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Example poster demonstrating the fancytikzposter package
Example poster demonstrating the fancytikzposter package
This example was originally published on ShareLaTeX to demonstrate the fancytikzposter package. However, fancytikzposter is no longer maintained and was merged with the TikZposter class.
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Sample flyer created with the leaflet class
Sample flyer created with the leaflet class
Sample flyer created using the leaflet class—which is dedicated to creating small hand-outs and flyers that fit on a single sheet of paper which is then folded twice. This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in October 2019.
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QR codes and barcodes in LaTeX with pst-barcode
QR codes and barcodes in LaTeX with pst-barcode
This example demonstrates generating QR codes and barcodes using the pst-barcode package. This example was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in October 2019.
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LTP in Synapse
LTP in Synapse
Long Term Potentiation (LTP) in synapse.
Dilawar Singh
LaTeX Assignment
LaTeX Assignment
LaTeX Assignment #1 Guide to Writing Mathematics Reflection
Katie Fischer
Table markers with tikz in Beamer presentation
Table markers with tikz in Beamer presentation
This is a basic example of how to use tikz to add markers to a table that vary across the different sliedes of a frame.
IAJ
overpic example
overpic example
A document showing the usage of LaTeX package overpic written by Rolf Niepraschk. Various examples are shown. overpic is available on CTAN.
Joe Del Rocco
Bound States in the Continuum
Bound States in the Continuum
Poster created for presenting it in a student conference. Happy to share.
Daniel Prelipcean
Gráfica de Funciones de Bessel, usando GNUPLOT
Gráfica de Funciones de Bessel, usando GNUPLOT
Este gráfico representa a las funciones de Bessel de primera especie, de las cuales fue publicada una primera versión por Overleaf con la diferencia de que, en lugar de usar el paquete GNUPLOTTEX, se usa el paquete PGFPLOTS con el software GNUPLOT, instalado en Overleaf.com, para calcular el trazado de ésta (y muchas otras curvas). Aunque PGFPLOTS es un paquete que produce gráficos de alta calidad, carece de rutinas breves y poderosas para el cálculo y graficación de funciones a partir de sumatorias, como sí tienen otros paquetes (como PSTRICK y GNUPLOT) , por lo que se usa la orden \addplot+[opciones_adicionales] gnuplot [raw gnuplot]{<órdenes de gnuplot>}, para indicar el dominio en el eje horizontal, la cantidad de muestras, la definición de la función de Bessel y la graficación (plot) de las 8 funciones en sus 50 primeros términos, variando solo el tamaño de "n" que determina el número de funciones a graficar. El gráfico presenta los valores "x" contra los valores de \(J_n(x)\) que representan a las funciones de Bessel de primera especie, trazado directamente sobre la cuadrícula dibujada mediante las rutinas de PGFPLOTS. En cada orden \addplot se define la n-ésima función de Bessel y se calcula la curva para cada valor particular de "n".
Ramón Jaramillo