LaTeX with Texmaker and Overleaf: the one-stop LaTeX course
WHO CAN ACCESS THIS COURSE :-
- Professionals looking to create documents of premium quality.
- Students looking to create a professional and standout thesis or report.
- Researchers writing articles for academic journals.
- Writers planning on typesetting a book for publication.
WHAT ARE YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS COURSE ?
- Be able to use a personal computer.
WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO LEARN FROM THIS COURSE ?
- Step by step instructions to utilize Texmaker and Overleaf to alter LaTeX markup and make lovely reports.
- Step by step instructions to introduce Texmaker and the LaTeX appropriation MiKTeX.
- Step by step instructions to set up the introduction for a LaTeX venture.
- The most effective method to make a cover sheet.
- The most effective method to make various segments and sections in LaTeX.
- Instructions to include figures in LaTeX.
- Instructions to make records and tables.
- Step by step instructions to typeset arithmetic appropriately utilizing LaTeX
- Step by step instructions to construct an information base of sources utilizing Mendeley reference administrator.
- Step by step instructions to refer to a reference in LaTeX and make a rundown of references.
- Step by step instructions to make an expert CV utilizing LaTex with an Overleaf format
This course allows the student to be equipped with all the knowledge necessary to start using LaTeX as a professional typesetting tool. The course covers all the concepts needed by an individual for the use of LaTeX in the professional as well as academic environment.
The course follows a natural flow, starting from the installation of the appropriate LaTeX distribution and editor, to the creation of an advanced document. The use of Mendeley as a reference manager and Overleaf as an online collaborative LaTeX editor is also highlighted.
- 6 sections • 26 lectures • 2h 7m total length
Getting started with MiKTeX, Texmaker and LaTeX4 lectures • 17min
- Installing MiKTeX and Texmaker02:09
- My first document in LaTeXPreview05:42
- Analysis of my first document in LaTeX04:54
- Creating a simple document in LaTeX1 question
Lists, Figures and Tables3 lectures • 15min
- Creating listsPreview02:27
- Creating figures06:31
- Creating tables05:57
- Adding a list to your LaTeX document1 question
Citations in LaTeX and Reference Management with Mendeley2 lectures • 8min
- How to cite in LaTeXPreview04:14
- Using Mendeley to create your .bib file03:28
- Citations in LaTeX3 questions
LaTeX in Action with Overleaf and Texmaker15 lectures • 1hr 7min
- Overleaf: a cloud-based LaTeX editor10:54
- Document introductionPreview03:18
- Document set-up (document class)02:03
- Document set-up (language, math and font)03:08
- Document set-up (references and graphics)01:39
- Document set-up (additional packages)01:51
- The title page04:31
- The main document03:41
- The abstract03:13
- Chapter 109:23
- Chapter 2 (adding an elaborate equation)Preview11:31
- Chapter 2 (adding a figure)02:15
- Chapter 3 (lists and the align environment)04:27
- Chapter 3 (adding a table)03:11
- Bibliography and appendix02:18
- Completing your LaTeX document1 question
Creating your CV using LaTeX and Overleaf2 lectures • 19min
- General tips for creating a good CVPreview06:13
- Writing a CV using LaTeX with an Overleaf template12:26
Final assignment0 lectures • 0min
- Basic LaTeX commands5 questions
- Lists, figures and tables5 questions
- Creating a CV using LaTeX1 question