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ConTeXt is a TeX macro package like LaTeX and eplain. It provides a consistent, key-value driven user interface, supports all TeX engines, is tightly integrated with LuaTeX & Metapost, and supports gr…
{itemize} is about the itemize list environment. If you use this tag, add the more general {lists} tag.
{minipage} is an environment providing a paragraph box which is a complete mini version of a page.
{theorems} are environments which are commonly numbered. They are extensively used in math texts. Examples of such environments are theorems, corollaries, lemmas, propositions, remarks and definitions…
{labels} is about customizing the labels of {diagrams} and mathematical constructs like {matrices}. For questions about \label or similar commands, use {cross-referencing} instead.
{arrows} is about drawing arrows, usually in {math-mode} or inside {diagrams}.
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{boxes} are the units used by (La)TeX to construct a page by pasting them together horizontally or vertically. A single character from a font is a box, as are the lines of type and the eventual page.
{babel} is a package that manages culturally-determined typographical (and other) rules, and hyphenation patterns for a wide range of languages.
{texmaker} is a cross-platform LaTeX editor. If your question is about its fork TexMakerX, which is now called TeXstudio, please use the tag {texstudio}.
{installing} is for questions regarding the installation of (La)TeX or any editor or other tool related to (La)TeX.
{siunitx} is a package that provides consistent typesetting of physical quantities, allowing application of various typographic conventions with the same input syntax. This package replaces the deprec…
Overleaf (formerly WriteLaTeX) is a collaborative online LaTeX editor.
{nodes} is about nodes in {diagrams}.
{titlesec} is a package providing an interface to {sectioning} commands.
{indexing} is about creating an index or similar lists for your document, usually by means of executing makeindex.
{two-column} is about the \twocolumn command and the class option of the same name. For questions about the {multicol} package, use the appropriate tag instead.
{counters} is about macro writing involving counters. For general questions about numbering document elements, use {numbering}.
{templates} is about templates built on {document-classes} to provide the basis for a particular document type. Questions with this tag should be about the features of the template, not the underlying…
{unicode} is for questions about Unicode (an international standard for character encoding) and its implementations. For questions about input encodings use {input-encodings}.
{paragraphs} are distinct text divisions that begin on a new, usually indented line. In TeX, a paragraph is ended by the \par command or at least one blank line. If your question is about the \paragra…
{expl3} is the programming "language" written for the LaTeX3 project. It is a library of common functions for storing and manipulating data and performing higher-level logical tasks than commonly prov…
{multicolumn} is for questions concerning the formatting of table cells that span several columns.
{moderncv} is a document class for CVs (curriculum vitae) and Cover Letters.
{tikz-trees} is for questions addressing issues related to trees in {tikz-pgf}.
{multicol} is about the multicol package and its multicols environment which allows to typeset text in multiple columns (up to 10) and to balance the end of each column at the end of the environment. …
{line-spacing} is about adjusting the space between the lines of a document. A popular package is {setspace}.
{enumitem} is a package that provides user control over the layout of the three basic list environments: {itemize}, {enumerate}, and {description}.
{multirow} is a package for facilitating multirow cells in {tables} and {arrays}.
{pgfplotstable} is a package that can read, parse, modify or generate tables. Data is provided via either external files or inline code. It also serves as the data handler of the graphics package {pgf…
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{typography} is for questions about the implementation of beautiful typography using TeX.
{document-classes} is for questions relating to the document class of the TeX file. This sets up various document-wide formatting elements.
{algorithms} is about the presentation, numbering, and layout of algorithms or pseudocode in documents. Popular packages are algorithms, {algorithmicx}, {algorithm2e} and {listings}. For questions abo…
{plot} is for questions concerned with plotting data or functions using TeX. For questions specific to the pgfplots package, use the {pgfplots} tag.
Graphs are (1) graphs of functions or (2) sets of nodes and edges.
{verbatim} is about macros and environments like “\verb” and “verbatim” which implement some form of verbatim mode, i.e. change the {catcodes}. A popular package is {fancyvrb}. For questions about the…
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{expansion} is about expanding tokens, including the manipulation of expansion order and the suppressing of expansion.
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