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# TeX Editor

### Ben Hinkle (view profile)

11 Aug 2006 (Updated )

a GUI for editing LaTeX equations

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Description

TeXEditor is a graphical interface for editing and previewing LaTeX equations for use in MATLAB. Keyboard shortcuts and equation templates are supported. Reference links to TeX resources on the web are provided for help.

Acknowledgements

This file inspired Te Xed.

MATLAB release MATLAB 7 (R14)
02 Oct 2014 Ali Osman

### Ali Osman (view profile)

Wowwwwww.... excellent program...

01 Jun 2012 Ketan Tang

### Ketan Tang (view profile)

This program is really impressive!

12 Mar 2011 Pat

### Pat (view profile)

Excellent program! Using to check my publish equations in editor. Very simple to use and implement. Thank you so much!

01 Nov 2010 Jan Simon

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01 Nov 2010 Jan Simon

### Jan Simon (view profile)

This function is published under: "Copyright 2006-2010 The MathWorks, Inc.". It contains a function stored in binary form, which is self-extracting. I'm surprised to find this great example for breaking the FEX policy "no compiled files" especially created from TMW.
There is no description of what is encoded in this block. How can I check that this binary code is no malware?

Even after 4 years the instructions are very lean - in a screaming difference to the excellent idea and the nice implementation.

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18 Dec 2009 wl flying

### wl flying (view profile)

hi, how to use this program? who has an example?

17 May 2009 Peter B

### Peter B (view profile)

hi do you know how to do:

$\eta_{\text{Max}}$

It appears that Matlab does not like the latex \text command.
Thanks

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12 Mar 2008 dani hak

great idea and implipintation

05 Sep 2007 w qy

Good work!

21 Aug 2006 Loly LaFramboise

Neat! Just a suggestion though: It would be nice to be able to select and copy the latex equation (the result) like an image into text editor.

17 Aug 2006 Doug Hull

Ben did an excellent job with this. I recommend it and will put it as pick of the week.

16 Aug 2006 John D'Errico

I won't give this a rating (yet) because its clearly a work in progress. I'd like to see more instructions on how to use it. But, my general opinion from what I've seen so far is: NEAT!

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14 Oct 2009 1.1

BSD update

24 Nov 2009 1.2