WallCalendar is a set of LaTeX wall calendar templates and utilities for managing them. Users can customize templates or create their own. It includes a template that produces Interior and Covers, which are ready to be uploaded to lulu.com for printing on demand. It also contains a calendar Web site example (generated using the txt2site utility) that integrates with a paper calendar via QR codes.
RTextDoc is a text editor with proofreading. It is designed for typesetting professional research papers and manuals using the LaTeX, AsciiDoc, and DocBook markup languages. It includes on-the-fly spelling and grammar checking, syntax highlighting, bracket matching, folding, a document structure browser for sections and labels, bookmarks, a manager for LaTeX symbols, WYSIWYG equation editor, and integrated BibTex database manager.
TeXcount is a Perl script for counting words in LaTeX documents. It parses valid LaTeX documents counting words, headers, formulae (mathematics), and floats/begin-end groups. To run the script, you can either download it and run it on your own computer, or you can use the Web interface. TeXcount is included in the CTAN TeX/LaTeX archive, and thus included in several TeX distributions. If you have TeX installed, chances are you may already have TeXcount.
Bibulous is a drop-in BibTeX replacement based on style templates. It provides all of the functionality of BibTeX, while adding the ability to work with large-scale databases, multilingual data, localized sorting, and a lot more. Its outstanding feature is that users can define new bibliographic styles in a matter of minutes without mastering the details of any user guide and without needing to understand the underlying code. This is possible through the use of style templates, which are ideal structures for defining the format of a bibliography.
LiPPGen, the Literate-Programming-based Presentation Generator, takes a standard Literate Program (with LaTeX as the documentation language) as input and lets the instructor comfortably generate presentation slides for each code chunk. It then assembles the provided slide texts and the code chunks and turns them into a browser-based presentation. The presentations feature scrollable code chunk listings, primitive syntax highlighting, and line breaking within listings. LiPPGen expects the source file to be formatted in noweb's Literate Programming style.
Auto Multiple Choice (AMC) is a piece of software that helps you to create and manage multiple choice questionnaires, with automated marking. Tests can be written in plain text or LaTeX. Automated correction and grading is performed from scans of the answer sheets using optical mark recognition.
TeXstudio is a fully featured LaTeX editor. It is designed to make writing LaTeX documents as easy and comfortable as possible. It features an integrated PDF viewer with (almost) word-level synchronization, live inline preview, advanced syntax highlighting, and live checking of references, citations, LaTeX commands, spelling, and grammar.
Theorem Linker is a program used to visualize references between theorems in a paper written using LaTeX. Using a .tex document (and a .aux file, created by the LaTeX compiler), Theorem Linker will search through a paper, find theorems, and find references to other theorems within a theorem's "proof". It will then create a digraph in a .dot file (to be opened with programs such as Graphviz or OmniGraffle) that will display each theorem as a node, with directed edges to describe the relations between the theorems. A path highlighted in red describes the longest path in the graph. Theorem Linker will also create folders containing graphs to individually show relations of each theorem in a paper.