I'm writing a businessplan in LaTeX including tables and graphs. From the paper I'm creating presentations in reveal.js, and later some of the informasjon will go on website. I can't help but feel that recreating latex tabels and graphs in HTML, and having to update the data several places, is inefficient.

So I have looked at alternatives. Creole which says it can convert to e.g. HTML and Latex. But it seems like a dead project not really supported by anyone.

What your preferred workflow for creating data for print, web and presentations an efficient way?

  • Welcome to TeX - LaTeX! – Andrew Swann Sep 17 '15 at 10:13
  • you can try tex4ht for conversion to HTML, although expect that you will need to write lot of custom configurations if you want something fancy. search this site for tex4ht tag for some examples of the conversion and see my tutorial – michal.h21 Sep 17 '15 at 10:24
  • If the LaTeX code you're using isn't particularly complex, maybe start with Pandoc and convert it to HTML, LaTeX, and reveal.js as required? – Mike Renfro Sep 17 '15 at 13:05
  • Thanks! Sphinx seems similar to Pandoc. So there's 3 possibilities - how would you rate these three for continuous development? – Jon Ramvi Sep 17 '15 at 14:16
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    You can google comparisons between Markdown and ReST, but Pandoc Markdown and ReST Compared shows syntax differences between Pandoc and ReST specifically. I don't see an obvious way to get from ReST to reveal.js, but I'm sure you've already figured that out. ReST has better support for multi-file documents, but that can be worked around in Pandoc. – Mike Renfro Sep 17 '15 at 14:27

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