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i am trying to get a latex output which equals the displayed maple equations, where i am using alias/surpress or declare to shorten the dependencies of my derivatives. Whereas in Maple this looks how i want it to look like, i can not get the latex() command to apply the aliases. Instead it replaces the short forms with the long terms before creating the latex code. Is there anyway to get a latex output directly from the displayed math WITH alias?

2 small examples:




Both yield  $ X \left( a,b,c \right)$ whereas i would like to get X. Simply substituing changes the partial differential symbol to "d" in the latex output and makes the equations unuseable, so this is no option i guess..

Thanks a lot for any suggestions!

I'm new to mapleprimers and if I make some mistakes I apologize. 

The problem I ran and on which I ask for help is that the command of maple latex I results in latex only the result of an arithmetic expression and the expression does not translate into latex itself. for example, the command latex (3 + 2) I 5 and not as a result from the translation in latex of 3 + 2. I also tried using the command inetrt form but did not succeed, I tried it with the quotes '' and even succeed. I also tried it with double quotes and with simple expressions funzioa eg latex ("(3 + 2) * 5") from me as a result `` (3 + 2) * 5 '' but with more complex expressions: eg. latex("\""(2+1/(5))^(0)+(6/(9)*(((83-8)/(90))-15/(10)+(3/(9))/(2)) -6/(9))/(75/(100)*12/(9))"''") mi da 

Error, Got internal error in Typesetting:-Parse:-Postprocess : "internal error: invalid object ""

Thanking for the help, Best regards



As a lot of people before me I'm severely dissappointed my Maple's ability to export a .mw file to .tex.

The output looks horrible and even disappears off the side of the page in some places.

I've searched far and wide on the internet but it's difficult for me to understand the few, outdated, results I've dug up.


Is it completely impossible to get my hands on a good (or just working) Maple 18 to LaTex exporter? It's not possible for me to begin coding my own.

When I export to latex a matrix  <<a|b>,<c|d>>, the latex uses \begin[ and \end]

\left[ \begin {array}{cc} a&b\\ \noalign{\medskip}c&d\end {array} \right]
Is there a way to make Maple use () parenthesis instead of []? The screen display is not important for me in Maple, but I'd the latex to use () instead.  It will be nice if there is way to configure this. I looked but could not find an option.


It seems a frequent issue that exported 3d plots are not shown as wished. I experience the same problem. Although I exported in the .eps format into a .tex latex-file the resulting .pdf-file shows a somewhat pixelated image of my 3d plot as if it was created in "Paint". Is there a solution for this in Maple13?

The following is taken from p 328 of the Maple TA manual.



% This question uses randomized variables.
\qutext{Find the formula for the inverse of the function
% The above code chooses random integer coefficients a and b between
% 2 and 10.



Running it though the online compiler generates the following when Service Pack 1 checkbox is UNCHECKED

Note: Successful conversion from LaTeX to QU does not guarantee that your testbank will load into Maple T.A. correctly. Please examine the contents of the box below for any additional errors that may be generated when your testbank is loaded into Maple T.A.

l2e_pkIwct.qu: Error at line 3.
Line ended while reading variable name (missing "=" at end of name?)

(A response of "[OK]" indicates that there should be no problems uploading your converted testbank file to Maple T.A.)


and the following when it is CHECKED


[30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] [44]
[45] [46] [47] [48] [49] [50] [51] [52])
(/usr/local/latex2edu/texmf/tex/local/ed/ed.4ht [53] [54]))
No file l2e_yQsgNQ.aux.
! Emergency stop.
<*> \def\production{}\input l2e_yQsgNQ.tex

Output written on l2e_yQsgNQ.dvi (54 pages, 25316 bytes).
Transcript written on l2e_yQsgNQ.log.



What's going on?

How I can get a list of all label refernces of a worksheet. In fact I want to write a small code which would produce the LaTex output (written to a text file) for my indicated labels. thanx

I want to put the solution obtained from ShowSolution() command of Student[Calculus1] into my LaTeX file. How I can achieve that?

I succeeded in getting latex of ExpandSteps because it was a module, but ShowSolution() is not a module.

I have generated an 8x8 Jacobian, containing a few variables and several zeros as elements. I would like to translate this to LaTeX code. How can I first simplify what I have, to make it tractable?

Here is the Maple code:

eq_1 := Lambda-mu*S-(beta*(H+C+C1+C2)*S+tau*(T+C)*S)/(S+T+H+C+C1+C2+C1M+C2M);
eq_2 := (-beta*(H+C+C1+C2)*T+tau*(T+C)*S)/(S+T+H+C+C1+C2+C1M+C2M)-(mu+mu[T])*T;
eq_3 := (beta*(H+C+C1+C2)*S-tau*(T+C)*H)/(S+T+H+C+C1+C2+C1M+C2M)-(mu+mu[A])*H;
eq_4 := (beta*(H+C+C1+C2)*T+tau*(T+C)*H)/(S+T+H+C+C1+C2+C1M+C2M)-(mu+mu[T]+mu[A]+lambda[T])*C;
eq_5 := lambda[T]*C-(mu+mu[A]+rho[1]+eta[1])*C1;
eq_6 := rho[1]*C1-(mu+mu[A]+rho[2]+eta[2])*C2;
eq_7 := eta[1]*C1-(mu+rho[1]+gamma)*C1M;
eq_8 := eta[2]*C2+rho[1]*C1M-(mu+rho[2]+gamma*rho[1]/(rho[1]+rho[2]))*C2M;
J := VectorCalculus:-Jacobian([eq_1, eq_2, eq_3, eq_4, eq_5, eq_6, eq_7, eq_8], [S, T, H, C, C1, C2, C1M, C2M]);

JQDFE := eval(J, [S = Lambda/(beta-mu[A]), T = 0, H = Lambda*(beta/(mu+mu[A])-1)/(beta-mu[A]), C = 0, C1 = 0, C2 = 0, C1M = 0, C2M = 0]);


I would like to implement a rule for typeseting delayDotProduct in latex exports (in which this expressions appears in plain form). It corresponds to dot products of vectors/matrices with the "." operator. I tried to define 

sprintf("{ {%s}{%s} }",cat(`latex/print`(f1)),cat(`latex/print`(f2)))
end proc:

which does not do the job. 


A related question: How can I make


produce x''(t) in latex output?

Hello everyone.

I have lots of lengthy equations in Maple that I don't want to waste time for rewritting them. I am looking for a clean and tidy way to export these equations from Maple and import them into a LaTeX or Word document.

As an example do it with the equation in the following file.

Many many thanks.

I want to write an equation in the text portion of my document.  I do not need it evaluated. I just want to write formulas, like I do in LaTeX. 

For some reason, Maple does not use \frac{}{} for things like 1/2 that can occur in an expression



This make the generated code not good looking. For example using this in Maple:

latex(diff(y(x), x)+y(x)*cos(x)-(1/2)*sin(2*x) = 0);

produces this latex when proccessed:

When the latex is put inside a display in the document.  This is terrible. Is there a way to tell Latex to use \frac{}{} for fractions?


I run the command

> latex( '(3*p^4+3*p^2-2*p+1)/((1-p+p^2)*(1-3*p+3*p^2))' );

and I get

{\frac {3\,{p}^{4}+3\,{p}^{2}-2\,p+1}{ \left( 1-p+{p}^{2} \right)
\left( 1-3\,p+3\,{p}^{2} \right) }}

for some reason before every variable p I get a backslash and comman, \, and the frac{}{} command is always written as \frac {}{}, which isn't valid latex syntax, etc.  What's going on?

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