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The PracTeX Journal

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The PracTeX Journal

The PracTeX Journal 
PracTeX
Discipline digital typography
Language English
Publication details
Publisher
2004 to present
Indexing
ISSN 1556-6994
Links
  • Journal homepage

The PracTeX Journal, or simply PracTeX, also known as TPJ, is an online journal focussing on practical use of the TeX typesetting system. It is published by the TeX Users Group and intended to be a complement to their primary print journal, TUGboat.

Topics covered in PracTeX include:

  • publishing projects or activities accomplished through the use of TeX
  • problems that were resolved through the use of TeX or problems with TeX that were resolved
  • how to use certain LaTeX packages
  • questions & answers
  • introductions for beginners

The editorial board includes many long-time and well-known TeX developers, including Lance Carnes, Arthur Ogawa, and Hans Hagen.

See also

External links

  • Journal home page


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