Re: Change math Language - critical

2012-05-21 Thread Julio Rojas
Well Ignacio, If I create an Spanish document, and use \sin x, Lyx
(on screen) renders it as sin x. If I use \sen x, Lyx will render
it (again, on screen) as \sen x. What I would like is that by using
localization (Spanish), Lyx recognizes that \sin x should be
rendered as sen x. The thing is that I don't know if this a
desirable behavior.

Again, should LaTeX do it automatically? Meaning, in the PDF.

Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Ignacio García
ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com wrote:


 2012/5/19 Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com

 What a bummer...

 One question. Shouldn't it be better that Lyx recognizes localization
 and instead of using \sin uses \sen? Is it even possible or
 desirably?


 The really good question is why, oh why, LaTeX doesn't do it
 automatically so Lyx has to do it only on-screen.

 Regards.
 -
 Julio Rojas


 Sorry, I do not understand... What do you mean?
 LyX doesn't show the function name sen in the math toolbar button,
 but otherwise, if the document language is Spanish you can use the latex
 command \sen right away, and then spanish-babel-latex makes the thing
 automatically: in the LyX window the sen is shown (if Instant Previw is
 on)
 and also in PDF output

 Ignacio García



 On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 8:48 AM, Ignacio García
 ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com wrote:
  On fry 8 May 2012 Kenedy Torcatt wrote
 
  Hey guys... I'm working with lyx in spanish, The mathematical operator
  like sin are showing in english sin. I need this math operators in
  spanish, I mean sen.
  How can I do this with lyx? I'm using latest version 2.0.3.
 
  Thankyou in advance.
 
  P.S: I already set the language in spanish, everything else is fine
  (in spanish).
 
  The function 'sen' is predefined in the latex package babel-spanish,
  so you write in math mode the command \sen and you get sen, that's all
  E.g., in math mode insert
  \sen space a
 
 
  and the output is
  sen a
  This command are not available in the math panels
 
  There is info about the functions predefined in Spanish (sen, arcsen,
  tg,...)
  in the section 15.1 of the spanish version manual 'Math' (Ecuaciones)
 
 
 
  I.G.




Re: Change math Language - critical

2012-05-21 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-05-21, Julio Rojas wrote:
 Well Ignacio, If I create an Spanish document, and use \sin x, Lyx
 (on screen) renders it as sin x. If I use \sen x, Lyx will render
 it (again, on screen) as \sen x. What I would like is that by using
 localization (Spanish), Lyx recognizes that \sin x should be
 rendered as sen x. The thing is that I don't know if this a
 desirable behavior.

 Again, should LaTeX do it automatically? Meaning, in the PDF.

This depends.

If you have formulas that you use in both, English (or German) and
Spanish documents (vie file inclusion or drag and drop) and want the
localized function names in Spanish, it makes sense to re-define \sin
to be rendered as sen in the Spanish document.

If you only write in Spanish, it is a matter of personal taste whether to
write \sin or \sen in the source.

You can re-define \sin in the preamble:

  \renewcommand{\sin}{\sen}

With LyX, you can use math-macros to define Spanish function names that
render as sen (etc) in LyX also without instant preview.

Günter



Managing acknowledgements and disclosures?

2012-05-21 Thread Chris Hennick
Tonight I decided that when I was citing books or reprints that had been
given to me, I should probably add an acknowledgement, like so:

The authors wish to thank donors for the following reference materials: [#]
from Jane Doe, [#] from John Doe, and [#, #] from anonymous sources.


However, I'll have to manually edit this acknowledgement if I drop one of
those sources, or if I receive and cite another reprint. It also occurs to
me that I'd have the same issue if I were buying source materials with
grant money, since then the citations would determine which grant numbers
went on which papers. (At least, that's how I understand funding
disclosure, although as a grad student I'm new to the subject.)

Is it possible in LyX to automatically manage acknowledgements and grant
disclosures, when some of them are tied to particular citations?

Sincerely,
Chris Hennick
Trent University
Peterborough, ON, Canada
http://softwetware.blogspot.com/


Re: Change math Language - critical

2012-05-21 Thread Julio Rojas
Well Ignacio, If I create an Spanish document, and use \sin x, Lyx
(on screen) renders it as sin x. If I use \sen x, Lyx will render
it (again, on screen) as \sen x. What I would like is that by using
localization (Spanish), Lyx recognizes that \sin x should be
rendered as sen x. The thing is that I don't know if this a
desirable behavior.

Again, should LaTeX do it automatically? Meaning, in the PDF.

Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Ignacio García
ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com wrote:


 2012/5/19 Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com

 What a bummer...

 One question. Shouldn't it be better that Lyx recognizes localization
 and instead of using \sin uses \sen? Is it even possible or
 desirably?


 The really good question is why, oh why, LaTeX doesn't do it
 automatically so Lyx has to do it only on-screen.

 Regards.
 -
 Julio Rojas


 Sorry, I do not understand... What do you mean?
 LyX doesn't show the function name sen in the math toolbar button,
 but otherwise, if the document language is Spanish you can use the latex
 command \sen right away, and then spanish-babel-latex makes the thing
 automatically: in the LyX window the sen is shown (if Instant Previw is
 on)
 and also in PDF output

 Ignacio García



 On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 8:48 AM, Ignacio García
 ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com wrote:
  On fry 8 May 2012 Kenedy Torcatt wrote
 
  Hey guys... I'm working with lyx in spanish, The mathematical operator
  like sin are showing in english sin. I need this math operators in
  spanish, I mean sen.
  How can I do this with lyx? I'm using latest version 2.0.3.
 
  Thankyou in advance.
 
  P.S: I already set the language in spanish, everything else is fine
  (in spanish).
 
  The function 'sen' is predefined in the latex package babel-spanish,
  so you write in math mode the command \sen and you get sen, that's all
  E.g., in math mode insert
  \sen space a
 
 
  and the output is
  sen a
  This command are not available in the math panels
 
  There is info about the functions predefined in Spanish (sen, arcsen,
  tg,...)
  in the section 15.1 of the spanish version manual 'Math' (Ecuaciones)
 
 
 
  I.G.




Re: Change math Language - critical

2012-05-21 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-05-21, Julio Rojas wrote:
 Well Ignacio, If I create an Spanish document, and use \sin x, Lyx
 (on screen) renders it as sin x. If I use \sen x, Lyx will render
 it (again, on screen) as \sen x. What I would like is that by using
 localization (Spanish), Lyx recognizes that \sin x should be
 rendered as sen x. The thing is that I don't know if this a
 desirable behavior.

 Again, should LaTeX do it automatically? Meaning, in the PDF.

This depends.

If you have formulas that you use in both, English (or German) and
Spanish documents (vie file inclusion or drag and drop) and want the
localized function names in Spanish, it makes sense to re-define \sin
to be rendered as sen in the Spanish document.

If you only write in Spanish, it is a matter of personal taste whether to
write \sin or \sen in the source.

You can re-define \sin in the preamble:

  \renewcommand{\sin}{\sen}

With LyX, you can use math-macros to define Spanish function names that
render as sen (etc) in LyX also without instant preview.

Günter



Managing acknowledgements and disclosures?

2012-05-21 Thread Chris Hennick
Tonight I decided that when I was citing books or reprints that had been
given to me, I should probably add an acknowledgement, like so:

The authors wish to thank donors for the following reference materials: [#]
from Jane Doe, [#] from John Doe, and [#, #] from anonymous sources.


However, I'll have to manually edit this acknowledgement if I drop one of
those sources, or if I receive and cite another reprint. It also occurs to
me that I'd have the same issue if I were buying source materials with
grant money, since then the citations would determine which grant numbers
went on which papers. (At least, that's how I understand funding
disclosure, although as a grad student I'm new to the subject.)

Is it possible in LyX to automatically manage acknowledgements and grant
disclosures, when some of them are tied to particular citations?

Sincerely,
Chris Hennick
Trent University
Peterborough, ON, Canada
http://softwetware.blogspot.com/


Re: Change math Language - critical

2012-05-21 Thread Julio Rojas
Well Ignacio, If I create an Spanish document, and use "\sin x", Lyx
(on screen) renders it as "sin x". If I use "\sen x", Lyx will render
it (again, on screen) as "\sen x". What I would like is that by using
localization (Spanish), Lyx recognizes that "\sin x" should be
rendered as "sen x". The thing is that I don't know if this a
desirable behavior.

Again, should LaTeX do it automatically? Meaning, in the PDF.

Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Ignacio García
 wrote:
>
>
> 2012/5/19 Julio Rojas 
>>
>> What a bummer...
>>
>> One question. Shouldn't it be better that Lyx recognizes localization
>> and instead of using "\sin" uses "\sen"? Is it even possible or
>> desirably?
>>
>>
>> The really good question is why, oh why, LaTeX doesn't do it
>> automatically so Lyx has to do it only on-screen.
>>
>> Regards.
>> -
>> Julio Rojas
>
>
> Sorry, I do not understand... What do you mean?
> LyX doesn't show the function name "sen" in the math toolbar button,
> but otherwise, if the document language is Spanish you can use the latex
> command "\sen" right away, and then spanish-babel-latex makes the thing
> automatically: in the LyX window the "sen" is shown (if Instant Previw is
> on)
> and also in PDF output
>
> Ignacio García
>
>>
>>
>> On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 8:48 AM, Ignacio García
>>  wrote:
>> > On fry 8 May 2012 Kenedy Torcatt wrote
>> >
>> >> Hey guys... I'm working with lyx in spanish, The mathematical operator
>> >> like sin are showing in english "sin". I need this math operators in
>> >> spanish, I mean "sen".
>> >> How can I do this with lyx? I'm using latest version 2.0.3.
>> >
>> >> Thankyou in advance.
>> >
>> >> P.S: I already set the language in spanish, everything else is fine
>> > (in spanish).
>> >
>> > The function 'sen' is predefined in the latex package babel-spanish,
>> > so you write in math mode the command \sen and you get sen, that's all
>> > E.g., in math mode insert
>> > \sen space a
>> >
>> >
>> > and the output is
>> > sen a
>> > This command are not available in the math panels
>> >
>> > There is info about the functions predefined in Spanish (sen, arcsen,
>> > tg,...)
>> > in the section 15.1 of the spanish version manual 'Math' (Ecuaciones)
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > I.G.
>
>


Re: Change math Language - critical

2012-05-21 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-05-21, Julio Rojas wrote:
> Well Ignacio, If I create an Spanish document, and use "\sin x", Lyx
> (on screen) renders it as "sin x". If I use "\sen x", Lyx will render
> it (again, on screen) as "\sen x". What I would like is that by using
> localization (Spanish), Lyx recognizes that "\sin x" should be
> rendered as "sen x". The thing is that I don't know if this a
> desirable behavior.

> Again, should LaTeX do it automatically? Meaning, in the PDF.

This depends.

If you have formulas that you use in both, English (or German) and
Spanish documents (vie file inclusion or drag and drop) and want the
"localized" function names in Spanish, it makes sense to re-define \sin
to be rendered as "sen" in the Spanish document.

If you only write in Spanish, it is a matter of personal taste whether to
write \sin or \sen in the source.

You can re-define \sin in the preamble:

  \renewcommand{\sin}{\sen}

With LyX, you can use math-macros to define Spanish function names that
render as sen (etc) in LyX also without instant preview.

Günter



Managing acknowledgements and disclosures?

2012-05-21 Thread Chris Hennick
Tonight I decided that when I was citing books or reprints that had been
given to me, I should probably add an acknowledgement, like so:

The authors wish to thank donors for the following reference materials: [#]
from Jane Doe, [#] from John Doe, and [#, #] from anonymous sources.


However, I'll have to manually edit this acknowledgement if I drop one of
those sources, or if I receive and cite another reprint. It also occurs to
me that I'd have the same issue if I were buying source materials with
grant money, since then the citations would determine which grant numbers
went on which papers. (At least, that's how I understand funding
disclosure, although as a grad student I'm new to the subject.)

Is it possible in LyX to automatically manage acknowledgements and grant
disclosures, when some of them are tied to particular citations?

Sincerely,
Chris Hennick
Trent University
Peterborough, ON, Canada
http://softwetware.blogspot.com/