Source code for LaTeX I, a course for LaTeX beginners, including slides, handouts, exercises and notes.
LaTeX I is a workshop provided by Cardiff University's Doctoral Academy. The materials are a modified version of those produced by UK TUG volunteers for a course provided for beginning LaTeX users. The materials were adapted for LaTeX I by Clea F. Rees.
Both the original work and modifications are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
The original project is available as a GitHub repository maintained by Joseph Wright from https://github.com/uktug/latex-beginners-course/.
An attempt to create a compact introduction to Overleaf and LaTeX in general. Topics and examples are tailored to meet the needs of The Hudson School. This is a work in progress. The document works well as a PDF and most examples are included verbatim.
This template will help you to write your bibliographic and final reports using LaTeX. You'll find here the examples of text structuring as well as tables, figures, citations and references. For other features of LaTeX, see tutorials on:
Make a plan by changing the document's structure with \section and \subsection commands. Finally, delete the \lipsum fillings and start writing you report. Good luck!
This presentation is all about LaTeX Programming Language. If you are new to LaTeX or want to refresh you with some skills on LaTeX then, this one is for you!
This presentation is publicize after i presented it at St. Xavier's College. Kathmandu, Nepal.
Git Source: https://damicristi.github.io/LaTeX/
Foremost thanks to Swastika, She knows why!