[NTG-context] Is there a mathematica typesetting manual for ConTeXt ?

Tobias Burnus tobias.burnus at physik.fu-berlin.de
Sat May 14 07:05:44 CEST 2005

Ni hao and hello,

redox wrote:

>>  or
>>  or
For most equation, the plain TeX commands incl. \eqalign and \eqalignno
should be enough. (For the latter: \formulanumber{} and
\formulasubnumber are useful.)

For nath, one should use the LaTeX documentation; for details see:

Analogously for AMS math functionality, see

>".... At this moment you can load the following modules:
>  units
>I noted that the version of "ConTeXt an excursion" is "May 27, 1999", so I think it's also a little out-of-date.
True, but all documentation is soon out of date. For the modules, you
quoted, see also:

For bold math symbols:

For m-newmat, read the source code; m-newmat is based on/inspired by
AMS's macropackage.

(I have to admit, I cannot find m-math.tex/t-math.tex anywhere.)



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