LaTeX style for automated creation of numeric chemical labels for scientific documents.
For documentation run
To generate style file run
The style file in this directory should always be identical to the file generated by
Several examples accompany the CTAN package in the
chemsec directory. You can compile these by processing the files twice using a latex program.
<latex command> example1 <latex command> example1
If you obtain the package from the GitHub repository you can run the examples by changing to the
test subdirectory and using the supplied makefile. For example to process the
example1.tex file use:
make clean example1
or make LATEX=latex clean example1
if you want to use a latex program other than
- The examples use the chemsec.sty file in the base
directory, this is not updated by the make program.
- The make program copies the example latex files and the
style file into the test directory. Dependency tracking should keep these up to date.
- The clean target should remove everything but the
makefile from the test directory.
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chemsec – Automated creation of numeric entity labels
Packages provides creation of sequential numeric labels for entities in a document. The motivating example is chemical structures in a scientific document. The package can automatically output a full object name and label on the first occurence in the document and just labels only on subsequent references.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2018 Justin Finnerty|
|Contained in||TeX Live as chemsec|
MiKTeX as chemsec
|Topics||Label and References|