Example article template based on “A Classic Thesis Style” (created by Andre Miede).
See also: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/classicthesis/
This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in October 2019.
A LaTeX template for the University of Alberta. Compliant with the FGSR (2022) Standards for submitting a thesis, including conversion to PDF/A.
Included in my template are examples of how to layout specific element of a thesis, as well as a LaTeX class file that automatically generates the title and prefatory pages, allows for the inclusion of List of [Tables, Figures, Plates, and Symbols], Glossaries, Indices, provides a tool for generating tables in excel and exporting them to LaTeX, and generates a PDF/A output without the need of a paid program.
For the latest version of this template, or for help, please see: https://github.com/draldric/uAlberta-Thesis-LaTeX-Template
I only modified this template as the package was developed by a faculty member and provided to UGS. Overall, it conforms to many of our formatting requirements, but we may still ask you to adjust the format of your unique manuscript.
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A reproduction of a proof by Leonard Euler, which I dug out of the back of a calculus textbook with the help of Brian Burrell. This was in MATH 233 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Fall 2015.