Introduction to LaTeX
High quality, efficient and free document writing, editing and designing tool
LaTeX is a high-quality document preparation system and it is available as a free software. It is commonly used for writing, editing and designing scientific documents, technical reports, PhD thesis and books of broad audience. It is very efficient in terms of managing references to multiple sections, figures, tables and equations and for that reason, it has been widely used in science and education.
GEO University aims to offer a series of LaTeX courses, which will include step-by-step tutorials.
This is the first course on LaTex and it will equip you with the appropriate skills to efficiently write reports on LaTeX with images, contents, tables and more. You may download the pdf file that we will create together step-by-step during this course. Enroll to the trial and download the pdf file!
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to download the source code of the document created.
Lesson 1: Installation of dependencies
Lesson 2: Overview of the Integrated Development Interface used in this course
Lesson 3: My first LaTeX document
Geo University LaTex Course
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Lesson 4: How to include the main title of the document
Lesson 5: How to modify author name, style and date
Lesson 6: How to divide text into sections and subsections
Lesson 7: How to refer to sections within the document
Lesson 8: Bullet point list
Lesson 9: Numbered list
Lesson 10: How to include external packages
Lesson 11: Include maths within text
Lesson 12: Non-inline mathematical equations
Lesson 13: Fractions
Lesson 14: Formatting and powers
Lesson 15: Square root and the sum symbol
Lesson 16: Adding my first image to the document
Lesson 17: Modifying size and alignment of the image
Lesson 18: Caption
Lesson 19: Referring to figures within text and last adjustments
Lesson 20: My first table in LaTeX and text alignment within table
Lesson 21: Vertical and horizontal lines of tables
Lesson 22: Formatting table; captions, labels, cantering
Lesson 23: How to create contents
Lesson 24: What will be taught in the next LaTex course
Efficient and effective document writing in LaTeX
Inclusion and management of multiple figures within a text
How to create and format tables
Management of titles, sections and subsection
Usage of mathematical equations
Automate creation of table of contents Referencing sections, tables, figures and equations within text
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