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I am currently making a skeleton for my thesis. Since it will be in physics, it has to deal with a lot of mathematics. I think there are two ways of making it right.
Choose a font for text and a different for math which clearly differs from each other. The math font should support upright Greek, italic Greek, (almost) every symbol from the
amssymbpackage. The math font should be clearly another because otherwise it looks improvised.
Choose the same font for everything (which is what I prefer). Of course like before, the font must support everything we need!
But I remember that there were some issues with the font selection and I can't really find a satisfying answer to the question: Which is the best font for mathematical LaTeX documents (if we want ONE font)?
My approach before: I use the MinionPro font. I decided that because I read (and I really can't find where) some time ago that it is the only font that supports e.g. upright Greek and does not replace anything with another font because something is missing. Is this still valid, am I missing something, what opinions are out there?