Yesterday version 1.0 of the package ChemFig has been released. Let’s take a first look on what’s new. In the manual the author says: “it is now possible to build reaction schemes“. Behind this short sentence a major innovation is hidden.
I’d like to present you some examples of how `chemfig‘ and `TikZ‘ can be used to illustrate chemistry problems. Please note, that the code — especially the TikZ code — is not necessarily the simplest way to achieve the pictures. It is just the first I made and will probably…
The `chemmacros’ package is now ready and has just been submitted to CTAN. It should be available there soon. You can also get it here. If you find any bugs, errors or want to suggest a feature that’s missing, don’t hesitate to contact me either by leaving a comment on…
I nearly completed `chemmacros’ that I mentioned recently. I’d like to present you some of the little helpers it will be providing. Hopefully in two or three days, it will be ready to be published on CTAN (and here, of course). Let’s take a look
When I started this website a few days ago I planned it as supporting page for the package myChemistry. I changed my mind. I will blog about anything related with and chemistry. So there will also be news about all this other useful packages:
This is another one of the myChemistry examples taken from the manual, just because I like the QuickLaTeX support of this website so much. The code:
Ever since I wrote my first example file I used the editor Kile. I don’t know if this editor is more oder less comfortable than others, or better or worse — it simply is the one I’m used to. One of the reasons I started using was that I found…
I just discovered, that it is possible to display myChemistry directly on the web site using QuickLaTeX. For some reason though, it’s not possible to use it directly in the exact meaning of the word.
Version 1.6 of myChemistry is almost ready. Some of the missing features mentioned earlier have been added.
When you’re leaving a comment you can see the two buttons “LaTeX Code” and “LaTeX Render”. These are meant to give you the possibility to easily add source code to comments. Using the “LaTeX Code” button encloses your code with