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Alternatively, I'd put this in a cases environment (additionally, BEL should be treated like an operator or function instead of the product of three variables B, E, and L; and also using \ldots): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \DeclareMathOperator{\bel}{BEL} \begin{document} \begin{equation} x = \begin{cases} R_{e_1,\ldots,e_k} & \text{...


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All mathematical expressions, as R_{e_1,...,e_k} shoud be in dollars: $R_{e_1,...,e_k}$ , or better $R_{e_1,\ldots,e_k}$. But much easier and more natural is to change your tabular into array (using amsmath is assumed to have \text macro): \begin{equation} \left \{ \begin{array}{ccc} R_{e_1,\ldots,e_k} & \text{when }T_{e_1,\ldots,e_k} > 0 & \...


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While arara comes with MiKTeX, the default rules do not. When I was calling arara.exe to the .tex file, I was then instructing arara to call pdflatex which corresponds to the default rule pdflatex.yaml. Of course, since the default rules are not included in MiKTeX, this yielded an error. The simplest solution is to get the standalone version of arara from ...


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Try with a right click on the menu (not on the icons), preferably where the cursor become a cross of arrows, and uncheck all the checkmarks near the voices you don't want to use anymore.


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TexStudio provides a better method to covert your text into LaTeX directly by going to Idefix->Paste as Latex / Covert to Latex or if your are writing in the TexStudio itself then please go the options Options->Configure TexStudio -> Editor ->Replace Double Quotes -> Select English quote After pressing OK, whenever you write a double quote in ...


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\documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \left \{ \begin{tabular}{ccc} $R_{e_1,...,e_k}$ & when $T_{e_1,...,e_k} > 0$ & and $BEL(R_{e_1,...,e_k})\geq \alpha$\\ & & \\ $M+1$& otherwise&\\ \end{tabular} \right \} \end{equation}


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Getting the Icon: The easiest way should be taking a screenshot. As the symbol will be displayed very small, bad quality should not matter that much Getting it from the source of TeXStudio. Once downloaded the sourceball contains a folder images-ng where all the icons can be found in .svgz format (alternatively it can be found online at https://sourceforge....


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From the TeXstudio Manual: Since the internal structure of the dictionaries is complex (e.g. contains rules how to generate a word with in different inflections) it is not possible to simply add words to the dictionary. Instead if a word is missing in the dictionary, you can add it to an ignore list, so that the spell checker won't complain about it. The ...


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Inorder to make the title, author, affiliation, abstract etc (title part) appear in the PDF, you should give \maketitle command after abstract. But in the class file \maketitle is automatically called when you give first \section{} command. The following examples will now work: \documentclass{aastex6} \begin{document} \begin{abstract} This is a test ...


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texstudio looks for the bib file(s) in the folder same as main.tex. If it is not available there, it also looks for a path which can be set in the (see image too) Preferences --> Adv. Editor --> Additional Search Paths --> Bib Files: This is useful if you have one (or more) central bib directory which could be used in several documents. ...


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The format is documented in the user manual. Just write the commands as you've done in your examples. See other cwl files for examples, e.g. latex-document.cwl


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TeXstudio can automatically convert "real" quotation marks to \enquote{}. Take a look at the Editor tab in the settings.


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An easy way for Mac users with Texstudio: I opened a .eps file by double-clicking which launched via Preview by default, ready for save as pdf. If the .eps files are few and you are patient enough to manually export one by one, I would recommend this simple step. It worked for me.


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Tim's advice is correct. In 5 easy steps: Select Options menu Select Configure TexStudio submenu Near the lower left corner (not very visible) check the "Advanced options" checkbox Now you see the "Advanced Editor" submenu: select it In the "Special Options" paragraph "Save automatically all files": select the time interval you like That's it!


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Posting this is an answer which is similar to above because this will work for mac and (probably) on other linux based systems. I use OS X El Capitan (mac), and the approach is kind of same. After installing "knitr" package, the user command can be defined as R -e "knitr::knit2pdf('%.Rnw')" | txs:///pdflatex | txs:///view-pdf-internal This works ...



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