LaTeX for Humans Blog

13 March 2009


I set up the LaTeX for Humans blog in October 2008 to provide some support for researchers in the humanities working with LaTeX, an open source tool for creating documents.

I use LaTeX because it can display non-Latin alphabets, handle different transliteration styles, and for its elegant, professional-quality output.

LaTeX is largely used by the scientific community, so much of the support and documentation is for them – it can be difficult to track down information for the humantities.

I hope my blog will prove useful for people working with this system and related packages like ArabTeX and BibLaTeX.

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