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    Hey guys, Im working out the correlation btw two diff factors and I was wondering if theres any way / software which allows you to type your work out neatly?

    Thank so much!
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    If you use microsoft word then either equation editor (you might have to install if from the cd) or mathtype, an extra program, can be used to put equations in your document, doing the graphs on excel. If you're familiar with using LaTeX then you could probably use it for typesetting but I don't know about adding graphs.
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    Yeah, definitely go for LaTeX. I did mine in Word (discovered latex afterwards), and it was a horrible pain: formatting screw-ups, weird allignments, not saving properly, getting corrupt etc.
 
 
 
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