Creating your own LaTeX master notebook

Terrence Tao recommends that all students and mathematicians write down everything they’ve done. For professional mathematicians, this presumbly includes insights into problems they are working on, and perhaps references for interesting things found in papers. Students should write down lecture notes and solutions to exercises. This raises the question of where to write it down … Continue reading “Creating your own LaTeX master notebook”

Some LaTeX beginners’ mistakes and tips

I didn’t post last week and can’t really guarantee consistent posts for the rest of the month; it’s exam period now. Normal service will resume in June. For today, I’m just going to go over a few things that can make early attempts at LaTeX typesetting look much more professional. At my university, there’s virtually … Continue reading “Some LaTeX beginners’ mistakes and tips”