## LaTeX: The Standard for Writing Mathematics

Mathematical typesetting and writing are best done with LaTeX, a free document markup system that has versions for all platforms. LaTeX output is 'typeset quality' as would appear in a book or journal.

- Tutorials, manuals, resources
- CTAN's "Getting started with LaTeX" (pdf)
- Welcome to MacTex (pdf)
- Math into LaTeX by George Grätzer (pdf)
- Math in LaTeX by Herbert Voß (pdf)
- "An essential guide to LaTeX 2ε usage: Obsolete commands and packages" by Trettin & Fenn (pdf)
- MacTeX wiki
- A Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List (pdf)
- An Online Tutorial by the India TUG (TeX Users Group)

- Software
- TeX Live, the standard full LaTeX distribution
- MacTeX: TeX Live for Macintosh OS X
- TeX Live for Windows

- LaTeX-It equation editor for Macintosh OS X
- TeXworks editor for Mac, Linux, and Windows.
- MikTeX LaTeX system for Microsoft Windows
- LaTeX Editor for Microsoft Windows

- TeX Live, the standard full LaTeX distribution
- How To Give a Talk: Advice on Preparing and Presenting Technical Talks in the Mathematical Sciences by Tamara G. Kolda, Sandia National Labs
- For making posters with LaTeX, see our faculty-info/tex-and-latex page