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LaTeX Community • View topic - Obsolete packages and document classes — Avoid usage! This topic lists obsolete packages and document classes which should not be used. It is based on l2tabu and a search for »obsolete« on CTAN. As far as existing, alternatives or successive packages or classes are listed. The list below is not meant to be complete. Suggestions are very welcome to make it as comprehensive as possible. Discussions can be started in new threads with reference to this topic here. LaTeX Community • View topic - Obsolete packages and document classes — Avoid usage!
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Reference sheet for natbib usage(Describing version 7.0b from 2002/02/27) For a more detailed description of the natbib package, LATEX the source file natbib.dtx. Overview Natbib reference sheet Natbib reference sheet
Contents Introduction apa.cls is a document class for typesetting manuscripts with LaTeX according to the rules of the 5th edition (2001) of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. apa.cls apa.cls
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This page shows: It's not hard to draw reasonably nice graphs in TeX, without recourse to \special's, postscript or pdf inclusions. An advantage to doing so is that your dvi file won't need to be accompanied by additional files, and won't need anything beyond a dvi reader to be viewable and printable. Sometimes, as with proposals submitted to NSF via FastLane, this can make a big difference. More TeX Resources More TeX Resources
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LaTeX:Math - AoPSWiki From AoPSWiki This article will detail how to work with math mode in LaTeX and how to display equations, formulas, and mathematical expressions in general. Math Mode LaTeX uses a special math mode to display mathematics. To place something written in TeX in math mode, use $ signs to enclose the math you want to display. LaTeX:Math - AoPSWiki
Lesson 5:Typesetting Math in LaTeX Lesson 5:Typesetting Math in LaTeX Let's take a look at how to handle some typical problems in using LaTeX to typeset mathematics. We have already looked at various math environments. Fractions In order to get fractions in-line, you have a choice of using the solidus to get a fraction like 1/2, or of using the math mode command \frac{a}{b}, which will give a small fraction with numerator a and denominator b for in-line formulas. Using the "displayed fraction" command \dfrac{a}{b} gives an upright fraction, and makes the line a little larger vertically to provide sufficient vertical space for the displayed fraction.
LaTeX:Commands - AoPSWiki LaTeX:Commands - AoPSWiki From AoPSWiki This page introduces various useful commands for rendering math in LaTeX, as well as instructions for building your own commands. Math Commands Here are some commonly used math commands in LaTeX. Exponents and Subscripts Make exponents in LaTeX with ^ and subscripts with _ as shown in the examples below.
Posted: 16th August 2009 by Tim in LaTeX Tags: bold, document, font, italic, italics, LaTeX, layout, page, style, text There are two ways to make text italic in LaTeX. The first and most common method is the \emph{text here} tag. Bold and Italic font in LaTeX « timmurphy.org Bold and Italic font in LaTeX « timmurphy.org
Symbols in LaTeX and HTML — Steve Sque, University of Exeter Steve Sque Personal Website Welcome to the personal website of Steve Sque. I am a scientist with a background in computational condensed-matter physics, and I currently work for NXP Semiconductors at their Research and Development division in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Before working for NXP Semiconductors, I was employed as a Research Fellow in Physics (a.k.a. a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant) at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, where I worked with Professor R. (Bob) Jones in the Theoretical Semiconductor Physics Group in the School of Physics. Symbols in LaTeX and HTML — Steve Sque, University of Exeter
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Next: Helpful HintsUp: The Entries Previous: Entry Types Below is a description of all fields recognized by the standard bibliography styles. An entry can also contain other fields, which are ignored by those styles. address Fields Fields
Entry Types Next: FieldsUp: The Entries Previous: The Entries When entering a reference in the database, the first thing to decide is what type of entry it is. No fixed classification scheme can be complete, but BibTeX provides enough entry types to handle almost any reference reasonably well.
Getting to Grips with LaTeX - LaTeX Tutorials by Andrew Roberts Here are some tutorials I have written for getting up to speed with this excellent document processing system. Funnily enough I wouldn't consider myself an expert, per se, but I'm learning all the time. I recall finding it quite taxing when I started to learn LaTeX, which is why I have started these tutorials. However, I hope that my experience plays to your advantage because I cover sort of questions and problems I had when I first learning LaTeX which are probably typical for most beginners.
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This is a guide to the LaTeX markup language. It is intended to form a useful resource for everybody from new users who wish to learn, to old hands who need a quick reference. TeX and LaTeX TeX is a computer program for typesetting documents, created by Donald Knuth. It takes a suitably prepared computer file and converts it to a form which may be printed on many kinds of printers, including dot-matrix printers, laser printers and high-resolution typesetting machines. LaTeX is a set of macros for TeX that aims at reducing the user's task to the sole role of writing the content, LaTeX taking care of all the formatting process.
LaTeX/Tables - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks Tables are a common feature in academic writing, often used to summarise research results. Mastering the art of table construction in LaTeX is therefore necessary to produce quality papers and with sufficient practice one can print beautiful tables of any kind. Keeping in mind that LaTeX is not a spreadsheet, it makes sense to use a dedicated tool to build tables and then to export these tables into the document. Basic tables are not too taxing, but anything more advanced can take a fair bit of construction; in these cases, more advanced packages can be very useful. However, first it is important to know the basics. Once you are comfortable with basic LaTeX tables, you might have a look at more advanced packages or the export options of your favorite spreadsheet.
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