In this page, you can find various materials related to LaTeX which I used as course material for my LaTeX Workshop. There are mainly three sections; installing packages, useful links, and materials. In the installing packages, you can find how to install complete LaTeX distribution on your system, under the useful links you can able to find some of the links that we used in our day-to-day life while writing our LaTeX document, and under the material tab, you can find slides, cheatsheet, and lecture note that I used on my LaTeX workshop.
Also, you can try the this inbuild LaTeX editor written on Mathjax if you want to learn mathematical LaTeX commands by using the dropdown menu in the editor.Open LaTeX Editor
If you want to install the TeX system on your computer (ubuntu or windows) then there are two main choices: TexLive or MiKTeX. (For mac users there is only one tex system which is known as MacTeX.) But which is the best TeX system to install on your PC? You can choose between TeX Live and MiKTeX. In practice, it does not make a difference which distribution you use. But most of the time, MiKTeX user faces lots of problems later on due to improper installation. I strongly suggest you use TeXLive.
Download TeXLive (Filename: texlive-year.iso) (Full)
TeX Live – Instructions for Ubuntu
TeX Live – Instructions for Fedora
TeX Live ‐ Use Manual for Others
On Windows 10, first, open the
texlive.iso file in windows explorer, do not open it using PowerISO. To open it using windows explorer, first right-click on the file and then choose open with option and then select windows explorer. Next, click on
Windows-tl-advance.exe to run this file and follow the instruction. It may take 20-30 minutes depending on your system.
Although you will get a default editor along with your TeXLive distribution, but it is recommended to use some other good Editor so that you can compile your document faster with too many predefined options that will help you to write your document.
I personally use the TeXstudio editor but you can also try Texmaker or Kile.
Overleaf The online platform for scientific writing based on \LaTeX\ and lots of template available there.
IPE Drawing Editor Ipe is a drawing editor for creating figures in PDF or (encapsulated) Postscript format. It supports making small figures for inclusion into LaTeX-documents as well as making multi-page PDF presentations that can be shown on-line with Acrobat Reader.
StackEdit In-browser Markdown editor based on Markdown and KaTeX.
Tex StackExchange A good place to look for answers to specific questions (or to ask them yourself).
Wiki Book A well-organized and easily navigated reference. Useful for both general and specific tutorials.
Tutorial For Beginners A
LaTeX tutorial for beginners; a good place to look when starting out. The information is nicely organized as well.
Detexify Draw your symbol and you will get your code with which package you have to use.
LaTeX Table Generator Generate sample code to draw table in LaTeX.
Beamer Guide Beamer is a LaTeX class for creating presentations that are held using a projector, but it can also be used to create transparency slides. You can find a quick guide here.
LaTeX Table Generator Information about fancier mathematics typesetting.
You can find few slides on how to write LaTeX documents which I frequently used in the LaTeX workshop.
You can find cheatsheet that contains all frequently used latex commands which can be very handy for the beginners.
I have compiled resources avilable online along with few content written by myself into a book format.