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README.md

Fermium LABS logo

Hall effect apparatus

wercker status

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Corrections and Issues

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what is a repository? how do i open an issue?? i don't want this crap, just let me correct an equation!!!

Email us at support@fermiumlabs.com

If you want to contribute, go to the page and click the "edit" link in the top icons.

How was it written?

This document is written in R Bookdown.

How to compile from markdown

To compile this document you need installed:

  • pandoc
  • R
  • make (osx)
  • imagemagick (optional, to compress the pdf)

You can use the standard make utils on any unix system

make install_r_packages #install dependencies
make all #clean and build everything
make all_compress #make all and compress the .zip
make clean #clean
make pdf
make html
make epub

If you're on a OS X, you can also run:

make open_pdf
make open_html

Which will open the various files with your default app. If you do not want to install all that software, check out latex-docker.

LICENSE

This work is distributed under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

Original paper by Giacomo Torzo of Labtrek


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