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Different people like different styles, and so it maybe useful to list all the math fonts for greek letters latex. So far as I know, there are some math fonts for greek letters as follows for which the way to invoke see: http://www.tug.org/pracjourn/2006-1/hartke/hartke.pdf.

  1. Package: Computer Modern; Greek: cm

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  1. Package: cmbright; Greek: cmbright

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  1. Package: ccfonts,eulervm; Greek: concrete upshape

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  1. Package: concmath; Greek: concrete itshape

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  1. Package: iwona; Greek: iwona

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  1. Package: kurier; Greek: kurier

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  1. Package: anttor; Greek: anttor

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  1. Package: kmath,kerkis; Greek: kerkis

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  1. Package: millennial,fouriernc; Greek: nc schlbk

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  1. Package: pxfonts,mathpazo,mathpple,newpxmath; Greek: palatino

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  1. Package: txfonts,mathtime (Belleek),mathptmx,newtxmath; Greek: times

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  1. Package: mbtimes; Greek: omega

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  1. Package: arev; Greek: arev

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  1. Package: mathdesign (Charter); Greek: charter

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  1. Package: mathdesign (Garamond); Greek: garamond

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  1. Package: mathdesign (Utopia); Greek: utopia

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  1. Package: fourier; Greek: utopia

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Although there are many math fonts for greek letters, I didn't get what I like. So my question is

Are there some more choices?

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    Aside from being opinion based, I would note that, with rare exception, you should use a complete font set (as designed), rather than to pick and choose individual characters from various fonts. – Steven B. Segletes Apr 26 at 11:06
  • @StevenB.Segletes So I intend to select a best font from the answers. – Mogic Apr 26 at 11:34
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  • @StevenB.Segletes The fonts in your link are all in the list already. – Mogic Apr 26 at 15:40
  • You have done a lot of work. Might you consider putting something like this on CTAN for general distribution? You might, though, find that someone (I can't remember who) has beaten you to it. – Peter Wilson Apr 26 at 17:46
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You can use:

  • Any font from The LaTeX Font Catalogue that has math support
  • Any LGR-encoded Greek font, with either mathastext or isomath
  • Any OpenType math font with unicode-math
  • Any OpenType or TrueType font family with Greek letters at the right Unicode code points, using either the range= option of \setmathfont in unicode-math or the \setmathsfont command of mathspec
  • Any other font format, if you’re willing to convert it and do a lot of work on font metrics

My recommendation would be to use modern font formats and Unicode when you can, and legacy encodings when you have to.

  • Although know these methods, I didn't find the desired font… – Mogic Apr 27 at 1:19
  • @Mogic I don’t understand what you’re looking for. – Davislor Apr 29 at 14:58

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