LaTeX templates

Some of the most pop­u­lar pages on this site are my LaTeX tem­plates: for a cur­ricu­lum vitae, a beamer poster, a beamer talk, Monash Uni­ver­sity work­ing paper and a Monash Uni­ver­sity the­sis. Almost all new LaTeX users begin with tem­plates, so it is sur­pris­ing that there aren’t more good tem­plates around to get peo­ple started.

Now there is a great new web­site for LaTeX tem­plates: www​.latex​tem​plates​.com. There are some nice tem­plates for let­ters, lab reports, cal­en­dars, the­ses, assign­ments, essays, and CVs.  The tem­plates are well-​​structured with lots of com­ments to make it easy to under­stand how they work, and to make mod­i­fi­ca­tions. Even expe­ri­enced LaTeX­ers will prob­a­bly learn some new tricks and new pack­ages from brows­ing the tem­plates.

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  • Kamak­sha­iah

    Sir, it is very use­ful in deed, but I had tried some time on LATEX. It seems dif­fi­cult rather com­pared to ordi­nary word proces­sors like, Word and OpenOf­fice. But I am inter­ested to learn and do my works with the help of LATEX. Can you please sug­gest me cer­tain docs/​works as how can I grow inter­est on this.…..

    • Rob J Hyndman

      See http://​rob​jhyn​d​man​.com/​r​e​s​e​a​r​c​h​t​i​p​s​/​l​a​t​e​x​-​w​o​r​k​shop/