This is a template for keeping a digital Research Diary in LaTeX, with an example entry and placeholder for your university / institution logo.
Original version by Mikhail Klassen who describes his experiences using LaTeX for research note taking in this blog post.
Hello! Here's how this works:
You edit the source code here on the left, and the preview on the
right shows you the result within a few seconds.
Bookmark this page and share the URL with your co-authors. They
can edit at the same time!
You can upload figures, bibliographies, custom classes and
styles using the files menu.
This presentation is made with the Beamer package. For tutorials
and more info, see:
We're still in beta. Please leave some feedback using the link at
the top left of this page.
A demonstration of the qtree package, by way of its documentation.
Source and further information is available on CTAN.
This example was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in November 2019.
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.