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PostDoc (Psychology) at the University of Z├╝rich, Switzerland.

My primary programming language is R.
I am maintainer of R packages afex, MPTinR, and acss.

Besides R, I use Python for running experiments (using PsychoPy) and occasionally other languages.


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comment Generate table of contents when \section* (sections without numbering) has been used
You are a hero. Take my internet points.
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comment What is the proper way to represent a talk at a conference (with no proceedings) in BibTeX (hopefully via Zotero)?
@DavClark Thanks for the comment. That was exactly what was needed. If you put it as answer and accept it, I will upvote it.
Feb
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comment Getting the header for the references, using biblatex, to look *exactly* like the header for the main text, using apa.cls
What a great answer. I exactly needed this. egreg I love you.
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revised What are the possible dimensions / sizes / units LaTeX understands?
added unit tags and headline
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accepted What are the possible dimensions / sizes / units LaTeX understands?
Jan
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comment What are the possible dimensions / sizes / units LaTeX understands?
Thanks especially for the link to the great question Which measurement units should one use in LaTeX? It is especially illuminating (and questioning the m-wdith theory). That is all I wanted and fast (i.e., I will accept).
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comment What are the possible dimensions / sizes / units LaTeX understands?
Thanks a lot. Could you expand a little on Didot points and the meaning of the nominal in ex and em?
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asked What are the possible dimensions / sizes / units LaTeX understands?
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comment Add notes under the table
I found the solution on my own. It is using \cmidrule{a-b} where aand b are the number of rows spanned (to span a single row use e.g., \cmidrule{1-1}.
Aug
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comment Add notes under the table
Thanks to your nice answer and for pointing me to booktabgs. Could you/anyone help me on how to get \midrule s that do not span the whole table (like \cline)?