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LaTeX

Create LaTeX documents from within Julia, including image handling

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LaTeX

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This package allows to construct LaTeX documents programmatically.

Installation

It is assumed that you have pdflatex installed. You can then install LaTeX.jl like this:

Pkg.add("LaTeX")

To be able to use code blocks with syntax highlighting, please install Pygments: easy_install -U Pygments.

Example

using LaTeX

x = linspace(-6,6,100)
y = sin(x)./x

import Winston
w = Image([], 7, Winston.plot(x, y))

import Gadfly
g = Image(7, 7, Gadfly.plot(x = x, y = y))

# needs pygments to be installed
c = Code("""
type MyJuliaType
    a::Array{Int}
end
""")

openpdf(report(
    Section("Results", {
        Section("Plots", Figure("Plot comparison",Tabular({w,g}))),
        Section("Code", c)
})))

Available functions

content can always be either a single item or an array of items.

  • latex = report(content) assembles the LaTeX file
  • latex = document(content) gives more control over the look and feel of the document. See here for more.
  • openpdf(latex) compiles the LaTeX file and tries to open it
  • Section(title, content) creates a new section. A section is automatically translated to a Linux chapter, section or subsection according to its nesting
  • Figure(caption, content)
  • Table(caption content)
  • Tabular(content)
  • Code(content)
  • TOC() indicates a table of contents
  • Abstract(content) defines an abstract for the document
  • Image(height, width, Array or Winston.FramePlot or Gadfly.Plot), where the array can be either of size (m,n,1) or RGB (m,n,3), with the values in the range 0..1

Advanced

To define a custom document, use the document function, in combination with the following declarations, some of which can be omitted:

  • DocumentClass("article", ["11pt", "letterpaper"]) declares the document class of the file. Settings are passed through a vector as the second parameter.
  • Title("A LaTeX Library for Julia") declares the title of the file.
  • Date(1999, 12, 31) declares the date of the file. Note that this is the same Date as in standard Julia.
  • Author("John Smith") declares the author of the file.

For example, the following is a minimal document:

document([
    DocumentClass("article", ["11pt", "letterpaper"]),
    Date(2015, 11, 23),
    Title("A LaTeX Library for Julia"),
    Author("John Smith"),
    Section("Code", [Code("""# minimal example""")])])

Todos

  • make preamble configurable
  • adapt openpdf to linux
  • add tests

First Commit

01/04/2015

Last Touched

about 2 months ago

Commits

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