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I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Deakin University bridging I/O psychology and statistics.

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Nov
14
comment Typographic conventions for width of figures in LaTeX data analysis reports
@TH I updated the question title to use the term "typographic conventions" rather than the word "aesthetic" in the hope that this reduces the perceived subjectivity.
Nov
14
comment Typographic conventions for width of figures in LaTeX data analysis reports
Very helpful. Thanks.
Nov
14
comment Typographic conventions for width of figures in LaTeX data analysis reports
@TH I agree that the question could be conceived in purely subjective terms. However, I also thought that there may be relevant typographic conventions with accompanying rationales. I think the latter is not subjective.
Oct
28
comment What is a good strategy for obtaining comments on a LaTeX document from non-LaTeX using collaborators?
+1 @Dan Thanks. Plain text comments based on line numbers is an elegant solution
Oct
27
comment What is a good strategy for obtaining comments on a LaTeX document from non-LaTeX using collaborators?
@Seamus +1 I certainly will in some instances.
Oct
25
comment Workflow for converting LaTeX into Open Office / MS Word Format
@Joseph The existing answers are useful. I was hoping to get a clearer recommendation regarding what is most simple, reliable, and effective. I can and will play around with the options proposed.
Oct
25
comment Workflow for converting LaTeX into Open Office / MS Word Format
thanks. That's helpful.
Oct
25
comment Workflow for converting LaTeX into Open Office / MS Word Format
@Charles Thanks for the suggestion. The existing answers are helpful. I might see whether any additional answers come over the next few days.
Oct
24
comment What is a good strategy for obtaining comments on a LaTeX document from non-LaTeX using collaborators?
@TH I disagree. PDF is not the only solution to the broader challenge of collaborating with people who do not use LaTeX while wanting to continue to use LaTeX. As I have mentioned, you could export to a number of different formats (HTML, Open Office, PDF). I am seeking advice from users of LaTeX on how best to deal with this situation which is intrinsic to working with LaTeX. I would think this would be of interest to other LaTeX users in a similar situation to me.
Oct
24
comment What is a good strategy for obtaining comments on a LaTeX document from non-LaTeX using collaborators?
Thanks. I didn't know that.
Oct
21
comment Good strategy for line breaks with paragraphs of LaTeX source
@Matt Okay, although I don't seem to be able to make it so.
Oct
15
comment Workflow for converting LaTeX into Open Office / MS Word Format
Thanks. Formulas might not be a big deal, but images of tables would be a problem. Collaborators often want to customise table formatting based on the look of some final document.
Oct
14
comment What are a good set of macros for writing beamer presentations?
Thanks. Based on your thoughts and the number of up votes, I think I'll just avoid the macro redefinition.
Oct
12
comment Image on full slide in beamer package
@Matthew Okay. Thanks.
Sep
1
comment How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
@Charles: Good point. But i think that with APA journals (e.g., JAP bit.ly/ajHZGq) the closest thing to latex is allowing submission in PDF and the PDF must conform to APA style 6th edition.
Sep
1
comment How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
@Charles Is what you say true? Might not an editor be more inclined to reject your submission because you failed to follow guidelines regarding submission format requirements?
Sep
1
comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
Thanks. This looks good.
Aug
31
comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
awesome. I'll have a look.
Aug
31
comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
@Esultanik Verbatim copying of environment contents would be fine
Aug
31
comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
@Seamus: Updated question to clarify why an automated approach is desirable