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Student from RWTH Aachen University in Germany. At present writing final thesis on the Bullwhip Effect.


Feb
14
asked Using different centring-methods within a table
Feb
14
comment Creating a good looking appendix
Predrag Punosevac, thanks for the link! What I was thinking about, was that it might be nice to have a macro which imports figures from a directory (which then would be the argument of the macro) and arrange them automatically in a two-culumn table. So basically, one would only have to type in the path of the directory containing of X figures and LaTeX will do the rest of the job (alignment, braking pages etc.). Probably their already exist such a macro?
Feb
14
comment Creating a good looking appendix
My adviser wanted me to write in TeX but could not provide any templates...bad luck for me ;)
Feb
14
comment Creating a good looking appendix
I don't study in the U.S. but actually I'm writing a thesis for a professor in the States. It's on econometrics, so a lot of statistics and plots. Do you have any suggestions regarding templates for this type of thesis?
Feb
14
asked Creating a good looking appendix
Feb
14
comment Using \import correctly
Okay, I did not know that, sorry. I'll keep that in mind but for the moment \import works. Thanks. :)
Feb
14
awarded  Supporter
Feb
14
comment Using \import correctly
I tried it with \include but since the argument cannot be a path the include-approach does not fit to my problem. But thank you for the detailed information! :)
Feb
14
accepted Using \import correctly
Feb
14
comment Using \import correctly
There we go! :) Man thanks Alan Munn again!
Feb
14
comment Using \import correctly
I will try it with \include. @Alan Munn: I used \usepackage{import}.
Feb
14
asked Using \import correctly
Feb
13
awarded  Scholar
Feb
13
accepted Text alignment in tabular-environment
Feb
13
comment Text alignment in tabular-environment
Many thanks for the multicolumn-tip. Looks much better now! BTW: Each bullet indicates a group of country (e.g. G7, northern European countries, eastern European countries etc.). I could use \item[northern European countries] for example but this takes to much space. Same goes with rows I think. Anyway, thanks a lot for your help!
Feb
13
comment Text alignment in tabular-environment
Many thanks Alan Munn! Your approach helped. However, why wouldn't you use itemize within tabular?
Feb
13
awarded  Student
Feb
13
asked Text alignment in tabular-environment