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TUGboat 38:1, 2017

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Complete issue 38:1 as one pdf (8.6mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   1 
Editorial information   2 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   2 
 
General Delivery
President's note 
  Jim Hefferon      [Introductory — TUG news and reflections]
 3-4 
Editorial comments 
  Barbara Beeton      [Introductory — typography and TUGboat news]
     *iTeX live!
     LaTeX video tutorials
     The Go fonts
     Metafont at 32
     From TUG'16, more from Joe Clark
 5-6 
Interview with Scott Pakin 
  David Walden      [Introductory — developer of many LaTeX packages and other TeX-related tools]
 7-10 
What's a Professor of Neurology doing using LaTeX? 
  David Teplow      [Introductory — personal history and experiences of LaTeX in a non-LaTeX world]
 10-15 
 
Typography
Typographers' Inn 
  Peter Flynn      [Intermediate — Layouts; afterthought]
 16-17 
Review and summaries: The History of Typographic Writing—The 20th century 
  Charles Bigelow      [Intermediate — chapter-by-chapter summaries of this set of extended essays; volume 1 of 2]
     Combined three-part review.
 18-22 
 
Fonts
SILE: A new typesetting system 
  Simon Cozens      [Intermediate Plus — a new Lua typesetter using TeX algorithms, Unicode, and major libraries]
 23-27 
BaskervilleF 
  Michael Sharpe      [Intermediate — a revival of Fry's Baskerville, adapted from Libre Baskerville]
 28-30 
 
General Delivery
Programming LaTeX—A survey of documentation and packages 
  Brian Dunn      [Introductory — resources for writing LaTeX packages and code]
 31-33 
CTAN goes 2.0—New community features and more 
  Gerd Neugebauer      [Introductory — user ratings and descriptions, activity reports, newsfeeds, and more]
 34-38 
 
Tutorials
An introduction to the LaTeX cross-referencing system 
  Thomas Thurnherr      [Intermediate — built-in commands and useful packages: cleveref, varioref, hyperref, xr[-hyper], showlabels]
 39-40 
How to use basic color models in LaTeX 
  Behzad Salimi      [Intermediate — tutorial on RGB, CMYK, grayscale color model usage, and more]
 41-43 
 
Electronic Documents
SageMathCloud for collaborative document editing and scientific computing 
  Hal Snyder      [Intermediate — open-source web platform for real-time technical document collaboration]
 44-47 
Producing HTML directly from LaTeX—the lwarp package 
  Brian Dunn      [Intermediate Plus — modular and convenient system for producing HTML directly from LaTeX]
 48-53 
 
LaTeX
LaTeX news, issue 26, January 2017 
  LaTeX Project Team      [Intermediate — ε-TeX; default encodings in XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX; \showhyphens; fixltx2e, latexbug, amsmath, tools]
 54-55 
LaTeX3 news, issue 10, November 2016 
  LaTeX Project Team      [Intermediate — l3build; automating expl3 testing; \lowercase and \uppercase; \parshape model; global pagination]
 56-57 
A key/value interface for generating LaTeX floats —the keyfloat package 
  Brian Dunn      [Intermediate Plus — overview of features of this package for convenient float specifications]
 58-60 
Glisterings: Hanging; Safety in numbers 
  Peter Wilson      [Intermediate Plus — overhangs; paragraphs in equations; superstitious enumerations]
 61-64 
 
Methods
The optimal value for \emergencystretch 
  Udo Wermuth      [Advanced — thorough discussion of the theory and practice of the third pass of line breaking]
 65-86 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, November 2016–March 2017]
 87-88 
 
Book Reviews
More Math Into LaTeX, 5th edition, by George Grätzer 
  Jim Hefferon      [Reports and notices — review of this new edition of a classic LaTeX text]
     See the TUG books page for all book reviews and discounts.
 89 
The Noblest Roman: A History of the Centaur Types … by Jerry Kelly and Misha Beletsky 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — review of this comprehensive history of Bruce Rogers' famous Centaur type design]
 90-91 
Track Changes, by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum 
  David Walden      [Reports and notices — review of this study of numerous authors' stories of adopting writing software]
 92 
Manuale Calligraphicum, David Pankow, ed. 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — review of this beautiful collection of calligraphy by students of Hermann Zapf]
 93 
Seminar review: Presenting data and information by Edward Tufte 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — review of and reflections on this seminar by the renowned Edward Tufte]
 94-95 
 
Abstracts
Die TeXnische Komödie 4/2016–1/2017   96 
Zpravodaj: Contents of issues 2015/3–4–2016/1–4   97 
Eutypon: Contents of issue 36–37 (October 2016)   98 
 
TUG Business
TUG financial statements for 2016 
  Klaus Höppner 
 99 
TUG 2017 election 
  TUG Elections committee 
 100-106 
 
Cartoon
File extensions (cartoon) 
  Randall Munroe 
 106 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   107 
 
News
Calendar   108 


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