silly paper purporting to compare the efficiency of Word versus LaTeX that I wrote about a couple of times? Daniel Lemire has a nice followup on the paper that incorporates some of the original authors' responses to its … Continue reading

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Word versus LaTeX: A Coda

A short while ago I wrote about the Knauff & Nejasmic study claiming to show that when Academics are writing papers they are more efficient with Word than with LaTeX. That study was, in my and several others' opinions, completely … Continue reading

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LaTeX vs. Word

In an act that I'm sure was designed to throw me into a fit of rage, Markus Knauff and Jelica Nejasmic published An Efficiency Comparison of Document Preparation Systems Used in Academic Research and Development in PLOS ONE. The paper … Continue reading

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