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Does anyone any have experience with writing large works (fx. a thesis, BA, ...) in Mathematica and then successfully converting it to LaTeX code of reasonably quality or should I just stick to my trusted Memoir class.

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Only marginally related, but Matlab has a similar publish command that allows one to generate LaTeX text with intermixed Matlab output. A notable example of a book written using it is Approximation Theory and Approximation Practice by LN Trefethen – Federico Poloni Jul 12 '12 at 11:46
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use the memoir class and export the code for the mathematica examples from within your LaTeX document. Then run the mathematica examples by a script and insert the created pdfs instead of the source code. Can all be done automatically.

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