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  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX AND BEAMER FOR BEGINNERS Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) Department of Electronics and Communication M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology February 5, 2014 Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 1
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX INTRODUCTION What is LATEX? Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 2
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX INTRODUCTION What is LATEX? ® Document Preparation System ® Document Markup Language Further information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 2
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX INTRODUCTION What is LATEX? ® Document Preparation System ® Document Markup Language Further information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX Why should I use LATEX? Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 2
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX INTRODUCTION What is LATEX? ® Document Preparation System ® Document Markup Language Further information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX Why should I use LATEX? ® Quality and Customizing ® Math Mode ® Compatibility and Stability ® Open Source and Virus-free ® Document Size Further information : http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1756/why-should-i-use-latex Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 2
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX INTRODUCTION What is LATEX? ® Document Preparation System ® Document Markup Language Further information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX Why should I use LATEX? ® Quality and Customizing ® Math Mode ® Compatibility and Stability ® Open Source and Virus-free ® Document Size Further information : http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1756/why-should-i-use-latex TEX Editors and their Download Links: Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 2
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX INTRODUCTION What is LATEX? ® Document Preparation System ® Document Markup Language Further information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX Why should I use LATEX? ® Quality and Customizing ® Math Mode ® Compatibility and Stability ® Open Source and Virus-free ® Document Size Further information : http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1756/why-should-i-use-latex TEX Editors and their Download Links: There are a variety of editors designed to work with TEX. Some are : TexLive, TexStudio, Winedt, TexMaker, etc.. ® TexLive (Freeware): http://www.tug.org/texlive/acquire-iso.html ® Winedt (Freeware/Paid): http://www.winedt.com/download.html ® TexStudio (Freeware): http://texstudio.sourceforge.net/ ® TexMaker (Freeware): http://www.xm1math.net/texmaker/download.html Installation Guide or to Download other Editors: google.com Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 2
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX working and its Syntax How does LATEX work? Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 3
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX working and its Syntax How does LATEX work? Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 3
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX working and its Syntax How does LATEX work? ® Reads in text ® Creates a DVI file Function of DVI file. ® Encodes information on the fonts ® Positioning of the characters ® Translate the DVI file into page description languages ® Document Preview Further info on Compilation Process refer: http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3274/latex-architecture-how-does-it-all-work Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 3
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX working and its Syntax How does LATEX work? ® Reads in text ® Creates a DVI file Function of DVI file. ® Encodes information on the fonts ® Positioning of the characters ® Translate the DVI file into page description languages ® Document Preview Further info on Compilation Process refer: http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3274/latex-architecture-how-does-it-all-work Syntax ® Document Class ® Packages ® Themes in case of BEAMER ® Defines and New commands ® Begin Document ® Input Text with suitable commands ® End Document Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 3
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX Document class Syntax of Document class documentclass[options]{class} Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 4
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX Document class Syntax of Document class documentclass[options]{class} Contents ® class–Article, Beamer, Book, Slides...etc ® options Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 4
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX Document class Syntax of Document class documentclass[options]{class} Contents ® class–Article, Beamer, Book, Slides...etc ® options options in Article class ® Font size (10pt, 11pt, 12pt) ® Paper size and format (a4paper, letterpaper, etc.) ® Draft mode (draft) ® Multiple columns (onecolumn, twocolumn) ® Landscape print mode (landscape) ® Single- and double-sided documents (onepage, twopage).....etc. options in Beamer class Similar to Article class there are lot of options in Beamer. 8pt, 9pt, 10pt, 11pt, 12pt, 14pt, 17pt, 20pt,draft,handout,xcolor=x11names....etc Further info: http://texblog.org/2013/02/13/latex-documentclass-options-illustrated/ http://texblog.org/2008/01/21/create-your-slides-presentations-with-latex/ Similarly we can choose other options for other classes....... Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 4
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX Commands Two types of Commands: 1)Inbuilt 2)Custom Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 5
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX Commands Two types of Commands: 1)Inbuilt 2)Custom Inbuilt Commands There are many inbuilt Commands, some of them are: ® author–declares the author(s) ® caption–generate caption for figures and tables ® color–Specifies color of the text ® footnote–Creates a footnote ® include–This command is different from input in that it’s the output that is added instead of the commands from the other files. Similarly there are n number of inbuilt commands..... Further information on inbuilt Commands follow the below url’s http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Command_Glossary http://www.stat.pitt.edu/stoffer/freetex/latex%20commands.pdf Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 5
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools LATEX Commands Two types of Commands: 1)Inbuilt 2)Custom Inbuilt Commands There are many inbuilt Commands, some of them are: ® author–declares the author(s) ® caption–generate caption for figures and tables ® color–Specifies color of the text ® footnote–Creates a footnote ® include–This command is different from input in that it’s the output that is added instead of the commands from the other files. Similarly there are n number of inbuilt commands..... Further information on inbuilt Commands follow the below url’s http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Command_Glossary http://www.stat.pitt.edu/stoffer/freetex/latex%20commands.pdf Custom Command newcommand{command name}[narg][opt]{def } ® narg–Number of arguments to the command (optional) ® opt–Specify optional arguments (optional) ® def–The denition of the new command. Examples:newcommand{bsl}{$backslash$}—Now we can typeset a backslash using just bsl. Similarly there are n number of custom commands..... Further information on custom Commands follow the below url’s http://www.cs.usask.ca/documents/LaTeX/macros.pdf Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 5
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools PACKAGES Packages and their need: ® Many people have built their own commands and made them available to LATEXusers in packages. ® Packages allow us to use extra commands without having to include tons and tons of code in the preamble of a document. Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 6
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools PACKAGES Packages and their need: ® Many people have built their own commands and made them available to LATEXusers in packages. ® Packages allow us to use extra commands without having to include tons and tons of code in the preamble of a document. Syntax for including Package usepackage[option]{package name} Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 6
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools PACKAGES Packages and their need: ® Many people have built their own commands and made them available to LATEXusers in packages. ® Packages allow us to use extra commands without having to include tons and tons of code in the preamble of a document. Syntax for including Package usepackage[option]{package name} Commonly used Packages ® amsmath – It has a set of tailored matrix environments ® geometry – It controls the overall margins, and text area ® graphicx – It introduces theincludegraphics command, which is needed for inserting figures. ® beamerposter – It introduces nice color box handling and alignment in the beamer class. ® xcolor – Driver-independent color and access to different kinds of color specifications. ® siunitx – Comes in handy when units and numbers are a big part of the writing. ® hyperref – Can add hyperlinks to your pdf output. ® booktabs – Tabulation Similarly there are n number of packages that can simplify the job..... Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 6
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools PACKAGES Packages and their need: ® Many people have built their own commands and made them available to LATEXusers in packages. ® Packages allow us to use extra commands without having to include tons and tons of code in the preamble of a document. Syntax for including Package usepackage[option]{package name} Commonly used Packages ® amsmath – It has a set of tailored matrix environments ® geometry – It controls the overall margins, and text area ® graphicx – It introduces theincludegraphics command, which is needed for inserting figures. ® beamerposter – It introduces nice color box handling and alignment in the beamer class. ® xcolor – Driver-independent color and access to different kinds of color specifications. ® siunitx – Comes in handy when units and numbers are a big part of the writing. ® hyperref – Can add hyperlinks to your pdf output. ® booktabs – Tabulation Similarly there are n number of packages that can simplify the job..... Creating Packages If you define a lot of new environments and commands, the preamble of your document will get quite long. In this situation, it is a good idea to create a LaTeX package or class containing all your command and environment definitions. It can be made dynamic enough to fit to all your future documents. For creating your custom package refer:http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Creating_Packages Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 6
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Beamer and its Themes Beamer ® LATEX document class ® Creating slides ® Presentations ® Header:documentclass[options]{beamer} ® Advantages: ¢ Overlays and dynamic effects ¢ Appearance of your presentation ¢ Presentation is in PDF format ® User Guide: http://www.tex.ac.uk/ctan/macros/latex/contrib/beamer/doc/beameruserguide.pdf Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 7
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Beamer and its Themes Beamer ® LATEX document class ® Creating slides ® Presentations ® Header:documentclass[options]{beamer} ® Advantages: ¢ Overlays and dynamic effects ¢ Appearance of your presentation ¢ Presentation is in PDF format ® User Guide: http://www.tex.ac.uk/ctan/macros/latex/contrib/beamer/doc/beameruserguide.pdf Themes usetheme{theme name} There are lot of themes and colors, some of the commonly used are:Antibes, Bergen, Berkeley, Frankfurt, Hannover, Madrid, Warsaw.....etc Further info: For customizing the presentation content : http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Presentations For customizing the presentation aesthtics: http://www.math.umbc.edu/~rouben/beamer/ For Themes :http://deic.uab.es/~iblanes/beamer_gallery/ Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 7
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Elements in Document Block Syntax begin{document} Customize the document here..... end{document} Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 8
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Elements in Document Block Syntax begin{document} Customize the document here..... end{document} Elements Customizing the document can be done effectively using the below listed elements: ® Blocks,Frames, Itemize, Enumerate, Verbatim ® Allignment and Text Formating ® Tabular Columns ® Columns and Rows ® Images ® Videos ® Math ® Symbols ® Sections, Subsections, Subsubsections... ® Animations ® And many others.... Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 8
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Structures Blocks begin{block}{Output} Put your data here end{block} Output Put your data here Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 9
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Structures Blocks begin{block}{Output} Put your data here end{block} Output Put your data here Itemize begin{itemize} barrow Data1 barrow Data2 end{itemize} Output ® Data1 ® Data2 Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 9
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Structures Blocks begin{block}{Output} Put your data here end{block} Output Put your data here Itemize begin{itemize} barrow Data1 barrow Data2 end{itemize} Output ® Data1 ® Data2 Enumerate begin{enumerate} item Data1 item Data2 end{enumerate} Output 1. Data1 2. Data2 Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 9
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Structures Blocks begin{block}{Output} Put your data here end{block} Output Put your data here Itemize begin{itemize} barrow Data1 barrow Data2 end{itemize} Output ® Data1 ® Data2 Enumerate begin{enumerate} item Data1 item Data2 end{enumerate} Output 1. Data1 2. Data2 Verbatim begin{verbatim} Type your program here end{verbatim} Output Type your program here NOTE: One structure can be included inside another. Further Info:http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/List_Structures Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 9
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Alignment and Text Formatting Alignment ® Alignment is the most important thing in Documenting, ® Aligning can be done for tabular columnsa,videos,images,text....etc ® Different alignments and info refer: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Paragraph_Formatting . Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 10
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Alignment and Text Formatting Alignment ® Alignment is the most important thing in Documenting, ® Aligning can be done for tabular columnsa,videos,images,text....etc ® Different alignments and info refer: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Paragraph_Formatting . Text Formatting ® Formatting refer to most things to do with appearance, so it makes the list of possible topics quite eclectic: text style, spacing, etc. ® LATEXis so flexible that we will actually only skim the surface, as you can have much more control over the presentation of your document if you wish. ® Line Spacing,Non-breaking spaces,Space between words and sentences,Stretched spaces,Manual spacing,Hyphenation,Quote-marks,Diacritics and accents,Margin misalignment and interword spacing, Fonts....etc can be customized.. ® Further info refer: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Text_Formatting http://www.unc.edu/depts/econ/egsa/LaTeX.pdf Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 10
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Tabular Columns ® Tables are a common feature in academic writing, ® Summarise research results ® Necessary to produce quality papers Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 11
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Tabular Columns ® Tables are a common feature in academic writing, ® Summarise research results ® Necessary to produce quality papers Syntax for including Tabular column begin{tabular}[pos]{tablespec} Data end{tabular} ® table spec ¢ l – left-justified column ¢ c – centered column ¢ r – right-justified column ¢ p’width’ – paragraph column with text vertically aligned at the top ¢ m’width’ – paragraph column with text vertically aligned in the middle (requires array package) ¢ b’width’ – paragraph column with text vertically aligned at the bottom (requires array package) ¢ — – vertical line ¢ —— – double vertical line ® pos ¢ b – bottom ¢ c – center (default) ¢ t – top Other than the above Commands, we also have: & as column separator, for starting a new row, hline for horizontal line and newline for a new line. Further info:http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Tables Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 11
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Columns Syntax for puting a Column begin{columns} begin{column}[pos]{size} Column 1 end{column} begin{column}[pos]{size} Column 2 end{column} end{columns} pos refers to center left or right align and size is the width of the particular column. Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 12
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Columns Syntax for puting a Column begin{columns} begin{column}[pos]{size} Column 1 end{column} begin{column}[pos]{size} Column 2 end{column} end{columns} pos refers to center left or right align and size is the width of the particular column. Example begin{columns} begin{column}[c]{0.5textwidth} Column 1 end{column} begin{column}[c]{0.5textwidth} Column 2 end{column} end{columns} output Column 1 Column 2 For going to the next row with the same 2 columns repeat the code starting from begin{columns} to end{columns}. Further Info: http: //tex.stackexchange.com/questions/46115/using-columns-environment-in-normal-document Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 12
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Images Syntax for including images ® For including images in the documents, use the below package (no need to include it in case of beamer) usepackage{graphix} ® Call the below instruction wherever necessary. includegraphics[options]{image name with format} ® options can be size given in mm, cm, m,textwidth and or angle in degrees Example: In place of size: width = 20mm or width = 2cm or width = 0.5textwidth...etc ® image name with format can be given with formats such as .jpg, .pdf, .eps, ....etc Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 13
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Images Syntax for including images ® For including images in the documents, use the below package (no need to include it in case of beamer) usepackage{graphix} ® Call the below instruction wherever necessary. includegraphics[options]{image name with format} ® options can be size given in mm, cm, m,textwidth and or angle in degrees Example: In place of size: width = 20mm or width = 2cm or width = 0.5textwidth...etc ® image name with format can be given with formats such as .jpg, .pdf, .eps, ....etc Example includegraphics[width = 110mm]{Compilation process.png} Output Further Info: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Importing_Graphics Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 13
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Video Syntax for including Video ® For including video in the documents, use the below package usepackage{multimedia} ® Many other packages can be used to get the video for ecample movie9, movie15...etc. ® Call the below instruction wherever necessary. movie[options]{postertext}{video name with format} ® Many other instructions can be used to get the video depending on the need. ® options can be externalviewer,autostart,borderwidth,depth,duration,label,loop,...etc ® The movie will use a rectangular area whose size is determined either by the width= and height= options or by the size of the poster text. Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 14
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Video Syntax for including Video ® For including video in the documents, use the below package usepackage{multimedia} ® Many other packages can be used to get the video for ecample movie9, movie15...etc. ® Call the below instruction wherever necessary. movie[options]{postertext}{video name with format} ® Many other instructions can be used to get the video depending on the need. ® options can be externalviewer,autostart,borderwidth,depth,duration,label,loop,...etc ® The movie will use a rectangular area whose size is determined either by the width= and height= options or by the size of the poster text. Example movie[externalviewer, autostart]{CLICK HERE TO PLAY VIDEO}{video.flv} Output CLICK HERE TO PLAY VIDEO Further Info: You can refer Section 14.1 of the Beamer User Guide http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1574/embedding-videos-and-animations Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 14
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Math and Symbols Math ® Typesetting mathematics is one of LATEX’s greatest strengths ® It is also a large topic due to the existence of so much mathematical notation ® For including math package in the documents, use the below instruction usepackage{amsmath} or usepackage{mathtools} ® For those who are not familiar with the syntax use MATHTYPE software to get the mathematic datas Further Info:http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Mathematics . Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 15
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Math and Symbols Math ® Typesetting mathematics is one of LATEX’s greatest strengths ® It is also a large topic due to the existence of so much mathematical notation ® For including math package in the documents, use the below instruction usepackage{amsmath} or usepackage{mathtools} ® For those who are not familiar with the syntax use MATHTYPE software to get the mathematic datas Further Info:http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Mathematics . Symbols Latex offers n number of symbols... The below link gives a list of all symbols http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki/index.php/LaTeX:Symbols Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 15
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Animations and Overlays ® Item-by-item list view: the pause command ® Item-by-item list view: the item < n− > command ® Item-by-item long list view: the [¡+-¿] command ® Displaying and hiding text in slides: the uncover < n− >, uncover < n − m > and uncover < p > commands ® Displaying and hiding text in slides: the only < n− >, only < n − m > and only < p > commands ® Hide text in slides: the invisible < n > commands ® And many more.... For codes and further info:http://www.math-linux.com/latex-26/How-to-make-a-presentation-with Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 16
  • INTRO WORKING AND SYNTAX CLASSES COMMANDS PACKAGES BEAMER ELEMENTS Interface with Other tools Interface with Other tools Thus the latex with its own advantages can also be interfaced with other documenting tools like. This interface creates a user friendly and efficient way of documenting. . . . The End Thank You Tilak D (1MS11EC117) Harish A J (1MS11EC048) LATEX AND BEAMER PRESENTATION February 5, 2014 Slide 17