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comment how to cite a report and working paper?
Don't forget, if your file is called mydoc.tex, to run latex mydoc; bibtex mydoc; latex mydoc; latex mydoc. And to have a \bibliographystyle{...} before the \bibliography{...}.
2d
comment Intelligently Numbering “remarks” only when multiple are made
@T.Verron Hmm, I'll look into thmtools a bit more. And thanks for the edit, btw, I knew I forgot some key detail :)
Apr
19
comment How can I typeset those braces?
@egreg Yep, you're right. Unfortunately, SE only lets you edit comments once, so my error belongs to the ages now ;)
Apr
18
comment How can I typeset those braces?
@egreg it depends on if the OP is doing this inline or in an equation (or some other displaymath-type environment), and what's going on inside the brackets, etc.
Apr
18
comment How can I typeset those braces?
@researcher The best answer should probably also mention Knuth notes that squiggly brackets should have some small spacing, \bigl\{\,..., ...\,\bigr\}. Also, using \bigl\{ and \bigr\} works great...for inline or display stuff. For footnotes, I think you should use \left\{...\right\}.
Apr
18
comment How can I typeset those braces?
Heh, I'm working on Java while answering a TeX question, I mean $\displaystyle\bigl\{O^{(i)}, e^{(i)}\bigr\}^{M}_{i=1}$
Apr
17
comment Problems with beyond the margin of a article?
I think you might want to try producing parts of the map independently before assembling them altogether. I suspect you have too many linebreaks (these guys `\`)...
Jan
3
comment Turn marginpar into a regular paragraph
@jon For sure! But I was just throwing ideas out there for the OP to consider :)
Dec
31
comment Turn marginpar into a regular paragraph
"Back in the Day" (i.e., the 1700s), they used to flow around margin notes. See, e.g., Teddy Roosevelt's Winning of the West for examples...
Dec
30
comment Fuzzy logic operator symbols
It looks like \mathop{\tt and}\nolimits in plain TeX...
Dec
23
comment Using boxes to define an adjusting (Dirac) bracket
Also, consider using \langle instead of <, and \rangle instead of > for Bra-Ket notation...
Oct
30
comment How to type sheaf hom
Although, note, the H is in Hartshorne a mathscript letter, so one should use \mathscr{H} and one of the many fine mathscr packages
Oct
24
comment Prose Statement of Formulas
(Also, fwiw, it may be easier to use \begin{pmatrix}...\end{pmatrix} instead of \bigll(...\bigrr), since it will autosize it for you!)
Oct
24
comment Prose Statement of Formulas
I've seen \mbox{} used instead of \text{} for this job, could you explain the merits of \text{} over \mbox{}?
Oct
20
comment What's the proper way to typeset a differential operator?
Springer-Verlag's monograph style had \def\D{\mathrm{d}} for the differential operator. I agree with Hendrik Vogt's post below for spacing, that one should typically (but not always) write \,\D x. The exception: after a fraction, e.g., \frac{\sin(x)}{x}\D x is OK; and after a function, e.g., \cos(x)\D x is also OK. But I think there is no single golden rule...it's an art, not a science.
Oct
1
comment Permutation cycle notation
For math spacing, you could try \; which is not quite as much as a quad (and \, for finer spacing).
Jul
30
comment Proposition command doesnt work
And if you want the text to be upright, not italicized, you can always add \theoremstyle{definition}\newtheorem{rant}{Angry Rant}. More examples may be found in the AMSthm documentation.
Jun
20
comment How do I make ``` appear as ' + “ and not ”+ '?
In the TeXbook, Knuth suggests writing '\thinspace'', for '+''.
Feb
3
comment My prime symbol is not superscript
+1 for noting apostrophe (') is, in math mode, the same as ^{\prime}
Dec
23
comment Graphing sine function in MetaPost
+1 for answering the question, using metapost (not Tikz), and not using fancy LaTeX dialects (i.e., you avoided LuaLaTeX).