[Scribus] Authoring Math formulas using scribus

avox avox
Sun Apr 8 23:15:43 CEST 2007

Albretch Mueller-2 wrote:
> I need to author a Math paper on statistics and I think the only 
> "reasonable" option to me right now, would be using scribus ".sla" files
> and 
> save them as .pdf ones

No, Scribus currently has no support for math formulas. Best bet is to do
maths in LaTeX and import as EPS to Scribus. See

Another approach using OO.o and jEuclid was described in

You don't have to use Scribus, other possibilities for a math paper are LyX,
which uses LaTeX in the background, or plain OO.o (don't know about the
typesetting quality of equations, though).

> I did search your mailing list archives for this info and found some links 
> like
> ~
> http://nashi.altmuehlnet.de/pipermail/scribus/2007-April/023163.html
> ~
> Is there a how-to or a tutorial on authoring math script using scribus
> (and 
> saving them as PDF then)?

Not that I know of.


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