numpy book

Torgil Svensson torgil.svensson at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 13:32:44 CST 2006


> generating such a PDF, with some color and formatting tweaks so that
> it prints legibly on black and white as well as looking nice on
> screen.

This sounds promising. I actually have had problems printing the
guide, every information box showed up completely black except for the
emblem.

On 11/2/06, Fernando Perez <fperez.net at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/2/06, Travis Oliphant <oliphant at ee.byu.edu> wrote:
> >
> > >Note that this is not a request to Travis to send me the latest version
> > >by private email. That would be inefficient and my need is not that
> > >urgent. Nevertheless I think that issue should be settled.
> > >
> > >
> > There will be an update, soon. I'm currently working on the index,
> > corrections, and formatting issues.
>
> If I may make a suggestion, it would greatly increase the usability of
> the PDF if it had internal and external clickable links, as well as a
> PDF table of contents (the one that appears on the left sidebar of
> acroread).
>
> Since I know the original is in Lyx, here's my standard preamble for
> these kinds of documents, which includes all the goodies for
> generating such a PDF, with some color and formatting tweaks so that
> it prints legibly on black and white as well as looking nice on
> screen.  If you add this to your preamble, a simple 'view->pdflatex'
> should work.  I'll be happy to help if you have any issues.
>
> Cheers,
>
> f
>
> %%% My preamble; tweak and season to taste:
>
> % This gives us a better font in URL links (otherwise the default
> % MonoSpace font is bitmapped, and it looks horrible in PDF)
> \usepackage{courier}
>
> \usepackage{fullpage}
>
> \usepackage{color}  % so we can use red for the fixme warnings
>
> % The hyperref package gives us a pdf with properly built
> % internal navigation ('pdf bookmarks' for the table of contents,
> % internal cross-reference links, web links for URLs, etc.)
>
> % A few colors to replace the defaults for certain link types
> \definecolor{darkorange}{rgb}{.71,0.21,0.01}
> \definecolor{darkgreen}{rgb}{.12,.54,.11}
>
> \usepackage[
>   %pdftex,  % needed for pdflatex
>   breaklinks=true,  % so long urls are correctly broken across lines
>   colorlinks=true,
>   urlcolor=blue,
>   linkcolor=darkorange,
>   citecolor=darkgreen,
>   ]{hyperref}
>
> % This helps prevent overly long lines that stretch beyond the margins
> \sloppy
>
> % Define a \fixme command to mark visually things needing fixing in the draft.
> % For final printing or to simply disable these bright warnings, simply
> % uncomment the \renewcommand redefinition below
>
> \newcommand{\fixme}[1] {
> \textcolor{red}{
> {\fbox{ {\bf FIX}
> \ensuremath{\blacktriangleright \blacktriangleright \blacktriangleright}}
> {\bf #1}
> \fbox{\ensuremath{ \blacktriangleleft \blacktriangleleft \blacktriangleleft }
> } } }
> }
> % Uncomment the next line to make the \fixme command be a no-op
> %\renewcommand{\fixme}[1]{}
>
> %%% If you also want to use the listings package for nicely formatted
> %%% Python source code, this configuration produces good on-paper and
> %%% on-screen results:
>
> \definecolor{orange}{cmyk}{0,0.4,0.8,0.2}
> % Use and configure listings package for nicely formatted code
> \usepackage{listings}
> \lstset{
>   language=Python,
>   basicstyle=\small\ttfamily,
>   commentstyle=\ttfamily\color{blue},
>   stringstyle=\ttfamily\color{orange},
>   showstringspaces=false,
>   breaklines=true,
>   postbreak = \space\dots
> }
>
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