{input} is about the \input command which makes LaTeX process the content of a given file basically the same way as if it would be written instead of \input.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
1answer
66 views

Combining LaTeX files with different formatting

I am trying to compile a teaching portfolio of various LaTeX files. I have a main file and want to call the other files while keeping the formatting of the other files. I do want to put my name in the ...
2
votes
1answer
214 views

Latex, Tikz, PDF's and Multiple .tex files

To give a brief background of my situation, I am currently writing a group report in LaTeX for my honours project and I'm attempting to use LaTeX for this. There are several sections in this report, ...
5
votes
0answers
41 views

distribute contents of two input-files to left and right pages

Is it possible to import two tex files with \input and to have the content of the one file be always on the left page facing the content of the other file being always on the right? The page numbers ...
4
votes
0answers
39 views

Select specific items located outside a main file

I have a data base of questions (simply individual .tex-files) and include some of them in a main file with the help of simple \input commands, in order to create an exercise. Some of those question ...
3
votes
0answers
104 views

One tabular with column input from multiple data files with pgfplotstable

I have a question which sort of extends the page Multiple Files input to one pgfplotstable. In the answer to this question, data is read from dataB.dat and subsequently appended to the data as ...
3
votes
0answers
83 views

Using catcode in conjunction with lstnewenvironment and lstinputlisting

(This is related to Injecting text contained in file into custom environment, but I was asked to put this in a separate post) From regular expression in listings the following code works fine : ...
2
votes
0answers
39 views

Newgeometry changes all document

I am trying to set different margins for some pages of my Thesis. Essentially, I want some pages to have larger margins, since they contain big tables. I use the \input command to include big Tables ...
2
votes
0answers
33 views

Using titlepage.tex in the beamer

test_title.tex {\begin{titlepage} \begin{center} % Upper part of the page. The '~' is needed because \\ % only works if a paragraph has started. ...
2
votes
0answers
80 views

Insert pgf with referenced png file from a different folder

I'm trying to insert a pgf file that I made with matplotlib. This file references to a png file (since I inserted a png figure in the plot). When I put the png in the same folder than my tex file, ...
2
votes
0answers
40 views

Include .Rtex as a chapter in latex

I have an Rtex that contains: \documentclass[openany]{book} \chapter{Introduction} \input{./Introduction/Introduction} \chapter{Thesis Outline} \input{./Outline/Outline_Chapter} ...
2
votes
0answers
197 views

load tikz library from relative path

I recently externalized some of my often used TikZ commands into a library. This is as simple as writing the commands to a dedicated file and naming it tikzlibraryname.code.tex. Then it can be ...
1
vote
0answers
80 views

Texmaker bibtex works with \input not with \include

I use bibtex 0.99d with Texmaker 4.3. I have a multi .tex file document with the main document using \include{} for chapters. The bibtex configured as bibtex build/%.aux doesn't work. However when ...
1
vote
0answers
117 views

How can I make a beautiful form to input in latex?

I want to make a form, with multiple choice, or buttons or whatever... And I want that this form will give me an output that I can use in LaTex, but I don't know how make this. an output like: ...
1
vote
0answers
70 views

Insert bibtex file B in bibtex file A

Scenario: I manage citations with JabRef (inside Docear which sadly currently does not support the import of .bib files) and want to easily import citations from Zotero into the Jabref library. I'm ...
1
vote
0answers
60 views

copy figures and “input”ed LaTeX source files from absulute directories to a local one

For example, In my main.tex I use \input{/home/certain-directory/chapter-1.tex} and \input{/home/another-directory/chapter-2.tex} I also have some figures included by their absolute paths in my ...
0
votes
0answers
25 views

Character escaping in \input{|“command”}

This includes two main questions: A)Which characters are forbidden in between the quotes (" ") of an \input{|"command"}? B)How can those forbidden characters be escaped so that they, infact, can be ...
0
votes
0answers
28 views

How to load input file with given starting string but unknown end?

In the directory of my latex source there are input files: input_01.tex, input_02.tex, etc. It is very easy to load them with a for cycle. But how to load them if their names are: ...
0
votes
0answers
24 views

Eliminating white space after input generated in Stata

I have a question about an extra white space that is appearing after I use \input to call a file. I'm not sure if this is relevant, but the file I'm inputting is a table generated by the esttab ...
0
votes
0answers
48 views

Including Mathematica Code, in book type document

I want to include some Mathematica code in my tex file. For that I'm using this solution. As an example: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{book} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{bm} ...
0
votes
0answers
25 views

pgfgantt: how to trim the bars to canvas start and end date

Work can sometimes become pretty complex and involving. When having different sub-Projects going with different start and end date, i found it a good idea to modularize my ganttcharts and use ...
0
votes
0answers
26 views

Integration of tex-file into another tex-file but with separate titlepage and bibliography

I am writing my cumulative PhD thesis and need to integrate the already written papers into my PhD main file. I need the following things: the page numbering to continue throughout the whole PhD ...
0
votes
0answers
50 views

Generate only aux file for external files

I use an external document by both \input-ting it and cross-referecing labels. It looks a bit like this: \zexternaldocument*{external} In picture \ref{external-link}, you see ... \input{external} ...
0
votes
0answers
50 views

Grandchild files?

I am using \input to include the various parts of a paper (literature review, research design, analysis, conclusion), each of which are a separate file. I also have subsections within some parts, ...
0
votes
0answers
44 views

paths when using \input

I tried the following: \chapter{Chapter One} \input{C:/Users/ocuk/MyDocuments/Introduction/Introduction.tex} I have already renamed "My Documents" to "MyDocuments" but is still doesn't seem to ...
0
votes
0answers
30 views

pstool not working with grffile

An error report regarding my template and pstool not working made me look at the problem which seems to be a principle problem of pstool together with grffile I created a matlabfraq file using ...
0
votes
0answers
85 views

Import and scale LaTeX table data from file (only ampersand stuff)

Is it possible to create a table and include only the pure data from an external file (only ampersand delimited stuff). Is it also possible to scale a table because data is vast and I don't want to ...
0
votes
0answers
54 views

Removing headers on pages between chapters while using \include to input chapters

I am writing a document using the report class with the options twoside and openright. I want to remove headers and footers from blank pages between chapters. I tried the emptypage package as well ...
0
votes
0answers
50 views

Saving Chemfig submolecules in a separate file, to be recovered into beamer

Please consider the following code \documentclass[t]{beamer} \usepackage{chemfig} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \frametitle{1st frame} \definesubmol{x}{-[:+30,.6]-[:-30,.6]} ...
0
votes
0answers
75 views

How to use shell environment variable with import/include/input?

I would like to create a folder in my home directory to store a few files in it that should serve as templates e.g. handout.tex. I begin to write my specific file somewhere in my filesystem. Now I ...