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Greek in English research papers.

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology Forum' started by wpe3bql, Sep 5, 2015.

  1. wpe3bql

    wpe3bql Member

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    Does anybody know of a good program for Windows that a person with no working knowledge of biblical Greek can easily use for the purpose of actually incorporating the symbols that comprise the Greek alphabet in the context of an English language research paper?
     
  2. exscentric

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    Guessing here - maybe install esword, that will get the fonts on the computer, then find the word you want in esword and copy/paste. Just a thought.

    http://www.e-sword.net
     
  3. wpe3bql

    wpe3bql Member

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    Computer Programs for advanced math & electronic technology

    I'm going to take some distance learning courses in advanced math (i.e., advanced calculus, geometry, and upper level algebra) as well as in electronics that will involve using a computer to illustrate such things as displaying schematics for series-parallel inductive and/or capacitive circuits in combination with the higher math equations used to calculate voltage, current, and impedance values in these circuits.

    Does anyone know of any computer programs that can display the graphics needed to perform these things on paper?
     
  4. Deacon

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    I'm not sure what program you use to write on.

    Mathematical symbols, as well as Latin, Arabic and Greek letters should be available in SYMBOL's in MSWord go to INSERT --> SYMBOL.

    Rob
     
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