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Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis

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Author: Nicola L. C. Talbot
Series: Dickimaw LaTeX Series
Volume: 2
Version: 1.3
Date: 2013-03-16
Licence: GNU Free Documentation License (GNU FDL)
Contents: View Table of Contents
Source Code: Download ZIP archive (18M). Note that the source code is very complicated as it required creating four different versions of the document: the HTML version, the A4 PDF version, the screen PDF version and the 7x10 inch paperback version. It should not be considered an example file for beginners.
Review: TUGboat, Volume 35 (2014), No. 1

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  author    = "Nicola L. C. Talbot",
  title     = "Using {\LaTeX} to Write a PhD Thesis",
  publisher = "Dickimaw Books",
  series    = "Dickimaw {\LaTeX} Series",
  volume    = 2,
  isbn      = "978-1-909440-02-9",
  address   = "Norfolk, UK",
  year      = 2013 

Additional Resources


This is a follow-on from LaTeX for Complete Novices geared towards students who want to use LaTeX to write their PhD theses.

This document was originally located at http://theoval.cmp.uea.ac.uk/~nlct/latex/thesis/.

Note: UK TUG provides LaTeX beginners courses in London. Contact the UK TUG secretary if you are interested.

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