Research Ambassador help with using LaTeX (Document Formatting)
Do you spend too much time on formatting documents?
A potential solution is to use LaTeX, a tool to create professional looking documents.
LaTeX can be used to create conference and journal articles, scientific documents, books, as well as many other forms of publishing and change the appearance with ease within existing templates. It simplifies the more complicated parts of typesetting, such as inputting mathematical equations, adding footnotes, referencing and creating bibliographies, creating tables of contents, and having a consistent layout across all sections.
A Research Ambassador will provide peer-to-peer support with learning about the following things:
- Creating Your First LaTeX Document
- Choosing a LaTeX Compiler
- Adding a title, Author and Abstract
- Paragraphs and New lines
- Bold, Italics and Underlining
- Creating Mathematical Expressions
- Subscripts and Superscripts
- Aligning Equations
- Creating Tables and Inserting Images
- References and Citations
Bibliography Management in LaTeX
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