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texsis – Plain TeX macros for Physicists

TeXsis is a TeX macro pack­age which pro­vides use­ful fea­tures for type­set­ting re­search pa­pers and re­lated doc­u­ments. For ex­am­ple, it in­cludes sup­port specif­i­cally for: Au­to­matic num­ber­ing of equa­tions, fig­ures, ta­bles and ref­er­ences; Sim­pli­fied con­trol of type sizes, line spac­ing, foot­notes, run­ning head­lines and foot­lines, and ta­bles of con­tents, fig­ures and ta­bles; Spe­cial­ized doc­u­ment for­mats for re­search pa­pers, preprints and ``e-prints,'' con­fer­ence pro­ceed­ings, the­ses, books, ref­eree re­ports, let­ters, and mem­o­randa; Sim­pli­fied means of con­struct­ing an in­dex for a book or the­sis; Easy to use dou­ble col­umn for­mat­ting; Spe­cial­ized en­vi­ron­ments for lists, the­o­rems and proofs, cen­tered or non-jus­ti­fied text, and list­ing com­puter code; Spe­cial­ized macros for eas­ily con­struct­ing ruled ta­bles. TeXsis was orig­i­nally de­vel­oped for physi­cists, but oth­ers may also find it use­ful. It is com­pletely com­pat­i­ble with Plain TeX.

Sources/macros/texsis
Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Home pagehttp://www.tex­sis.org
Ver­sion2.18
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerEric My­ers
Frank Paige
Con­tained inTeXlive as tex­sis
MikTeX as tex­sis
Topics macros to build a for­mat
sup­port for type­set­ting physics doc­u­ments

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