Recommended resources for Mathematics and Statistics

- Author Resource Center (American Mathematical Society)Tools to help you write, edit, illustrate, and publish your mathematical works, including AMS Style and LaTeX.
- A Guide to Writing Mathematicsby Dr. Kevin P. Lee, hosted by the University of California Davis (17 pages).

- The Chicago Guide to Writing about Numbers by Jane E. MillerCall Number: T11 .M485 2004ISBN: 0226526305Publication Date: 2004-11-03Field-tested with students and professionals alike, this book shows writers how to think about numbers during the writing process. Miller begins with twelve principles that lay the foundation for good writing about numbers. She next discusses the fundamental tools for presenting numbers--tables, charts, examples, and analogies--and shows how to use these tools within the framework of the twelve principles to organize and write a complete paper.
- Handbook of Typography for the Mathematical Sciences by Steven G. KrantzCall Number: Z253.4.T47 K72 2001ISBN: 9781584881490Publication Date: 2000-08-31Learn how to format, edit, and layout a page Examine a variety of graphics options, discover powerful tools available for indexing, bibliographies, tables, and diagrams, access a compendium of all TeX commands commonly used in mathematical writing.
- Mathematical Publishing: A Guidebook by Steven G. KrantzCall Number: QA42 .K69 2005ISBN: 9780821836996Publication Date: 2005-11-30This new volume is an informative, comprehensive guidebook to publishing mathematics. Krantz describes both the general setting of mathematical publishing and the specifics about all the various publishing situations mathematicians may encounter. He gives advice on how to get your book published, how to get organized as an editor, what to do when things go wrong, and more.

LaTeX is free and open-source document markup language and typesetting program that is particularly good at presenting mathematical symbols, formulas, graphs, as well as non-Roman alphabets** **better than traditional word processing programs (e.g. Microsoft Word).

- The LaTeX ProjectHomepage for LaTeX, all about the product including documentation and forums.
- OverleafAn online LaTeX editor that’s easy to use. No installation, real-time collaboration, version control, hundreds of LaTeX templates, and more.

- Free & Interactive Online Introduction to LaTeXFrom Overleaf.
- Getting to Grips with LaTeX: Mathematics - Part 1A brief overview of the basics of working with Mathematics in LaTeX. Provides a great, quick start.
- Getting to Grips with LaTeX: Mathematics - Part 2Part two of the tutorial offers a quick overview of typesetting and formatting mathematics in LaTeX.
- Short Math Guide for LaTeXShort guide by Michael Downes and Barbara Beeton, for the American Mathematical Society.

- LaTeX Beginner's Guide by Stefan Kottwitz; Robin TUGCall Number: Online ResourceISBN: 9781847199874Publication Date: 2011-01-01Offers you a practical introduction to LaTeX with plenty of step-by-step examples. Beginning with the installation and basic usage, you will learn to typeset documents containing tables, figures, formulas, and common book elements like bibliographies, glossaries, and indexes and go on to managing complex documents and using modern PDF features.
- LaTeX and Friends by M. R. C. van DongenCall Number: Online ResourceISBN: 9783642238154Publication Date: 2012-01-29With chapters on Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics, Algorithmss, and more.
- LaTeX Cookbook by Stefan KottwitzCall Number: Online ResourceISBN: 9781784395148Publication Date: 2015-10-28An example-driven approach to creating stunning graphics directly within LaTeX Best for users already familiar with the basics of LaTeX.
- The LaTeX Companion by John John Fuller (Series edited by); Frank Mittelbach; Michel Goossens; Johannes Braams; David Carlisle; Chris RowleyCall Number: Online ResourceISBN: 0201362996Publication Date: 2004-04-22Nearly 1,000 fully tested examples that illustrate the text and solve typographical and technical problems, with full coverage of the latest packages for all types of documents.

See these research guides from other universities for more on writing and typesetting in LaTeX.

- How to Use LaTeXGuide from Wayne State University in Detroit.
- Overleaf Professional at HarvardGuide from Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. Some instructions are specific to Harvard users, but there are many more helpful links for anyone.

- MathMLMathML is an application of XML for describing mathematical notations and capturing both its structure and content on the web. Information on how to learn and use MathML, on available software, and news from the MathML community.
- OpenMathA markup language for specifying the meaning rather than the presentation of formulae, with information about their semantic meaning. OpenMath works in tandem with MathML and can be encoded in XML.

- Last Updated: Nov 4, 2024 3:44 PM
- URL: https://libguides.wustl.edu/math
- Print Page