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In preparation, you can install LaTeX (For Linux e.g.: Texlive, for Windows: Texlive or MiKTeX, for Mac: MacTeX) and TeXmaker. But you can also follow the workshop by just listening.
 
In preparation, you can install LaTeX (For Linux e.g.: Texlive, for Windows: Texlive or MiKTeX, for Mac: MacTeX) and TeXmaker. But you can also follow the workshop by just listening.
  
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''' LaTeX Tutorials:'''
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* https://www.latex-tutorial.com/tutorials/
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* https://www.tug.org/twg/mactex/tutorials/ltxprimer-1.0.pdf
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''' For Flow Charts:'''
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* http://texample.net/tikz/examples/smart-circle/
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* http://texample.net/tikz/examples/tag/diagrams/
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usually commercial with free basic options, I didn't try them, but might be interesting if you want to work with others in one document and do not want to work with git):
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* https://latexbase.com/
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* \item{ https://www.sharelatex.com
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* \item{ https://www.overleaf.com
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* \item{ https://papeeria.com/
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* \item{ http://www.hostmath.com/
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* \item{ https://www.authorea.com/

Revision as of 19:42, 27 December 2017

Description Introduction to LaTeX
Website(s) https://www.latex-project.org/
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Processing assembly Assembly:Haecksen
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Starts at 2017/12/27 16:30
Ends at 2017/12/27 17:30
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:Seminar room 13


How you can use LaTeX for scientific writing and to what else it can be useful. Beginner workshop. Topics: Basic document setup, equations, references, figures and tables, bibliography with biblatex, TeXmaker

In preparation, you can install LaTeX (For Linux e.g.: Texlive, for Windows: Texlive or MiKTeX, for Mac: MacTeX) and TeXmaker. But you can also follow the workshop by just listening.




Workshop_slides.pdf

and some other links which might be useful:

LaTeX Tutorials:

For Flow Charts:

Some online editors

usually commercial with free basic options, I didn't try them, but might be interesting if you want to work with others in one document and do not want to work with git):