Category: Introduction to Latex

Introduction to Latex

Flowchart in latex

Flowchart in latex

We are using tikz ´╗┐library ´╗┐to draw a flowchart. In this flowchart, no scenario is presented with flowcharts, only presentation is shown Example Output

Caption in algorithms in Latex

Caption in algorithms in Latex

It is often useful for the algorithm produced by algorithmic to be “floated” to the optimal point in the document to avoid it being split across pages. The algorithm environment provides this and a...

Algorithms in Latex

Algorithms in Latex

The algorithm environment is used to write algorithms in latex. Include it by adding the \usepackage{algorithm} to your document’s preamble. Example Output

Matrices in Latex

Matrices in Latex

amsmath is an extension package that provides various features for writing math formulas. Example (one Dimensional) Output Example (Two Dimensional) Output Example (Matrix Multiplication) Output

Lists in Latex

Lists in Latex

There are three basic types of list in LaTeX, each with its own environment: Ordered Lists Output : 1. Africa. 2. America 3. Asia. Unordered Lists Output : Africa. America. Asia. Description Lists Output...

Latex first document

Latex first document

At a minimum, a LaTeX document consists of: Example Output When press Latex run button your output .pdf file is automatically stored in the folder or location where you have saved your .tex file.

How LaTeX Works

How LaTeX Works

In typical “WYSIWYG” text processors, such as Microsoft Word or Word Perfect: Formatting commands are invisible. The file shows pretty much the final result. LaTeX, on the other hand, is a formatter rather than...

Introducing LaTeX

Introducing LaTeX

LaTeX is a document preparation system, a special version of Donald Knuth’s TeX program. TeX is a sophisticated program designed to produce high-quality typesetting, especially for mathematical text. It takes a computer file, prepared...