"LaTeX is a document preparation system. When writing, the writer uses plain text
as opposed to the formatted text found in WYSIWYG ("what you see is what you get")
word processors. The writer uses markup tagging conventions to define the general
structure of a document (such as article, book, letter, or thesis), to stylise text
throughout a document (such as bold and italics), and to add citations and cross-references.
A TeX distribution such as TeX Live or MikTeX is used to produce an output file (such
as PDF or DVI) suitable for printing or digital distribution. Within the typesetting
system, its name is stylised as LaTeX."
— Adopted from Wikipedia. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX)
- Linux/Unix — sdsu-thesis-latex.tar.gz
- Windows — sdsu-thesis-latex.zip
- PDF — sdsu-thesis-latex.pdf
- Note: The generated sample pdf is available because many people asked for it, not because it is a good idea to use it as a reference. The style file and sample LaTeX document contain instructions and comments on why/how certain things were done in a certain way...
- PDF — LaTeX_Thesis_Format_Details_[UNOFFICIAL].pdf
- Note: Official Unofficial Guide for Thesis Chairs
- DOCX — LaTeX_Thesis_Format_Approval_[OFFICIAL].docx
- Note: Official LaTeX format approval form; this is an official SDSU form — Do Not Edit.
- Peter Blomgren ([email protected], webpage) reviews LaTeX theses for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and the Computational Sciences program; thus bypassing the review by Montezuma Publishing
Fedora>> sudo yum install texlive* texmaker
- Ubuntu — help/community/LaTeX
- Manage Your LaTeX Project Online – "In the Cloud"
- Overleaf (Tested)
- Typeset.io (Untested, Looks Promising)
- LaTeX Graphics Blog
- Wikibooks: LaTeX/Introduction
- TeX Resources: LaTeX Matters
- LaTeX Templates for FUTURE reference; DO NOT use for your thesis.
- LaTeX Tables Generator
- LMGTFY: More LaTeX Resources