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Panther Linux User Group (PLUG)

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Panther Linux User Group (PLUG)

  1. 1. Corbin Fletcher, PLUG LATEX & beamer Corbin Fletcher c plug November 1, 2011 Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  2. 2. Corbin Fletcher, PLUG What it is. . . Introduction U LATEX is a typesetting markup language based on Donald E. Knuth’s typesetting language TEX designed and implemented by Leslie Lamport. U Working with a markup language is different than composing a document in a word processing program like Open Office. Using your choice of LATEX editors (Texmaker), you type the source file of your document, all characters appear in the same font. To indicate changes in the typeset text, you must add text markup command to the source file (input file) then compile it which produces the (output file) file. U LATEX is free and open source. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  3. 3. Corbin Fletcher, PLUG Commands & Packages Commands Commands are proceeded with a backward slash then the text markup commands within { }. So, to invoke text color some text your code: textcolor{DarkScarletRed}{textbf{some text}} textbf{some text} is the markup command. Package Adding this code in the preamble provides the functionality of the bbding package - document wide. usepackage{bbding} Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  4. 4. Corbin Fletcher, PLUG My Local Installation I /home/local01/la.tex/let is the directory where all my LATEX files reside. /root home local01 my pics other stuff la.tex let a b c d Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  5. 5. Corbin Fletcher, PLUG Minimal Working Document Example documentclass{article} begin{document} This is a test document end{document} Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  6. 6. Corbin Fletcher, PLUG Act Now! c Join plug today and become and active participating member; c plug meetings are an active learning session covering a large range of topics about Linux and open source software; c Expand your mind and learn to run Linux! Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  7. 7. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Part II A Few Nice Example Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  8. 8. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Example int main (void) { std::vector<bool> isprime(100, true); for (int i = 2; i < 100; i++) return 0; } Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  9. 9. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Example int main (void) { std::vector<bool> isprime(100, true); for (int i = 2; i < 100; i++) if (isprime[i]) { } return 0; } Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  10. 10. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Example int main (void) { std::vector<bool> isprime(100, true); for (int i = 2; i < 100; i++) if (isprime[i]) { std::cout << i << " "; for (int j = i; j < 100; isprime[j] = false, j+ = i); } return 0; } Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  11. 11. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Example int main (void) { std::vector<bool> isprime(100, true); for (int i = 2; i < 100; i++) if (isprime[i]) { std::cout << i << " "; for (int j = i; j < 100; isprime[j] = false, j+ = i); } return 0; } Note the use of std::. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  12. 12. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands I Shown from first slide on. I Shown from first slide on. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
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  17. 17. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands A Theorem on Infinite Sets Theorem There exists an infinite set. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  18. 18. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands A Theorem on Infinite Sets Theorem There exists an infinite set. Example The set of natural numbers is infinite. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  19. 19. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands A Theorem on Infinite Sets Theorem There exists an infinite set. Proof. This follows from the axiom of infinity. Example The set of natural numbers is infinite. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  20. 20. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands I Why join plug Jump to second slide Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  21. 21. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands I Why join plug I plug is great. Jump to second slide Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  22. 22. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands I Why join plug I plug is great. I So, join plug today. Jump to second slide Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  23. 23. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands LATEX & beamer Corbin Fletcher Panther Linux User Group: plug Linux Linux + You = PLUG. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  24. 24. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands Definition A set consists of elements. Wrong Theorem 1 = 2. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  25. 25. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits The Pause Commands Definition A set consists of elements. Wrong Theorem 1 = 2. Example The set {1, 2, 3, 5} has four elements. Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  26. 26. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Questions ^¨ Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer
  27. 27. Example Creating Overlays The End Credits Credits I Brought to you by http://blog.protectedareas.us I Please let me know about improvements! I This presentation was created using LATEX ! I Fetch your packages from ctan http://www.ctan.org Corbin Fletcher LATEX & beamer

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