Converting Word 2007 equations into 2003 or MathType equations

I used the Word 2007 equation editor for a recent paper. I like the editor because it supports TeX-like commands. Unfortunately some journals do not support Word 2007 equations. PLoS Biology suggest saving down as Word 2003 and recreating the equations manually. Argh, that sounds like a terrible way to spend an afternoon. Thankfully, MathType … More Converting Word 2007 equations into 2003 or MathType equations

Video tutorial: Adobe Illustrator for scientists

Adobe Illustrator is an ancient program with voodoo features that is extremely frustrating to use if you don’t know its ins and outs. Once you do know how to use it well, however, it is incredibly powerful. It’s my opinion that if you want to apply Tufte’s principles on visual information you have to know either … More Video tutorial: Adobe Illustrator for scientists