# Love, Marriage, and Monte Carlo (1/3)

A three part series that explore the Marriage Problem using Monte Carlo.  This first part lays out the premise of the “problem”.

.

.

.

# 3D Bar Histograms in Python

Attempts to prepare 3D (XYZ) histograms in python using the mplot3d package (part of matplotlib).

# Writing Chemistry with LaTeX (3/3)

In this last part of writing chemistry with LaTeX, we will look at the chemscheme portion of chemstyle.  It offers automatic tracking for schemes and compounds, and is a major time-saver for synthetic chemists.  Download example packages here: version 1, version 2.

# LaTeX Embedded Python (1/2)

One of the attraction of LaTeX is that it is extensible.  Using Martin Ehmsen’s python.sty, it is possible to embed python into LaTeX code to prepare dynamic, living documents.

# Spellchecking LaTeX in MacOSX

How to spell-check a LaTeX document with specialized dictionary in TeXShop.

# Writing Chemistry with LaTeX (2/3)

In the last post we downloaded and cleaned up a RSC template.  In this post we will add Wright’s chemstyle package to make writing in chemistry even easier, and explore some basic equation and typesetting usage of mhchem and chemstyleChemscheme related items (e.g., auto-numbering of compounds) is in the last part of this series.

# Writing Chemistry with LaTeX (1/3)

Branching from the core series of LaTeX introduction, here is a specialized series on writing chemistry papers and dissertations in $\LaTeX$.  In this part, we will download, open, and clean up a RSC template, yielding a cleaner framework for writing.