This documentation is designed to provide greater detail into what
Javis.jl is, its mission, and how to use it. These are its main components:
- The Mission and Vision of
Javis.jl- this encapsulates our goals and vision for what this project is and what it could be. If you want to contribute to this project, please read this.
- Tutorials - these tutorials are designed to help you learn how to use
- Contributing - these are our guidelines for contributing. If you want to contribute to this project, please read this.
- References - this is an index of all available functions in the
Javis.jlpackage. A great resource for working with
For releases, we follow the semantic versioning protocol and enforce the BlueStyle code style format.
Javis into your Julia installation, type into your Julia REPL the following:
julia> ] add Javis
That's all there is to it! 😃
If you want
LaTeX support, please use
node to install the following:
npm install -g mathjax-node-cli
As of this moment, we do not have native
LaTeX rendering in Julia. We look forward to the day when we can remove this from our documentation!
What is also required is the great package,
LaTeXStrings. Add that via your Julia REPL with the following commands:
julia> ] add LaTeXStrings