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Re: [Orgmode] About entering latex code in an org file
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Curiouslearn |
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Re: [Orgmode] About entering latex code in an org file |
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Fri, 10 Dec 2010 11:19:51 -0500 |
Giovannie, thanks very much for the reply. Your solution works well
for latex export.
Is there a way to make it work for the HTML export too? I thought
MathJax would take care of converting it to appropriate html file.
While \pi_g is appropriately converted, \geq is not. Also, \( \)
remain in the HTML. Perhaps, I am asking for too much and please let
me know if that is so. But if there is a way to write math in such a
way that it is compatible with both html and latex, I would like to
learn it.
Thanks again.
On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Giovanni Ridolfi
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Curiouslearn <address@hidden> writes:
>
>>
>> I am new to both emacs and org-mode. Org-mode sounds really cool and I
>> am trying to use it to make notes for a project.
>
> welcome!
>
>> I have some latex
>> symbols that I need to enter in the file.
>> As a background:
>> (1) I read in the manual that for latex code I do not need to enclose
>> math inside $ $.
>> (2) I have many words with "_" in the their names, so as mentioned in
>> the manual, I added
>> #+OPTIONS: ^:{} _:{}
>> to my .org file.
>>
>> In fact, the my file is
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> #+OPTIONS: ^:{}
>> #+OPTIONS: _:{}
>> #+LATEX_HEADER: \setlength{\parskip}{2ex plus 0.5ex minus 0.2ex}
>> #+LATEX_HEADER: \setlength{\parindent}{0in}
>>
>> * TODO Write an aspiration_review function
>> The function should do the following:
>> 1. Investigates if \pi_{g} \geq 0.05 and \bar{\pi} \geq ASP_LEVEL
>>
>>
>> ** Investigate if
>>
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> The problem is that when I export this using 'C-c C- e l' to latex,
>> some parts that should be enclosed in $ $ sign are not enclosed. This
>> is the relevant line copied and pasted from the exported .tex file
>>
>> \item Investigates if $\pi$$_\{g\}$ \geq 0.05 and \bar{\pi} \geq
>> ASP\_{}LEVEL
>>
>> Can someone please let me know what is happening?
>
> You can't have the cake and eat it.
>
> I suggest you to enclose LaTeX parts in \( \) (that are better handled
> than $'s) and keep the option
> #+OPTIONS: ^:{} _:{}
>
> 1. Investigates if \( \pi_{g} \geq \) 0.05 and \(\bar{\pi} \geq \)
> ASP_LEVEL
>
> gives:
> Investigates if \( \pi_{g} \geq \) 0.05 and \(\bar{\pi} \geq \)
> ASP\_{}LEVEL
>
> cheers,
> Giovanni
>
>