Good day! So, I need to present my disertation code to my thesis advisors, but I'm quite unsure how to actually do it in a proper way. I found this presentation showing some ideas.

Is there a way of making the slides 48-67 in beamer without using tikz? Any ideas to implement the whole ideas the author propose?

Thanks in advance.

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    Welcome! I'm afraid that you may find it difficult to get help with the current state of your question. First, a question on this site should be self-contained and not rely on external links, which don't remain useful when their content changes. Second, posting an example with 67+ slides is sure to put people off: how much time do you think people will want to spend answering one question? Third, you're asking to re-code 19 of those slides and to implement an unspecified number of the author's (unimplemented?) ideas. The mind-reading alone is a major project: not an answer on this site. – cfr Aug 4 '17 at 1:44
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    Please make a minimal document which illustrates a specific issue you want help with, post the code and format it by highlighting and using ctrl+k. Then explain the particular question you have about that code. This will make it much easier for people to understand the problem and try out solutions - and so much more likely they will. – cfr Aug 4 '17 at 1:46
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    To the close-voters: wait a few days before closing: i.stack.imgur.com/KSSY4.png. Let's give the OP time to refine his/her question! – CarLaTeX Aug 4 '17 at 2:09
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    @CarLaTeX This flowchart is ridiculous and pointless. If the question is bad, I vote to close. If there is an edit making the question valid, I vote to reopen. – Henri Menke Aug 4 '17 at 2:16
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    @HenriMenke The flowchart is Paulo Cereda's. The question (as is) is to be closed, but not at once, let's give the OP some time to refine it. See also here: tex.meta.stackexchange.com/a/2743/101651. – CarLaTeX Aug 4 '17 at 2:27

You can add code in the same way as in "normal" latex documents, for example using the listings package or minted.

One thing to do: you have to use the [fragile] option for frames containing code.

A quick example:




       %CODE HERE


(to adjust the colours etc. as in the slides you linked to, have a look at the listings documentation)

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