I write frequently scientific reports such as technical reports, research papers, book chapters etc. I use LaTeX for writing these reports.

My question is "Is there any tool with latex support, which can check my scientific writing for common style errors?"

Please assume that I am comfortable with Windows/unix OS.

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For Grammar check. For syntax, use syntonly package available at ctan For Spell check.

For scientific documents, its always better to do proofreading yourself or with someone who is aware of the domain. None of the software can match it.

PS: Check ctan and this site for other type of latex tools/packages.

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