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Here's a potential solution using neato from the graphviz package. It requires a more difficult input format and the output isn't as nice as your example, but I think it conveys the right information. A file named sample.dot as follows... graph G { P -- Q [dir=forward]; L -- LM; M -- LM; LM -- P [dir=forward]; B -- BL; L -- BL; ...


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no, it is not possible, with mathml option all math commands are redefined to produce mathml code. In theory, you could redefine them in inline math environment to produce html instead, but it would prevent mathml for more complicated expressions. The only solution is to use custom commands for simple sub- and super-scripts. Create files simplescript.sty: ...


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To "keep layout and logic separated as much as possible", a cleaner approach would be to have your program write XML instead of raw text. This can then be transformed (probably using XSL) to LaTeX or any other output format you like, including raw text. Of course, this takes additional time. For a quick and dirty solution: If the column text is fixed ...


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Automatic processing of data for TeX / LaTeX The problem in your question is the term "sequentially". It is impossible to generate one TeX/LaTeX document continuously. A TeX / LaTeX document that produces valid output has a begin and more important, an end. When the document is finished without errors, the output is complete and the TeX / LaTeX job is done. ...


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As the mightiest tool in my toolbox is python, I see python problems everywhere. (The "my only tool is a hammer, everything looks like a nail problem".) The idea is the following: A data file, either excel, csv, mysql-database or whatever you like A LaTeX-template with placeholders, I used @@key, as two @ should never occure in a document, but you can ...


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I've made a shell script, which makes pdf's from all my tikz-pictures, but only if necessary, i.e. if the source is newer than an existing pdf. As far as I see, my solution has the advantage to others, that the pdfs are compiled in parallel, but you get noticed if one or multiple pdfs fail to compile, and then the rest of the compilation stops. So, I have ...



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