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Latex Tutorial 2 (II/II): TeXstudio Smart Options (Drag & Drop, Preview, Link Overlay, Multi-cursor)
 
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Some smart options of TeXstudio are discussed in this video.
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WinEdt Tutorial [LATEX]: How to Change the Default PDF Viewer
 
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3 Options to get Access to my Full Latex Course (5 hrs. of Video Training) Practical Latex: The First Course ON UDEMY 1. Click on this Link To Enroll in Full Latex Course on Udemy for Just $19.99: https://www.udemy.com/practical-latex-the-first-course/?couponCode=LATEXDISCOUNT ON SKILLSHARE 1. Click on this link to access it if you are a skillshare member. : https://skl.sh/2NeBEQ8 2. Click on the link below to get FREE ACCESS if you do not have skillshare membership and do not want to sign up just yet. I would highly recommend you to sign up with Skillshare , because a small monthly fee can give you access to housands of skillshare classes just like this one. But anyway, you can use the following link for my class (only 100 positions avalable!) https://skl.sh/2mn8yT6 This video describes a common issue of changing the default pdf viewer which outputs the latex document in a popular front-end latex editor called WinEdt. WinEdt is a MikTex -based latex editor and most people use Adobe Acrobat reader as a default pdf viewer. However when an error comes which we are unable to remove, hen we start thinking of changing the pdf viewer. This video explains the step-by-step process of changing the default pdf viewer in WinEdt. #WinEdt #Winedttutorial #changingpdfviewer [------------------Latex Books Every Latex User Should Have-------------------] 1. Guide to Latex (4th Edition) by Addison-Wesley Professional : https://amzn.to/2USXuNz 2. LaTeX: A Document Preparation System (2nd Edition) 2nd Edition. https://amzn.to/2Bnzbyn
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LaTeX insert pictures, captions and referencing
 
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How to get pictures into your tex document. source: https://bitbucket.org/sachinruk/tex-graphics-example/src personal website: http://www.themathstudent.com
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LaTeX !!! Insert Figure - Simple steps
 
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Above Figure shows how to insert figure in LaTeX.
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LaTeX Programming : 042 : TeXStudio and Memory of PDF Viewers in detail
 
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This is a series of tutorials on LaTeX programming. I recommend this series for all programmers. All the programs and examples will be available in this public folder! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/okks00k2xufw9l3/AABkbbrfKetJPPsnfYa5BMSNa?dl=0 Dropbox link does not work! Website: http://fluidiccolours.in/ GitHub: https://github.com/arunprasaad2711/
Views: 706 Fluidic Colours
How to Edit a PDF File : How to Edit a PDF File
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowtech Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowtech A PDF is a proprietary type of document storage file developed by Adobe. Learn how to edit a PDF file with help from the celebrated columnist of Nerd Chick Adventures in this free video clip. Expert: Andrea Eldridge Contact: www.callnerds.com/andrea/ Bio: Andrea Eldridge is the celebrated columnist of Nerd Chick Adventures. Filmmaker: Richard Benton Series Description: The PDF is one of the most popular document file formats on the Internet today. Get tips on how to edit a PDF file with help from the celebrated columnist of Nerd Chick Adventures in this free video series.
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LaTeX Tutorial 11: Beamer Slide Presentation
 
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This tutorial will walk you through creating a beamer slideshow presentation using Texmaker. Includes the creation of a titlepage, changing theme options and colors, adjusting visibility using \only and \onslide commands, using columns, and adjusting spacing of slide content.
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416.9X Including Images in LaTeX / Overleaf
 
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4/20/16 Using the graphicx package to include figures with references and captions in your Overleaf document.
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How to Manually Install Latex Packages with MikTex on Windows 10
 
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This video will show you how to manually install install Latex packages in MikTex in Windows 10. Most packages (graphicx, float, tocloft, hyperref, etc) Most of the packages can be downloaded from CTAN: https://ctan.org/?lang=en You can search the package on CTAN, or just google the package, such as "float package Latex", then just hit download to get a zipped file of the Latex package. After it downloads, right click on the package and choose the extract all option. In the extracted folder check if there is a .sty file, this is generally what the package is looking for. If there is a .sty and no .ins, then you can directly proceed to making the folders and importing them to Latex. If there is a .ins, you will need to run Latex on it first. You can do this by clicking the browser bar at the top, and type in cmd and hit enter. In the command window that pops up, type: latex packagename.ins Then hit enter to build the package. Some packages may require additional options in the command prompt, others need no input, or just need you to hit enter again as the one in the video does. After the package is built, you will need to create a folder to store all the packages. It needs to have the specific format of a base folder with any name, and then a folder inside of it name tex, and then a folder inside that named latex. After you create this folder, you can drag any packages inside the latex folder. You want the folder that has the .sty inside of it. You can right click on it to choose copy, then paste it into the folder. The next step is to open the MikTex Settings (Admin) program, which you can find by searching MikTex. In the window that pops up, choose the Roots tab, and then hit add at the bottom. Here, search for the top folder you created (NOT the tex or latex folder), and choose it. Then hit apply at the bottom and a window should pop up and quickly and install all of the packages. Your Latex installation should now be able to utilize those packages. If you have correctly put your packages in the folder and Latex still does not recognize them, try going back into the MikTex settings and remove and re-add the folder, and apply it again. The packages should now be available. Check out my facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/All-How-2s/198429346974010 or my twitter: https://twitter.com/AllHow2s Or my website where I have a lot of other great tutorials (such as how to take a screenshot, or how to get the start button back on Windows 8): http://www.allhow2s.com
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Week 4   Latex Tutorial   Lecture 002   Document Class Options
 
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\documentclass[a4paper,10pt,twocolumn,landscape]{article} \begin{document} \section{Exploring Document Class Options} \begin{itemize} \item a4paper , a5paper , b5paper , letterpaper , legalpaper , or executivepaper : The output will be formatted according to this paper size, that is, A4: 210 mm x 297 mm. letterpaper (8.5 in x 11 in) is the default. Loading the geometry package allows more sizes. \item 10pt , 11pt , or 12pt : The size of normal text in the document; the default is ten points ( 10pt ). The size of headings, footnotes, indexes, and so on, will be adjusted accordingly. \item landscape : Switches to landscape format; width and height of the output size will be interchanged. \item onecolumn or twocolumn : Decides whether the pages will be one-column (default) or two-column. It's not supported by the letter class. \item oneside or twoside : Formatting for printing on one side or both sides of a page. oneside is the default, except for the book class. twoside is not usable with the slides class and the letter class. \item 10pt , 11pt , or 12pt : The size of normal text in the document; the default is ten points ( 10pt ). The size of headings, footnotes, indexes, and so on, will be adjusted accordingly. \item landscape : Switches to landscape format; width and height of the output size will be interchanged. \item onecolumn or twocolumn : Decides whether the pages will be one-column (default) or two-column. It's not supported by the letter class. \item oneside or twoside : Formatting for printing on one side or both sides of a page. oneside is the default, except for the book class. twoside is not usable with the slides class and the letter class. \end{itemize} \end{document}
Views: 142 Mayank Agarwal
How to Install, Use and Extend LaTeX
 
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Your different options for compiling and installing LaTeX and getting what you want out of it. http://lukesmith.xyz/latex --- Email me: [email protected] Send me donations via PayPal: https//paypal.me/LukeMSmith See my website: http://lukesmith.xyz
Views: 34715 Luke Smith
Rolling your own document class
 
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Peter Flynn Silmaril Consultants Zeeba TV (http://zeeba.tv) is part of the River Valley group of Companies. http://www.rivervalleytechnologies.com/
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Best  Image Format to use in LaTeX (LaTeX: Tips/Solution-43)
 
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In this tutorial, we will see best image/graphics/figure format to use in latex. The vector and raster graphics will be highlighted for this purpose. Among several options including pdf, eps, png, and jpg, it has been suggested to use pdf as much as possible. The common preference can be given as: 1. EPS and PDF: for vector graphics 2. JPEG: for photos 3. PNG: for screenshots and some other kinds of raster graphics. One should also make sure that the DPI is at least 300 for each figure. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sample: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- If this worked and helped you ► Do not forget to Like, Comment, and Subscribe ! ================================================= ► To Watch all our videos, click here - https://goo.gl/aCCrzi ► Subscribe to our channel, click here - https://goo.gl/9QCQhC
Views: 246 Chandra Has
Generate high quality plots with MATLAB
 
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Plots in presentations and technical documents can either detract or enhance the delivery. This tutorial demonstrates how to make high quality plots in MATLAB and how to export the figures in PNG (for MS PowerPoint) or EPS format (for LaTeX or MS Word).
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Latex options
 
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Making a Resume with some LaTeX Magic (Part 1)
 
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I'm going to make a couple of vids illustrating the too oft forgotten principles of LaTeX formatting. In this first one, we'll make a structure for our document and start modifying headings and sections with the titlesec package and other basic things. Take a look at your options in the titlesec package documentation too: http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/titlesec/titlesec.pdf
Views: 59140 Luke Smith
How to Add Watermarks to PDF
 
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In this video tutorial we will show you how to add a watermark to a PDF. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ This tutorial will show you how to watermark a pdf which can be a great way to let people know something fundamental about the document. We are going to be using Acrobat XI to add the watermark. Step # 1 -- Accessing the Pages Tab Open the PDF in Acrobat, as you can see it does not currently have any watermark. Click on the "Tools" option in the top right of the window and in the menu that appears click the "Pages" tab. Step # 2 -- Entering the Watermark Text Scroll down in this section until you see the "Watermark" option, click on it and in the menu that appears click "Add watermark". The "Add Watermark" window will open and you need to enter the text for your watermark -- a sample of what you are creating will appear on the right. Step # 3 -- Customizing the Watermark By default it will appear as black, Arial text on a straight line but you can easily change this. Here we will make the text larger, lower the opacity and give it a 45 degree rotation so that it spans more of the page. Click "OK" to apply the watermark, save the document and that is how to watermark a pdf with Acrobat.
How To Import A Picture in LaTeX | TeXMaker How-To's
 
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Learn how to include a picture or an image in a LaTeX document. In this example I use the TeXMaker program. For more videos like this please visit my website, http://www.AHeadForFigures.com
Views: 89488 A Head For Figures
Making a Resume with some LaTeX Magic (Part 2)
 
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A follow up to the last video, with some more tweaks. Section frames, title spacing and manipulating margins to get what you want! Take a look at your options in the titlesec package documentation too: http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/titlesec/titlesec.pdf I'm a huge LaTeX shill, so expect more LaTeX stuff in the future (some very soon)! The source file of the resume made in the video: http://lukesmith.xyz/longterm/resume.tex
Views: 23963 Luke Smith
10 Essential Atom Editor Packages & Setup
 
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In this video I will start with a default Atom editor and add each of my favorite packages and plugins step by step so make Atom an overall better code editor. PACKAGE LIST: -Emmet -File Icons -Atom Live Server -Todo -Mini-Map -Pigments -Linter -Atom Beautify -Ask Stack -Highlight Selected SUPPORT: We spend massive amounts of time creating these free videos, please donate to show your support: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia EDUONIX COURSES: Please use affiliate links from website below http://www.traversymedia.com/eduonix-courses FOLLOW TRAVERSY MEDIA: http://www.facebook.com/traversymedia http://www.twitter.com/traversymedia https://www.instagram.com/traversymedia
Views: 295619 Traversy Media
Document Classes, Headlines and Basic Text Formatting in Latex - Latex Beginners' Course #11
 
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Document classes control the overall style of your document. Up until now we worked with the standard classes. This video introduces the KOMA-script document classes, which offer improved European-style typography and also allow you more options to customise the look-and-feel of the document. As an example, we show you how to change the headers and footers of your document using simple commands. Music: Chris Zabriskie: Cylinder One, The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Views: 3007 The Latex Latifundium
Compile as PDF (with clickable T.O.C) in Scrivener
 
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Free Scrivener Training http://indieauthor.com/get-started-with-scrivener/ (includes, PDF guide, fast track mini-course, and 20% off Scrivener software). I'm gonna show you now how to output from Scrivener as a PDF. Say for example, you have created a report or some kind of content you wanted to offer as a PDF download on your website or something that you attach in an email to send to someone, Scrivener that output your document very very easily as s PDF format which is pretty much everyone can open and read. You can just go straight to the compile feature and output it as a PDF but I want to show you a trick first just in case you want to have a clickable Table of Contents within your PDF. Now if you don't want a clickable table of contents don't worry about this spot but I thought it's worth showing you cause it may be something that you can use in the future. What we are going to do is that we're going to add a new page, so we got Untitled here and we gonna pop it up there. And I'm gonna make this a content page. And what I'm going to do is I'm going to click the first page (in this case it's the Title page) all the way down to the end (I'm holding down the shift key and I click on my last chapter here in the binder) and if I go up here in the Edit, Copy Special and then go Copy Documents as TOC. What I'm going to do is click on my Contents page and I can just CTRL or Command V and I can paste that in place. Free Scrivener Training http://indieauthor.com/get-started-with-scrivener/
Views: 896 David Lee Martin
[Tutorial] Gnuplot in TexStudio
 
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► Downloads: » Gnuplot-Download: http://www.gnuplot.info/download.html » MikTex-Download: http://miktex.org/download » TexStudio-Download: http://www.texstudio.org/ ► Environment variables: » PATH C:\Program Files (x86)\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin;C:\Program Files (x86)\gnuplot\bin » gnuplot C:\Program Files (x86)\gnuplot\bin » GNUPLOT_LIB C:\Program Files (x86)\gnuplot\demo ► TexStudio commands: » LaTeX "C:/Program Files (x86)/MiKTeX 2.9/miktex/bin/latex.exe" -src -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex » PdfLaTeX pdflatex.exe -synctex=1 -shell-escape -enable-write18 -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex ► My Website: http://aquila-pixel-mathematics.weebly.com/mix.html ► Me on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/pixel_95
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Forward and Inverse Search Using Texmaker and Sumatra PDF
 
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If you are a LaTeX user, these options are helpful when you are writing and editing your papers. For more information: http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/37327/configure-forward-search-with-texmaker-sumatrapdf
Views: 2729 Ghassem Tofighi
LaTex Tutorial 15: Advanced Presentations with Beamer
 
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In this video we will cover some of the customization options for creating presentations in Latex with the beamer package.
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Free Word to Latex Converter | Elsevier Template Handling
 
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www.grindeq.com will help you a lot to convert Word to Latex. The elsevier template is used to make you understand. You can use 10 free launches without registration.
Views: 65383 Scientific Rana
Use Portable LaTeX: MikTeX and TeXstudio (LaTeX: Tips/Solution-18)
 
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Easiest way to use LaTeX (MikTeX + TeXstudio) without installing the software. This software can be used in computer or can be run from external hard disk/usb pen drive/sd card. Compiler's path you need to set into your texstudio setting: Compiler path: ...install/texmfs/miktex/bin ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Download portable software: https://goo.gl/kf0laL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If this worked and helped you ► Do not forget to Like, Comment, and Subscribe ! ================================================= ► To Watch all our videos, click here - https://goo.gl/aCCrzi ► Subscribe to our channel, click here - https://goo.gl/9QCQhC
Views: 8490 Chandra Has
First LaTEX document example using TeXstudio
 
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Using TeXstudio make easier to produce LaTEX input document.
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Outputting Stata Summary and Regression Tables for Excel, Word, or LaTeX
 
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Don't you dare spend hours copying over every cell of your table by hand! There are many easier ways to get your results out of Stata. Goes over outreg2, mkcorr, and copying tables. For some reason the sound didn't kick in at the start and I had to cut out the part where I explain that you might need to download outreg2 using ssc install outreg2.
Views: 57118 Nick Huntington-Klein
Top 10 reasons to use TeXstudio Editor for Latex Documents HD
 
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This video shows top 10 reasons to use TeXstudio Editor for Latex Documents
Views: 16621 Mashbeats
MATLAB | Curve Fitting, Plotting with Legend/Labels and Publishing as PDF (Files in the Description)
 
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Plotting data with a curved line approximation (smoothing spline). The video shows how to plot both the linear and curved approximations given a data set of two variables (x and y). The end of the video shows MATLAB's publishing capabilities (HTML, PDF, XML, Latex) (DOC.x word document available on MATLAB running on Windows systems). Note: Please select higher quality if code is difficult to see. Files: MATLAB .m File: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ENQzOlIO4Z7cJHeeRAQLS_WQNWx3wJju/view?usp=sharing MATLAB Published PDF: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aSvzvu5-NPf_QAdHQWlSl1qdaZ_5ndUp/view?usp=sharing
Views: 46 1234DrawSomeMore
LaTeX och ps4pdf
 
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En film som visar hur man fixar kompileringsmotorn i TeXShop för paketet pst-pdf
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LaTeX Programming : 005 : Parts of a Document, Document Class and Packages
 
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This is a series of tutorials on LaTeX programming. I recommend this series for all programmers. All the programs and examples will be available in this public folder! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/okks00k2xufw9l3/AABkbbrfKetJPPsnfYa5BMSNa?dl=0 Dropbox link does not work! Website: http://fluidiccolours.in/ GitHub: https://github.com/arunprasaad2711/
Views: 4828 Fluidic Colours
Part 2: Insert Images in LaTeX
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to insert a figure in Latex document. The source is code is up in my github repo: https://github.com/davidrajdgl/LaTeX
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Setting up a LaTeX writing environment
 
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- Windows, using Miktex and Texmaker - A note for the Texmaker Quick Build command change: Yes, you need pdflatex that often. This reflects things like cross references etc. The changed Quick Build command is a single "all in one" command: It will output a finished pdf document including all (cross-) references etc. No more need to manually call bibtex, pdflatex etc! - Change encoding to UTF-8 is optional, but recommended: It prevents you from having troubles with special characters when exchanging .tex files with e.g. linux users.
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Demystifying DITA to PDF part 2 of 7
 
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Presented by Sarah O'Keefe Learn about your options for extracting PDF from DITA content. Includes comparison of DITA Open Toolkit, FrameMaker, and InDesign approaches.
Views: 483 ScriptoriumTech
Printing with PDFText and Text Options
 
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We expanded our print options to include a PDFText and a Text format in which you can download your document. This video illustrates these options and what the documents will look like.
Views: 440 HeinOnline
Latex Tutorial 2 (I/II): "TeXstudio" installation and Interesting Features
 
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I have discussed some interesting features of "TeXstudio".
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LaTeX on Windows using TeXworks - English
 
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Installing MikTeX on Windows Writing basic LaTeX document using TeXworks editor Configuring MikTeX to download missing packages
Interactive Sales Report - HTML & PDF - RMarkdown & Plotly | DS4B 101-R
 
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This report is what you build in Week 7 using two amazing tools: #rmarkdown and #plotly You'll learn how to create RMarkdown documents including working with YAML, Knitr Global Options & Local Options, Code Chunks and more! You'll also learn how to create interactive plots with #plotly, a critical skillset for every data scientist!
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GradTrack: Getting Started with LaTeX Thesis Template- Rob Sippel
 
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LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system. It includes features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. This video introduction covers how to use the LaTeX thesis template, options for downloading and installing LaTeX and LaTeX editors, and resources for becoming familiarized with LaTeX.
Views: 1001 Evans Library
Separate folder for all auxiliary files in TeXstudio (LaTeX: Tips/Solution-24)
 
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In this video, using TeXstudio i will show you how to create a separate folder for all auxiliary files (log, aux, dvi, lof, lot, bbl, bcf, toc, out, blg, etc.) generated with pdflatex and bibtex compilers. Copy and pase the given paths as demonstrated in the video: pdflatex: --aux-directory=build bibtex : build/% -include-directory=build Note: This method doesn't work with nomenclature compiler (working on this). --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If this worked and helped you ► Do not forget to Like, Comment, and Subscribe ! ================================================= ► To Watch all our videos, click here - https://goo.gl/aCCrzi ► Subscribe to our channel, click here - https://goo.gl/9QCQhC
Views: 3905 Chandra Has
Restore Default TeXstudio Setting  (LaTeX: Tips/Solution- 03)
 
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-------------- -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Watch: "How to Use Title Slide in Beamer Presentation (LaTeX Advanced Tutorial-11)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH9_a6BSKtw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 3602 Chandra Has
How to generate the pdf in python using pdfkit
 
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Generate pdf uisng python convert base64 to pdf Store pdf in variable Format pdf file using the pdfkit
Views: 6614 Hitesh Trivedi
How to write a report with Latex
 
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Hey guys, happy new year! :-) Today I show you how you can create a report with Latex. I think it`s an awesome program and deserves more attention. I only scratch the surface with this video, it has a lot more functions to play around with. Find the download links for Windows and MacOS and more info about Latex below: ➤ Installation on Windows: 1. First install: https://miktex.org/download 2. Then install: https://www.texstudio.org/ ➤ Installation on MacOS: 1. First install: https://tug.org/mactex/mactex- download.html 2. Then install: https://www.texstudio.org/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Get my code here: https://github.com/Lumary2/Latex More info about Latex: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Tables http://tug.ctan.org/info/symbols/comprehensive/symbols-a4.pdf My Blog(English): https://lumarycodes.wordpress.com/ My Blog(German): https://lifelessons662.wordpress.com/ ✿ Open Source Image Editor I use: https://www.gimp.org/
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Janiform Papers Demo (pdbf: portable database files)
 
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project page: https://github.com/uds-datalab/PDBF VLDB 2015 demo: http://www.vldb.org/pvldb/vol8/p1972-dittrich.pdf About: PDBF documents are a hybrid format. They are a valid PDF and a valid HTML page at the same time. You can now optionally add an VirtualBox OVA file with a complete operating system to the PDBF document. Yes, this means that the resulting file is a valid PDF, HTML, and OVA file at the same time. If you change the file extension to PDF and open it with an PDF viewer, you can see the static part of the document. If you change the file extension to HTML and open it with a Browser (currently Chrome/Firefox/Safari/IE 10 supported), you can see the dynamic part of the document. And if an ova file is attached you can also change the file extension to OVA and install and run the attached operating system. The difference between the PDF and the HTML version is that the PDF version contains static version of all PDBF elements, whereas the HTML version is dynamic. For example you can zoom into graphs, temporarly remove dataseries from the graph, inspect and change the underling query of the PDBF element and see the result of the change directly in the browser. This approach works completely offline. No internet connection is required, neither at compile time, nor at viewing time. PDBF files are created from LaTeX source code and a relational database. The raw data can either be a SQL statement string, a file with SQL statements, or contained in a database (currently PostgreSQL/MySQL/MariaDB supported). In the LaTeX code you can then specify how the PDBF element (currently charts/pivot tables/multiplot charts/sql statements/dataTexts/dataTables are supported) is created from the raw data with options and an SQL query. Read more in the documentation, which is itself is a PDBF document. PDBF toolkit is written in Java and LaTeX and can be used to compile documents on Windows, Mac, and Linux. PDBF documents are also platform independent and run on any desktop OS (Windows, Linux, Mac) with a browser/PDF viewer. A demo paper of our tool appeared at VLDB 2015. Note: The paper was build with an old version of PDBF. To see an up to date example of PDBF look at the documentation.
Setting Your Printer to Double-Sided Printing on a Windows Computer
 
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An instructional video produced by the Harvard Office for Sustainability's Green Office Program.
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Scoring PDF Structure To Detect Malicious Files
 
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Rodrigo Montoro SOURCE Seattle 2012
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LexJet HP Latex Print and Cut Printer Tour
 
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Learn more at http://www.lexjet.com/hp-latex-cutting-solutions Recently, HP launched the Latex Print and Cut solution by bundling the HP Latex 115, Latex 315 and Latex 335 with cutters, giving print providers the opportunity to trim and cut graphics without interfering with their workflow, saving both time and money. Realizing that many latex printers were purchased prior to the release of the bundle, HP knew that those users could benefit from the addition of the HP Cutter with the latex they already have in house. That’s why they announced the release of the HP Latex Cutting Solution at the ISA show this past March in Orlando. The new cutters will give all users of the HP Latex 300 and 100 series printers a true print and cut option, that includes FlexiPRINT and CUT RIP. With three options, there is a solution available to everyone, from beginners to seasoned shop veterans: - The HP Latex 54 Basic Cutting Solution is an easy and affordable option for those whose graphics demand don’t exceed 54 inches and has a maximum cut speed of 33in per second (84 cm/sec) - The HP Latex 54 Cutting Solution is a great way to grow your business in the 54-in graphics market. This cutter offers a faster maximum cut speed (44 in/sec; 113 cm/sec) for quicker turnaround times - The HP Latex 64 Cutting Solution will accommodate graphics as wide as 62.2 inches (158 cm) with the same maximum cutting speed as the 54 inch model (44 in/sec; 113 cm/sec) The addition of an HP Cutting Solution or Latex Print and Cut will open up opportunities in applications like labels and stickers, floor graphics, wall decals, and window graphics. If you currently own a Latex 300 or 100 series printer and are interested in adding one of these solutions to your workflow, call one of our LexJet sales specialists at 800-453-9538 or visit us online at http://www.lexjet.com. Learn more at http://www.lexjet.com/hp-latex-cutting-solutions
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Convert image to latex code
 
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Convert image to latex code