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Allegedly, one can produce pdf files from ipython notebooks by first producing a .tex file from nbconvert (http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/stable/interactive/nbconvert.html#nbconvert)

However, I run into a ! LaTeX Error: File `import.sty' not found. when trying to run pdfLaTeX on the .tex files I produce using nbconvert. What are the .sty files or packages I need to install in order to produce nice PDF files from ipython notebooks?

  • One would need to see the preamble of the .tex file: it contains the list of all packages that are required to compile. Import.sty is part of the TeX Live as well as the MiKTeX distribution, but not necessarily installed by default. The simplest way to go is to use the package manager of the distribution – Bernard Jan 11 '14 at 20:04
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    The answer to your question is 'whichever packages give you that error message'. I did a quick test and didn't have to install any packages, but I have a complete TeX Live distribution. A basic MikTeX installation may miss several packages, but as Bernard says, use the Package manager to install these. – Torbjørn T. Jan 11 '14 at 21:24
  • Thanks to both of you, that makes sense. I'm on Ubuntu 13.04, and installed TeX Live per askubuntu.com/questions/163682/… I probably don't have pdflatex properly configured to point to that distribution. Once I get it sorted, I'll post an answer in case anyone else runs into this same problem. – Alex Dusenbery Jan 11 '14 at 23:50
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I had this same issue. Solved by installing pdf-latex-extra (on ubuntu, as the OP)

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  • This mostly depends on the TeX distribution you're using and without specifying which one, this answer doesn't help. – egreg Mar 19 '14 at 10:10
  • info added (ciao Enrico!) – Emanuele Paolini Mar 19 '14 at 10:25

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