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Can I save mlx-data from the live editor to latex output?

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Helen
Helen on 3 May 2016
Answered: Jared MacDonald on 20 Feb 2020
I am a big LaTeX-fan and love to work with the latex-output produced with publish. Can the same be done with mlx-files generated with the live editor? The automatically generated PDF-output looks bulky and unprofessional, such that I will not share PDFs with coworkers. Is there a work-around? Maybe I can convert mlx-files back to m-files with Matlab MARKUP such that I can get a latex-output from there?
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Jared MacDonald
Jared MacDonald on 13 Mar 2019
UPDATE: As of release R2017b, you can export live scripts to LaTeX directly by choosing "Export to LaTeX" from the Save dropdown:
When exporting to LaTeX, MATLAB creates a separate Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) file in the same folder as the output document, if one does not exist already. XSL files give you more control over the appearance of the output document. For more details, see http://docbook.sourceforge.net/release/xsl/current/doc/.
Jared

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Jared MacDonald
Jared MacDonald on 20 Feb 2020
UPDATE: As of release R2017b, you can export live scripts to LaTeX directly by choosing "Export to LaTeX" from the Save dropdown:
When exporting to LaTeX, MATLAB creates a separate Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) file in the same folder as the output document, if one does not exist already. XSL files give you more control over the appearance of the output document. For more details, see http://docbook.sourceforge.net/release/xsl/current/doc/.
Jared

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