Wolfram Publicon creates technical documents

Mathematica developer Wolfram Research has announced the introduction of Wolfram Publicon, an integrated solution for creating technical documents that can be exported to HTML, XML, LaTeX or custom Publicon formats. Publicon supports the inclusion of math typesetting symbols, including chemical equations and special characters, in documents and allows authors to copy and paste information from Wolfram's Mathematica technical computing system. It also offers a WYSIWYG interface, the ability to search within typeset equations, spell-checking with a built-in technical dictionary, instant bibliographies and more. Pricing is US$149 and Publicon runs in Mac OS X, although Wolfram does not furnish system requirements on its Web site.

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