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  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Lecture 2 - Typesetting

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste

    Spring 2011 Week 2

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Outline

    1 Introduction to LATEX

    2 Typesetting

    3 Exercise / HW

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Class Logistics

    Agenda for the day 1 Lecture 45 mins 2 Release Computer access 3 During lab we will give out CCN/CEC 4 HW will be posted tonight

    We will divide the class and you will have one grader for the semester.

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Intro LATEX

    LATEX versus Microsoft Word c© or other programs

    LATEX is considered WYSIWYW (what you see is what you want)

    I cropped this using LATEX !

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    The LATEX Life Cycle 1 Type document in a text editor 2 Compile or Typeset using LATEX 3 Edit - Revise 4 Repeat step 1

    Functionality (a few among many others) 1 Automatic Numbering 2 Auto Reference (ie outlines, table of contents, figures) 3 Easy Bibliography 4 Macros 5 Ability to change anything (formatting pages, margins, etc.)

    without effort

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1

    Other Examples of \Command{Argument}

    \author{Your name here} \title{Your title here} \begin{document} \maketitle \end{document}

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1

    Other Examples of \Command{Argument}

    \author{Your name here} \title{Your title here} \begin{document} \maketitle \end{document}

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1

    Other Examples of \Command{Argument}

    \author{Your name here} \title{Your title here} \begin{document} \maketitle \end{document}

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1

    Other Examples of \Command{Argument}

    \author{Your name here} \title{Your title here} \begin{document} \maketitle \end{document}

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1

    Other Examples of \Command{Argument}

    \author{Your name here} \title{Your title here} \begin{document} \maketitle \end{document}

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1

    Other Examples of \Command{Argument}

    \author{Your name here} \title{Your title here} \begin{document} \maketitle \end{document}

    LATEX for Math and Science Christian Blanco and Brandon Eltiste Lecture 2 - Typesetting

  • Introduction to LATEX Typesetting Exercise / HW

    Typesetting

    Commands: \

    \documentclass \begin \sum

    ∑ Arguments: { }

    \documentclass{article} \begin{center} \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}

    ∑∞ n=1