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I'm a Mathematician working as a Staff Tutor at the Open University in Cardiff, Wales.

I use LaTeX for all of my documents- exams, handouts, etc.

I've been a LaTeX enthusiast for a number of years, but have only recently started to learn about the internals. I have a lot to learn- this site has taught me a lot and I'm looking forward to learning more.

I'm also the author of latexindent.pl available on ctan: http://www.ctan.org/pkg/latexindent

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comment Create newshadetheorem without numbering
Welcome :) you might like to have a look at the mdframed or tcolorbox packages
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comment problem with installling texlive in windows 7
If you're on windows, then you do have another option: miktex
1d
comment Drawing a network of lines and discs
It'd be great if you could make your title a bit more descriptive - imagine looking at your question in a few month's time... Would it be a good title? Would it come up in a search result? Have a search for latex trees that grow sideways :)
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comment Circled equal with same size as \oplus/\otimes with pdflatex
@LaRiFaRi sounds like a plan :)
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comment Circled equal with same size as \oplus/\otimes with pdflatex
This is a really nicely-asked question :) presumably you need to resize the circle - perhaps you could use resizebox from the graphics package?
Aug
28
comment The intersection of a sphere with planes through an axis tangent to the north pole
I'm sure you'll get a quick answer, but I'll revisit your question over the weekend if not :)
Aug
28
comment How to write inline formula involving tilde sign
What have you tried ?
Aug
28
comment Typesetting the definition of a piecewise function
Have a look at tex.stackexchange.com/questions/47170/…
Aug
28
comment The intersection of a sphere with planes through an axis tangent to the north pole
The equation of a sphere is (x-a)^2+(y-b)^2+(z-b)^2=r^2, and the equation of a plane can be, for example, Ax+By+Cz=D. You can find the curve of intersection and then change the parameters.
Aug
26
comment Creating diagram using tikz
Could you edit the title of your question to include something more descriptive?
Aug
22
comment Where do I find the source code of beamer in a MiKTeX installation?
If you compile a Beamer document, you can see a few of the files used by studying the log file
Aug
22
comment How to render LaTeX code without having to press return a lot of times?
It seems like the answer is: fix the errors! :) it's best practice, and furthermore is very satisfying to see a document compiled flawlessly :) of course if you'd prefer not to fix them, then you could compile on non stop mode, but the bugs that start off small might evolve into dragons
Aug
21
comment Can I suppress the <use [filename]> message?
\usepackage[demo]{graphicx} removes the images and the messages :)
Aug
13
comment a column is composed of three parts
have a look at multicolumn, play with it for a while, then have a look at multirow and try to incorporate it slowly.... :) start small, and build up until you get closer :)
Aug
13
comment \newenvironment does not work
when you say 'green', are you describing syntax highlighting? if so, I probably won't be able to answer, but for anyone else, which editor are you using?
Aug
13
comment \newenvironment does not work
using \newenvironment{eqns}{\subequations\align}{\endalign\endsubequations} works...
Aug
12
comment Symbol: “maps isomorphically”
have a look ooalign, one of egreg's favourite tools - a tutorial can be found in \subseteq + \circ as a single symbol ("open subset") and in many answers since :)
Aug
11
comment Margins of Section Title is Out of Bounds
do you mean like this: How can I align section titles and list environments in the left margin? ?
Aug
6
comment Kerning and long subscripts or superscripts
@Mico nice idea - I might make the edit tomorrow :) Thanks also for the edit. Benjamin no worries, no need to explain - you, as the OP, choose which solution you think is most appropriate :)
Aug
4
comment How to plot only some value of a table?
is Compiling a document with PGFplots processing only every x-th data point? helpful?