This is a basic template for an empirical term paper at the university. It includes various options that are customizable (e.g. cover page/no cover page) and also gives a quick introduction into the very basics of LaTeX such as highlighting, citing, writing, including tables, figures, and mathematical equations.
If you're looking to get started with a LaTeX presentation, this template is for you! You can customise the look and feel of your presentation by choosing your preferred combination of Theme and Color Theme. Click the image above to get started, and try changing the theme to "Madrid" to get the look shown. For more hints and tips on creating presentations with Beamer, checkout Part 3 of our free introduction to LaTeX course.
This is an example illustating how to typeset code in LaTeX, especially in beamer presentations. It uses the metropolis theme.
It is a presentation with one slide per "technique" which include some explanatory comments.
Examples shown are minted, lstlisting, verbatim, tcolorbox and knitR. The main document has the ending ".Rtex" which is required if you want it to be able to run knitR. Otherwise, you can just use normal ".tex".
It is accompanied by a blog post with more information here.
In this blog post, some complications which can arise when using code listings in beamer are discussed (package clashes, etc.), so this might be informative if you want to learn more.
A template for writing papers in Linguistics at Pomona College. This guide has instructions for how to use the packages that are included in the template. The explanations given here (as well as the resources that are linked to in the guide) should give a complete LaTeX novice everything they need to write a linguistics paper at Pomona College. This will likely also be useful to linguists and linguistics students in other places who are learning LaTeX.