Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX)
Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX). Quickly develop excellence with this interface to LaTeX for Professional and Academic scientific word-processing
The name of this course is Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX). The knowledge you will get with this indescribable online course is astonishing. Quickly develop excellence with this interface to LaTeX for Professional and Academic scientific word-processing.
Not only will you be able to deeply internalize the concepts, but also their application in different fields won’t ever be a problem. The instructor is Christopher Mabb, one of the very best experts in this field.
Description of this course: Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX)
Course Description Scientific Word is the Windows program used for professional scientific word processing by leading academic and commercial researchers in universities and central banks around the world: from editing screen to printed page. It’s a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interface to LaTeX, the international standard for mathematical typesetting. This Training Course, which we have evolved over the last 20 years, is available live around the world for £6400 ($10k) – or just £1600 ($2600) for small groups of 4. I teach all the courses personally (I love it!). This video version gives the exact same teaching: you don’t get me live for Q&A, but you have the opportunity to watch and re-watch – all for a fraction of the cost. This is originally a Two-Day Course, each day comprising 3 one-and-a-half hour sessions. The video version contains over 4 hours of 720HD teaching, with several exercises for you to complete throughout. The course ends with The Advanced Challenge! Important: When playing the videos, be sure to watch in HD mode (click the HD button so that it lights up) and full screen mode for the fine detail.
Requirements of this course: Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX)
What are the requirements? Windows computer A copy of the free 30-day demo of Scientific Word (WYSIWYG LaTeX), available by download from a link in the preliminary Lecture 1. The preparatory ‘homework’ for the Course involves reading just one page – headed “Understanding the Logical Design Approach” (pp3-4) in the booklet “Getting Started with SWP, SW and SNB”, available as Supplementary material in the preliminary Lecture 1.
What will you learn in this course: Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX)?
What am I going to get from this course? By the end of the course, you will be fully functional in using Scientific Word/WorkPlace to produce beautifully typeset LaTeX documents. Covers everything that most users will ever need to know for their thesis, academic paper or journal submission.
Target audience of this course: Scientific Word Technical Typesetting (WYSIWYG LaTeX)
Who is the target audience? Academic mathematicians, economics, statisticians, physicists, engineers Commercial researchers in these fields Anyone needing to write scientific papers (ie. containing equations, graphics and tables)