A Python library for creating LaTeX files and snippets
PyLaTeX is a Python library for creating and compiling LaTeX files or snippets. The goal of this library is being an easy, but extensible interface between Python and LaTeX.
Simply install using pip:
pip install pylatex
And then install a relevant LaTeX processor and other dependencies. Examples:
sudo apt-get install texlive-pictures texlive-science texlive-latex-extra latexmk
There are two versions of the documentation:
Read the How to contribute page for tips and rules when you want to contribute.
The documentation contains a lot of examples that show the functionality. To give an impression of what can be generated see this picture:
Copyright and License
Copyright 2014 Jelte Fennema, under the MIT license
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