Welcome to the Ling-TeX home page.
About Ling-TeX The concept behind Ling-TeX is straightforward
-- it is a mailing list for people interested in typesetting
linguistics material with TeX. We hope to use this list as a means of
identifying, examining, testing, and comparing macros, fonts, style
files, etc. It is meant to provide an avenue for the active exchange
of information and experience. The list is aimed at both current and
potential users of TeX for linguistics, providing a common area for
questions and answers, suggestions, explanations, and samples of what
can be done.
Please note that Ling-TeX is intended to be a dynamic list, where we hope
to not just answer questions, but to encourage testing and comparisons of
various fonts, macros, and whatever else is ``testable''! It would be
helpful if new subscribers could post a brief notice, if they wish to
participate actively, indicating their specific use/non-use of TeX/LaTeX,
their particular area of interest (fonts, macros, etc.), and a note about
what they would like to lend a hand with: testing macros, writing new ones,
modifying existing ones, testing fonts, writing documentation,
proof-reading documentation ... and whatever else comes up.
Information on relevant macros
The ling-tex mailing list
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Other interesting websites
- TUG is the home page of the
TeX User Group.
- CTAN is the Comprehensive TeX
archive network containg just about everything connected
for Linguists provide information on how to use LaTeX for
writing Linguistics papers (articles, books, etc.). In
particular, they provide instructions and advice on creating
the things Linguists standardly need, like trees, numbered
examples, and so on, as well as advice on some things that most
people need (like bibliographies), but with an eye to standard
Manning's (La)TeX page.
hypertext index of LaTeX commands, courtesy of NASA's Goddard
Institute for Space Studies.
- SIL's fonts
in cyberspace is a huge database of language fonts
that includes some TeX fonts.
and LaTeX information for linguists is intended to be
selective, not encyclopaedic. It tries to
provide access to basic latex materials as well as a basic suite of
Other mailing lists
The Ling-TeX archives
The archive contains messages posted in
2000. Messages sent
after November 2004 can be found in the
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