# ClampFit on MacOSX

This is instructions to use the ClampFit from the pClamp suite for ion channel analysis on the Mac.  The system this write-up is based on is OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard), pClamp 10, and uses Winebottler 1.1.44.

# 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.

# Subdued TeXShop Color Scheme

Instructions to make TeXShop’s color scheme more… acceptable.

# Writing with LaTeX (2/5): Installation & Resources.

Now that you have a sense of why $\LaTeX$ could be useful, we will move straight to practice.  It’s easier to make sense of $\LaTeX$ when you’ve seen it in action, so theory will come in the next part.  This post helps you get $\LaTeX$ up-and-running (for MacOSX and Windows), and points out resources when things are not happening the way you think it should.