Introduction to LaTex for Math & Science
LaTeX is a free typesetting program that you can use to format books, articles, slides, and other types of documents. LaTeX makes it easy to format things like mathematical formulas, tables, and figures, which can be tricky to do in Word or Google Docs.
This workshop will introduce the basics of working with LaTeX, including:
- Setting up a LaTeX document
- Formatting basics (paragraphs, sections, etc.)
- Formatting mathematical equations
- Formatting tables, figures, and images
*Note: This session will primarily focus on LaTeX basics and will briefly introduce how LaTeX is used in math and science writing. While the workshop is designed for users who are new to LaTeX, all are welcome.
If you're interested in learning LaTeX but are not able to make this workshop, please email Lauren at email@example.com.
Related LibGuide: Introduction to LaTeX by Claire Pontbriand
- Thursday, February 13, 2020
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Farber 101
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I'm a Science Librarian, and I work closely with the following departments and programs: Genetic Counseling, Neuroscience, Physics, Psychology, Rabb School GPS
I'm available to meet with individuals or groups at any point in the research process! Depending on your preference, we can meet in person in the library or talk on the phone/video chat.
Please feel free to send me an email if the times listed aren't convenient for you, or if you have any questions at all.