I am searching for a method to keep consistency in the text regarding footnotes. Therefore I tested some options:
- tabu, longtabu, and longtable
The first method (tabu, longtabu, and longtable) seems to me the most promising since it can be used for long tables or short tables. But it has the disadvantage of placing only notes in the end of page.
The second method (tablefootnotes) can be used in couple of tabular environments and provides the command
\tablefootnote. It also only places the footnotes in the end of page.
The third method (ctable) is currently the one that I am using. It places fake footnotes right after the table. But they are not hyperlinked and do not maintain consistency with the ones in text.
So my question is if anyone knows a method where I can do the following with footnotes in tables:
- Depending on the necessity, place notes right after the table or in the end of page
- Keep consistency with the regular footnotes in the text (therefore the
\footnotecommand is preferable)
- Hyperlinked footnotes are preferable
I already tried many approaches but with no concrete solution.