Examples of powerful LaTeX packages and techniques in use — a great way to learn LaTeX by example. Search or browse below.
Footnote Citations with Biblatex
This example shows how to create citations in footnotes using biblatex. Biblatex automatically formats references and citations, much like BibTeX, but biblatex is more robust and more powerful. You can (almost certainly) use your existing .bib databases with biblatex, it comes with a wide variety of styles built in, and it's much easier to write your own custom styles.
In this example, we use the verbose-ibid style to generate footnotes with automatic “ibid.” abbreviations. For a full list of styles, see the user guide in the biblatex manual.
Using media9 to include videos files
This example shows how to embed audio files, video files and YouTube videos in LaTeX documents. (The videos and audios won't play in the Overleaf preview! Download the PDF and open in a suitable viewer, e.g. Adobe Reader, to playback.)
LianTze Lim (Overleaf)
Track Changes in LaTeX with trackchanges
Note: TrackChanges is not part of TeX Live, and hasn't been updated in a while. Instead, changes.sty, a package for the same purpose, is available in TeX Live and more recent. You can find the example template here.
TrackChanges is a package for collaboratively editing LaTeX documents which allows multiple editors to make changes & add annotations to a document.
Here we present a short example of it's use, which you can use as a template to get started.
Dodecahedron desk calendar
Fancy a cool dodecahedron calendar for your desk? Create one with LaTeX in seconds!
This example of the folding library was originally published in the TeXample gallery at http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/foldable-dodecahedron-with-calendar/.
Example of rotated text in LaTeX
A minimal example of rotated text in LaTeX. All you need is
in the preamble, and
around the text you wish to rotate (in this case, by an angle of 45 degrees).
This example was originally posted at: http://texblog.org/2013/10/01/rotate-an-image-table-or-paragraph-in-latex/
Tom at TeXblog