Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis

By (author) Talbot, Nicola Louise Cecilia

This is a follow-on from "LaTeX for Complete Novices" by the same author. This book concentrates on typesetting aspects usually required in a PhD thesis, such as displaying code listings, algorithms and glossaries.

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  • Abstract 1. Introduction 1.1 Building Your Document 1.1.1 LaTeXmk 1.1.2 Arara 2. Getting Started 3. Splitting a Large Document into Several Files 4. Formatting 4.1 Changing the Document Style 4.2 Changing the Page Style 4.3 Double-spacing 4.4 Changing the Title Page 4.5 Listings and Other Verbatim Text 4.6 Tabbing 4.7 Theorems 4.7.1 The amsthm Package 4.7.2 The ntheorem Package 4.8 Algorithms 4.9 Formatting SI Units 5. Generating a Bibliography 5.1 Creating a Bibliography Database 5.1.1 JabRef 5.1.2 Writing the .bib File Manually 5.2 BibTeX 5.2.1 Author-Year Citations 5.2.2 Troubleshooting 5.3 Biblatex 5.3.1 Troubleshooting 6. Generating Indexes and Glossaries 6.1 Using an External Indexing Application 6.1.1 Creating an Index (makeidx package) 6.1.2 Creating Glossaries, Lists of Symbols or Acronyms (glossaries package) 6.2 Using LaTeX to Sort and Collate Indexes or Glossaries (datagidx package) A. General Advice A.1 Too Many Unprocessed Floats A.2 General Thesis Writing Advice Bibliography Acronyms Summary of Commands and Environments Index GNU Free Documentation License History

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書名 Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis
著作者等 Talbot, Nicola Louise Cecilia
シリーズ名 Dickimaw LaTeX Series 2
出版元 Dickimaw Books
刊行年月 2013.03.04
ページ数 162p
大きさ H254 x W178
ISBN 9781909440029
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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