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texlive-base update for jessie 2014.20141024-2

Posted on December 3, 2014 by There and back again Feed

I just uploaded a new texlive-base package targeting jessie. Although we are well past freeze time, I still hope that the release managers allow this package to enter jessie, as it contains an important fix. Namely the fix to longtable* in the LaTeX tools package, released beginning of November. Besides this only documentation fixes for [...]

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Speaker Meeting 2014

Posted on December 2, 2014 by UK-TUG Feed

The annual Speaker Meeting and AGM took place on Saturday at Trinity College, Oxford. We had a mix of talks as well of course the AGM. The talks were recorded: they’ll be available soon (after editing), and we’ll post again once that happens. Morning Session The day began with informal discussions over coffee: the turnout […]

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umalayathesis Updated

Posted on November 26, 2014 by Malaysian LaTeX User Group Feed

The umalayathesis document class (for Universiti Malaya theses) has been updated — you can now include a Malay abstract in addition to the English abstract. Download here, or get it from bitbucket.

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Nitpicking on Čech cohomology notation

Posted on November 24, 2014 by On music, computing and math Feed

A long time ago I wrote about how to produce Čech cohomology groups in LaTeX, while in the previous post there is the Čech-to-derived spectral sequence making an appearance, and when I took the first screenshot in that blogpost I realised there was something wrong with the positioning of the exponent. Compare: to The first […]

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Adding an equation to the table of contents

Posted on November 23, 2014 by On music, computing and math Feed

Next week I’ll be giving a lecture on spectral sequences in algebraic geometry, and in the notes I’m preparing I wanted to put the spectral sequence below the title of the corresponding section in the table of contents. The \addcontentsline command was known to me, but \addtocontents wasn’t, and there is one caveat in using […]

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SAS and LaTeX Together: The StatRep Package

Posted on November 23, 2014 by ReachTim Feed

Table of Contents Overview Configuration The statrep_macros.sas File The SAS ODS Output Destination The StatRep Tagset and Style Examples Capture All Outputs as a Single Stream Capture Specific Outputs Summary Overview This short article shows how you can use StatRep to capture and display SAS-generated output to create dynamic documents. With the most recent release of the StatRep package, you can now create and display SAS-generated LaTeX output in your LaTeX documents. The StatRep system for reproducible research was introduced at the 2012 SAS Global Forum, in this paper. You can download the package from the links given at the end of this article. The StatRep package enables you to create dynamic documents using SAS and LaTeX. It is composed of one LaTeX package (statrep.sty) and a suite of SAS macros, (statrep_macros.sas) that work together to capture and display SAS output. This enables you to write all of your data, code, and discussion in a single source file (your LaTeX document); that file can be shared with others and you can be sure that the output others see is generated from the code you used to create the analysis. No more copying and pasting of code blocks! Your document is processed in four steps: Write your LaTeX document using custom ...

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A new list for TeX meetings

Posted on November 21, 2014 by Some TeX Developments Feed

Keeping a track of what TeX meetings are going on can be tricky. To help us all keep up, Karl Berry has just set up a new mailing list: TeX meetings. The idea is simple: it gives everyone a single place to post notices of meetings upcoming, and so to track what is happening in […]

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2014-11-15 LaTeX-narrow-to-environment

Posted on November 15, 2014 by Content AND Presentation Feed

Hitting C-x n C-h gives a short overview of what narrowing commands are there available in Emacs. Unfortunately, narrow-to-defun does not (as I hoped) narrow to the current environment in LaTeX. This is Emacs, however, so why not fix this problem?

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How do I properly cite a preprint in `biblatex`?

Posted on November 11, 2014 by On music, computing and math Feed

This question has been nagging me for a while, and thanks to TeX – LaTeX Stack Exchange I have found an answer: Audrey’s answer to the question What should BibTeX for arXiv entries look like? references the file biblatex-examples.bib where the entries baez/article and baez/online indicate how it should be done. If you are referencing […]

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TUGboat 35:3 published

Posted on November 8, 2014 by TeX Users Group Feed

TUGboat volume 35, number 3 (a regular issue) has been mailed to TUG members. It is also available online to members and from the TUG store. Please consider joining or renewing your TUG membership if you haven't already.

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ptex2pdf v0.5

Posted on November 5, 2014 by There and back again Feed

ptex2pdfを更新した。角藤さんのおかけで、Windowsでuptexを使う時、「command_line_encoding」を「utf8」に設定する修正点。 明日からTeX Liveのバーションがアップされるつもりだ。CTANにもアップした。ダウンロードは「ptex2pdf-0.5.zip」、lua scriptだけ欲しかったら、こっち:「ptex2pdf.lua」 使い方等のため、特別のページを見て下さい:/software-projects/ptex2pdf. The post ptex2pdf v0.5 appeared first on There and back again.

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Présentation des auteurs dans la bibliographie finale

Posted on November 3, 2014 by Geekographie Maïeulesque Feed

Dans une bibliographie finale, avec le style bibliographique verbose, le premier nom d'auteur est affiché sous la forme « Nom, Prénom », tandis que les autres noms d'auteur d'une même entrée sont affichés sous la forme « Prénom Nom ». On pourrait vouloir avoir systématiquement la forme « Nom, Prénom ». Comment faire ? Le problème Soit l'entrée suivante : @Bookrobel, Author = Robel, Lauren and Zoller, Elisabeth, Location = Paris, Publisher = Presses Universitaires de France, Subtitle = (...) - BibLaTeX

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Gestions des œuvres anonymes : méthode encore plus simple

Posted on October 27, 2014 by Geekographie Maïeulesque Feed

J'avais proposé dans un article comment gérer des œuvres anonymes. J'avais également indiqué dans un autre article comment procéder à un tri des œuvres anonymes. Les deux contributions avaient été fusionnées en un package. En voulant améliorer ce package, je me suis aperçu qu'il y avait une méthode beaucoup plus simple. Explication. Nos besoins Nous voulons que pour certains types d'entrées seul le champ author soit utilisé : Comme référent pour le classement bibliographique. Comment auteur dans la (...) - BibLaTeX

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Removing/hiding a column in a LaTeX table

Posted on October 24, 2014 by Blog on Latex Matters Feed

It’s easy to add, remove, or shift rows. Just copy-and-paste or delete the corresponding line in the table. Removing columms is a different story. You might be able to come up with some sophisticated regular expression, which removes the right value in every row. Otherwise, the only way is to use another program or to ...

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Debian/TeX Live for jessie 2014.20141024-1

Posted on October 24, 2014 by There and back again Feed

The freeze day for the next stable release of Debian, jessie, is approaching, and so I did a last pull from tlnet. Together with the recently (build from current svn sources), this will (probably) be what will be contained in Debian/jessie. Packages are on the way to the servers and should arrive at end users […] The post Debian/TeX Live for jessie 2014.20141024-1 appeared first on There and back again.

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