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isomath

isomath

Mathematical style for science and technology

Date
2012-09-04
Licence

This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3 of this license or (at your option) any later version.

Abstract

The isomath package provides tools for a mathematical style that conforms to the International Standard ISO 80000-2 and is common in science and technology: capital Greek letters in italic shape, bold italic and sans-serif bold italic math alphabets with Latin and Greek characters, and macros for markup of vector, matrix and tensor symbols.

Files

README.txt

Requirements, Installation, Usage

README.html

Requirements, Installation, Usage (HTML)

isomath.sty

literate source (the actual LaTeX package)

isomath.sty.txt

literate source (text version)

isomath.sty.html

literate source (HTML)

isomath.txt

user documentation (source)

isomath.html

user documentation (HTML)

isomath.pdf

user documentation (PDF)

isomath-test.tex

Test example (source)

isomath-test.pdf

Test example (PDF output)

The bidirectional text <-> code converter PyLit can convert between isomath.sty and isomath.sty.txt.

The Docutils and pdflatex were used to generate the HTML and PDF documentation from the reStructuredText sources.

Requirements

This package builds on and extends fixmath by Walter Schmidt. It also requires kvoptions.

The cmbright package is recommended for sans-serif italic and sans-serif bold italic fonts matching with Computer Modern and derivatives.

All required packages are part of TeXLive and MikTeX.

Installation

If possible, get this package from your distribution using its installation manager.

Otherwise, make sure LaTeX can find the file isomath.sty:

Usage

Load the package and (optionally) change the default \vec macro with:

\usepackage{isomath}
\renewcommand{\vec}{\vectorsym}  % optional

Option description, more examples and usage hints are in the user documentation.