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Alternative to Overleaf (realtime LaTeX collaboration) With the Ability to have Multiple Collaborators but with no Charge

As an additional resource I would recommend CoCalc, it works perfect, it's freen and collaborative (it has also AI assistance to troubleshoot the errors). There are also a lot of additional resources ...
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How to type œ and ç in LaTex and Markdown?

I tested all the solutions here for œ (as in œuf, œuvre, œil) and none of them worked in XeLaTeX. Do it like this : {\oe} or {\OE}
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How to crop or scope the range of z in 3d in Asymptote

Without using crop, I choose a relevant reparameterization for the surface; this is almost the idea from this answer. Hope this helps! // http://asymptote.ualberta.ca/ import graph3; //...
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Install and use latexdiff without MikTex

I've used the posted code and it works for me on overleaf. I just modified the diff.tex so that it also mark changes in bibliography and referencing and to support the update syntax of some packages I ...
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Set global options for all R code chunks and plots throughout LaTeX document

\documentclass[twocolumn]{article} \usepackage{lipsum,geometry} \begin{document} <<options,include=FALSE>>= knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = FALSE, fig.dim = c(5, 3), fig.pos="h",...
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Table within a table

You only need some \multicolumns , that no need any package. Besides, the table will look like off-center with a centered caption, because the jailed data are only on the right, so I will put the ...
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Is it possible to sync Overleaf projects with VSCode or have real-time syncing of documents in VSCode some other way?

A VSCode extension called Overleaf Workshop syncs edits in real time. It even shows the cursor locations in both Overleaf and VSCode! Here's a screenshot of VSCode using the Overleaf Workshop: Here's ...
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Table within a table

I just discovered the amazing tabularray package, which provides many customisations for tables through a modern key-value interface and replicates the functionalities of classic table packages. It's ...
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Table within a table

Here's another example \documentclass{article} \usepackage{multirow} % Merge rows \usepackage{array} % More convenient column spec. \newcolumntype{L}{@{}p{2.5cm}} \newcolumntype{C}{w{c}{2.5cm}}...
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Table within a table

One way is to use the nicematrix package. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{nicematrix} \begin{document} \begin{NiceTabular}{lw{l}{1cm}w{c}{2cm}w{c}{2cm}} & & \Block{1-2}{\textbf{Trust ...
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Problem defining environments using \newtheorem

Don't load theorem on top of amsthm. As you've discovered (though only somewhat indirectly), they're not compatible with each other. My advice: Load just the amsthm package.
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Conceptual diagram in LaTeX

Here is a possibility with tikzcd. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz-cd, amssymb, amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{tikzcd}[cells={nodes=draw}, column sep=1cm] \parbox[c][10mm]{4cm}{\...
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Conceptual diagram in LaTeX

Don't know if this one comes close to your intention. Changes made: put a few missing lines summarized your options as a style bx made height equal changed arrow tip hat to replace unknown \Sha ...
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How to write a certain hooked bijective arrow in latex

This is similar to jlab's answer but with some twists: the bottom arrow is \hookrightarrow rotated (around its center) by 180 degrees; the top arrow is bumped a bit to the right and the bottom arrow ...
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How to write a certain hooked bijective arrow in latex

The upper symbol is \hookrightarrow. You can create the lower from the first with a rotation of 180° \rotatebox{180}{$\hookrightarrow$} \rotatebox is a command from the graphicx package (the symbol ...
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Latex overleaf error that I can't seem to solve

You could have simplified your example to \documentclass[a4paper,11pt,fleqn,oneside,openright]{memoir} (You should probably simplify your real document in a similar way) Running that with pdflatex --...
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