LaTeX template for PhD thesis

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This page describes a '''LaTeX template for writing up your PhD or DPhil'''. It can be downloaded from here. The template could also serve as a backbone for writing similar documents, like Bachelor and Masters theses. Using the template only requires minimal knowledge of LaTeX and contain in-line comments (lines starting with the % sign) explaining the most essential markup in the document, mainly the introduction.tex file. If you don't have a LaTeX environment on your computer, you can find instructions here (to be added later).
This page describes a '''LaTeX template for writing up your PhD or DPhil'''. It can be downloaded from here. The template could also serve as a backbone for writing similar documents, like Bachelor and Masters theses. Using the template only requires minimal knowledge of LaTeX and contain in-line comments (lines starting with the % sign) explaining the most essential markup in the document, mainly the introduction.tex file. If you don't have a LaTeX environment on your computer, you can find instructions here (to be added later).
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== Overview of template layout ==
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== Download and use ==
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== See also ==

Revision as of 04:52, 7 September 2007

This page describes a LaTeX template for writing up your PhD or DPhil. It can be downloaded from here. The template could also serve as a backbone for writing similar documents, like Bachelor and Masters theses. Using the template only requires minimal knowledge of LaTeX and contain in-line comments (lines starting with the % sign) explaining the most essential markup in the document, mainly the introduction.tex file. If you don't have a LaTeX environment on your computer, you can find instructions here (to be added later).

Overview of template layout

Download and use

See also

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