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You have not cited any document, that's the reason for message "bibliography empty". I added one \cite command. See the commented \nocite{*} in the mwe. You can use it to test the bib file (it shows all bib entries in the bibliography). To get rid of the other errors/warnings you mentioned I changed your code a little bit (see the markings ...

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Follow these steps: Download the Springer class; Follow the instructions listed in Where do I place my own .sty or .cls files, to make them available to all my .tex files? If you want to avoid hassles, you can just place svjour3.cls in your working folder.

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You should write $\leq$, instead of just \leq.

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One reason why this error message occurs might be the wrong encoding. Make sure that your files are encoded as UTF-8. If you're using a Linux system, you can execute file whatever.tex to get something like whatever.tex: LaTeX document, UTF-8 Unicode text Then make sure you use \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} and not \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} or similar. ...

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I found that, for any "Windows API error 87" in MikTeX, deleting all the files in the following folder works. C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Local\MiKTeX\2.9\miktex\data\le C:\ProgramData\MiKTeX\2.9\miktex\data\le

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Just looking at the small part you provided the first part just misses an \item i.e. I added that at the beginnin of the first outer enumerate. I also changed your description to enumerate; note that the outer ones are numbered in arabic, the inner ones in alphabetical symbols. If you would like to change that have a look at the enumitem documentation ...

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You should upgrade your latex system then the problem would go, I don't recall that error but the only way that I can see it could occur is if \e@alloc@ccodetable@count has the incorrect definition (\relax most likely) It should go if you add this \newcount line at line 140 of ltluatex.tex immediately before the existing line \e@alloc@ccodetable@count=\z@ ...

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The currfile package provides several methods to get the name and the path of the current file. For instance, you can use the \currfilename macro: \ClassError{myclass}{Entry requires version selection using \protect\selectversion \on@line (\currfilename)}{} Note that it might not work in some cases. For instance, if you load the currfile package in a ...

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This seems to be a bad interaction between luatex's file logging and LaTeX's definition of input. It isn't related to the error callback, status.filename gives the wrong file even if called directly. Trying with the latest test release of luatex 0.85 (and a test release of latex 2016/01/01) I get result that matches the result you show with latex, but not ...

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I can reproduce the problem only if the bib entry has author = "{{O}il & {G}as {UK}}", which should be Oil \& Gas UK, if you want the ampersand to be printed. Look for other unescaped & in your bib file. By the way, the problem of lowercasing material with BibTeX only affects titles, so the entry should be typed in as @techreport{OilGas, ...

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Normally in old (pre-2015) with etex package, not post 2015 latex releases 9when etex package should not normally be used) you will not get this error unless you use over 30 thousand counts, which is unlikely. However you also get it in old latex releases if you use too many inserts (you can only have 250 of them) floatrow mistakenly uses \newinsert rather ...

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Most likely this is caused by a package (babel language shorthand?) defining - to be active and then trying it to act "as normal" by defining it to be \leavevmode\char\- I get almost the same error (slightly different context, but the same time\unhbox \voidb@x \char \discretionary {-}{}{}step from the following: \documentclass{article} ...

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Basically what I want to achieve is to load hyperref at the end of the preamble if and only if it wasn't previously loaded. This is far more easily achieved by just putting \usepackage{hyperref} at the end of the preamble. LaTeX does not load packages twice, so this will load hyperref if not already loaded, and do nothing otherwise.

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The reason for the above mentioned error is due to the white space before \end{comment}. Please ensure \end{comment} always start on a new line.

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I had the same exact problem and fought it for a while. Just got it working! I believe it behaves the same way as Arduino does with special characters in user name. For me it tries to use AppData under two separate directories. C:\Users\Filip GranÃ¶\AppData and C:\Users\Filip Granö\AppData When initexmf.exe --quiet --update-fndb tries to update font ...

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The problem is with your installation, not updating packages. I had the same errors installing MiKTeX 2.9.5721 on windows 10 today. 2015-09-12 20:08:00,190-0400 INFO miktex-pdftex - running 'initexmf --quiet --update-fndb' to refresh the file name database 2015-09-12 20:08:00,412-0400 FATAL miktex-pdftex - The operation failed for some reason. ...

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The code compiles fine with 3 warnings concerning overfull and underfull boxes. This provides line numbers in the output which identifies the following lines as the problem: Los cálculos de la experiencia fueron realizados de manera tal que pudieran ser confeccionados sobre una tabla por lo que diferenciaremos los cálculos a realizar por cada columna de la ...

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Just to give you a starting point: You have a lot of errors or unlucky coding in your given MWE. I corrected them (parts) to show you where you could do it better with a better layout ;-) I killed your \\ \hfill \\ lines. Please never do that. LaTeX is very good to use proper spacing between paragraphy for you, so just use an empty line (see the commented ...

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You have figure labels before captions, consequently they actually refer to previous section number. Put labels after captions: \begin{figure}[h] \centering \begin{minipage}[b]{0.47\textwidth} \includegraphics[width=\hsize]{example-image} \caption{Para uma seleção justa, todos devem prestar o mesmo exame: por favor, escalem aquela árvore.''} ...

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Thanks to Jérôme's comment, I was able to find a solution: use \newcolumntype instead of \newcommand: \documentclass[letterpaper,20pt]{extarticle} \usepackage[table,xcdraw]{xcolor} \newcolumntype{R}{>{\columncolor{red}}l} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{l >{\columncolor{red}}l} A & B \\ \end{tabular} \begin{tabular}{l R} A & B \\ ...

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Here's a possibility for a Unix systems, with error redirection: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{gnuplottex} \usepackage{etoolbox,catchfile} \patchcmd{\gnuplotgraphicsprocess} {\gnuplotexe\space \subfolder\figname.gnuplot} {\gnuplotexe\space \subfolder\figname.gnuplot\space 2>>\jobname.gnuploterrors} {}{} \AtBeginDocument{\immediate\write18{rm ...

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You may avoid \right and \left: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $f ( O ) \rightarrow f ( I )$ \end{document} output: If you use \left( and \right) you should be in math-mode but not recommended: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $f \left( O \right.) \rightarrow f \left( I \right.)$ \end{document} output:

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Very Simple Solution All you need is just define \email in your preamble as follows \documentclass{report} \usepackage[hidelinks]{hyperref} \newcommand*{\email}[1]{\href{mailto:#1}{\nolinkurl{#1}} } which defines your desired email format: monofont space, hyperlink to mail directly. you can then use the command \email, for example: ...

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I got the same error during MiKTeX's installation. To solve this, I right clicked on the downloaded MiKTeX installation file, "Run as administrator", and marked the "Install for all users" box. Everything worked after that.

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I had this same problem after (re-) installing MacTeX-2015. While MacTeX-2015 automatically puts Library/TeX/texbin into TeXShop>Preferences>Engine, and this thereby solves the "error" message one gets without this fix, there's then the blank-console problem, which you (and I) and others experience. There's a simple fix. SOLUTION: add a forward slash at ...

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no placement works as advertised provided you do not omit the space between the words. no placement is intended for cases where you will specify the location of the nodes by hand, which does not seem to be the case for the first graph. There is a key grid placement. However, if you are not using a subgraph, you must specify wrap after explicitly as it ...

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In LaTeX, text and math are treated differently, so you need to indicate that you're using math. Specifically, surround your math by $signs. If you want display math, meaning that the formula should be on its own line, then you should indicate it like this: $(math goes here)$. This adds the new line automatically, so you don't need to break it with \\. ... 0 I have the same problem: Package pgfkeys Error: Choice '1.12' unknown in key '/pgfplots/compat/labels'. I am going to ignore this key. My system is Windows 7 enterprise 64bit + MikTeX 2.9 (64bit also) I tried the following steps - Delete and reinstall pgfplots package with the newest version - Uninstall and reinstall MikTeX with no avail, the ... 1 The document should start (like all latex documents) \documentclass{sig-alternate-05-2015} \usepackage{graphics} \begin{document} You will get a warning You have requested document class sig-alternate-05-2015', but the document class provides sig-alternate'. which you can ignore, or to stop it, edit the \ProvidesClass line in the file to say ... 0 Sorry for the confusion everyone. I should have read the posting rules more thoroughly so I could have provided some actual useful information instead of a wall of nonsense code! The issue was a missing brace in chapter 3. I didn't realize that the error messages thrown by TeXstudio wouldn't give the exact line of the error, so I was assuming something ... 1 I uninstalled TeXShop by deleting it from the Applications/TeX folder, and then I downloaded and reinstalled it. The paths were fixed and I was able to recompile without any issues. This process kept many of my settings, including my Recent Files list. Nice. This approach is probably a bit drastic (and likely has unintended consequences) but it worked ... 4 You cannot use a command such as \'e in the argument of a \label{}. Not, at least, without doing some kind of special TeX acrobatics. For example, something like \label{tab:a\'ea} will produce an error roughly of the kind you are reporting. You could use something like \label{tab:aéa}. But although this would not produce the same error, it is likely to ... 5 In Question 4 you started a matrix but ended is as bmatrix. You have to write \end{document} instead of your \end[document]. To make your code compilable I had to add a title, author and the package amsmath for bmatrix. I changed your \newpage to \clearpage. At last I changed in question 1 your code to show you how to use better code to typeset ... 2 The issue is with$\phi_S^'$. LaTeX interprets an apostrophe in math mode as a superscript prime, so there is no difference between \phi_S' and \phi_S^\prime. Thus, if you write \phi_S^', it will be interpreted as \phi_S^^\prime, which is a double superscript and causes the error you got. The correct way to write it is$\phi_S'\$. See also this TeX.SX post. ...

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The file is probably open in another program. Close the file and try it again.

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You probably want to replace \name{Shawn Zhang, Wang Ye, and John} with \author{Shawn Zhang}\author{Wang Ye}\author{John} (does John have a family name?), and \address with \affil. (I forget if you also need \usepackage{authblk} for that configuration.)

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