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For LaTeX, we have the Font Catalogue which is a good resource for fonts available through LaTeX.

There doesn't appear to be a similar resource for Xe(La)TeX. So let's say I'm bored of computer modern and I want to try out some new fonts in XeLaTeX. Where can I find out what's available? Ideally I'd like to find what fonts have a math alphabet, at least some common ligatures (ff, ffi etc) and old style figures…

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With current TeXLive 2012:

Latin Modern Math 
TeX Gyre Pagella Math
TeX Gyre Termes Math
XITS Math
Asana Math

from http://tug.org/lucida

Lucida New Math  (Type 1)
Lucida Bright Math OT 

from https://github.com/khaledhosny/euler-otf

Neo-Euler math

from http://www.typoma.com

Minion Math

from M$

Cambria Math

and of course Computer Modern

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also Neo Euler –  morbusg Feb 8 '12 at 12:36
    
Lucida OpenType fonts (including Lucida Math) have been released today and area available from the TUG store: tug.org/store/lucida They are not free, but available at very reasonable prices (compared to other fonts). In addition, members of several TeX users groups can get a discount. –  Ulrik Vieth Mar 16 '12 at 19:51
    
@Herbert: Neo Euler is not on CTAN, but you can get it from GitHub: github.com/khaledhosny/euler-otf –  Ulrik Vieth Mar 16 '12 at 19:52
    
I just saw that there's a couple of articles on this in the latest TUGboat. –  Seamus Feb 3 '13 at 17:56
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There is also Minion Math (non-free, and pricey) from typoma GmbH. –  J. C. Salomon Feb 4 '13 at 5:04
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You have the possibility to use other math fonts, e.g. I typeset my thesis using Adobe Utopia for the text, and math design with utopia for the maths

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I don't think you've understood the question. I am asking which other fonts are available and where I can get information about them. –  Seamus Feb 8 '12 at 12:58
    
Yeah I got that, I'm just highlighting the fact that you can take advantage of some LaTeX math fonts if you want to complement your body font, as very few (esthetically pleasing, imho) math fonts are available for XeLaTeX. –  Timothée Poisot Feb 8 '12 at 15:12
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