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LaTeXTips

Some LaTeX Tips for Writing Research Papers

Author: Chongyang Ma

Email: chongyangm@gmail.com

Abstract

LaTeX has been widely used to write research papers. Unlike most popular articles which have introduced various LaTeX syntax and tricks to achieve the desired effects and formats in the compiled output, in this document I will suggest some tips about how to write and organize these input LaTeX source files. While having little impact on the final result, these tips may be helpful to maintain the LaTeX source and thus facilitate research collaborations. This document is based on my personal experience of writing papers in the field of computer graphics and thus may not apply to other fields.

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