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I've looked around for this, and haven't been able to find a satisfactory answer; How would one go about producing (automatically) a table of equations, just a numbered list of used equations, possibly linked to their position in the document, as say an appendix?

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Do you want the list to contain for each numbered equation, the equation number and the page, or the entire equation and the page? –  Matthew Leingang Nov 5 '10 at 10:10
    
Not to be absurd, but it'd be nice to know how to do all three! :) –  EricR Nov 9 '10 at 16:09
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With the tocloft package you can create your own List of ... list. Here is a nice tutorial.

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Does that work for non-floating content? –  Joseph Wright Nov 5 '10 at 10:08
    
I think so. At the moment I don't have time to try it out –  Alessandro Cuttin Nov 5 '10 at 12:37
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The thmtools package defines \listoftheorems which does pretty much what you want. See page 7 of the manual.

(Disclaimer: I've not actually used it, but I've seen it recommended on here before.)

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I just realised that the question was about equations not theorems, but I'll leave it up here in case there is a way to do what is wanted via thmtools... –  Seamus Nov 5 '10 at 13:46
    
Completely acceptable, cheers, that's a tangential question that's nice to have answered. –  EricR Nov 9 '10 at 16:10
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