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introduction chapter without number but in toc

You want to have an introductional chapter in your document but you don’t want it to be numbered as it is not really part of the body of the document? Here is a set of commands to achieve this. We

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addtographicspath

With LaTeX you can easily define your search paths for graphic files included in you document by %\graphicspath{{./images/}{../graphics/}} % additional graphics paths If you want to add some directory later on, e.g. you want to have an extra directory for

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updated includesvg example

I just updated the includesvg-example. Now it contains everything what was described here. Both the old way and the new way, including the operating system test and my version of the svg-package by Philip Ilten featuring the angle-option to rotate

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includesvg, the new way

Some months after I described the how to include svg files in latex documents Philip Ilten published his work on the latex-package svg which uses the inkscape approach we discussed here. The package adds some nice flexible features, so read about the new way…

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synctex with rubber and gedit

Synctex is a system to navigate synchronously in you latex- and pdf-document. Many programs support it yet or at least use it internally. But unluckily my favorite latex post-processor rubber (which makes error-messages more readable) does not work with synctex.

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filename variables in gnuplot

I was trying to teach my bloody windows workspace to update the plotfile not only in the data-directory where Data and plotfiles are located, but also leave one version in my latex-document directory. I learned, that you can even use

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make your LaTeX document your “makefile”

With that executeiffilenewer-command I presented in one of my previous posts, you can use your LaTeX-compiler to keep track of all the additional files which are required to build you project. If you use gnuplot to create some plots which

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on the way to one universal LaTeX header.tex-file

I have modified my LaTeX Header.tex to be used in both, beamer-presentations and normal Documents (article or whatever). You can just test if beamer was used as documentsclass and in that case do some more specific stuff. See: % if

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List currently installed latex beamertheme components

A latex beamertheme usually consist of the three components beameroutertheme, beamerinnertheme and beamercolortheme. You can easily make up your own presentation style by not only sticking to the predefined beamerthemes, but loading some components seperately after you have loaded the

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bibtex: Namen abkürzen mit unsrtnat

Literaturverzeichnisse können ganz schön lang werden, wenn bei den sieben Autoren jedes Artikels die vollen Vornamen angegeben werden. Dafür gibt es den bibtex-Stil abbrv (mit natbib abbrvnat), der an Stelle von Peter Meyer nur P. Meyer im Literaturverzeichnis erscheinen lässt.

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