## Installing LaTeX on Windows & Mac OS X

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The following works for any math symbol which you want to put on top of one another. The command \displaystyle_{command1}^{command2} does the job (where “command1” is what you want to place below and “command2” above). The disadvantage is it moves one symbol slightly downwards in such a way that the space between the two symbols … [Read more…]

Recently, I was wondering how to cite multiple references at once, e.g. [1, 5, 9] or even [1-3, 6, 8]. It took me quite some time to find a solution on the web, which is one of the reasons I am posting this article here. The solution is astonishingly easy. If you want to cite … [Read more…]

Let me start with something simple, but very useful. Everytime you type a formula and you don’t know some of the symbols, just check this complete symbols reference which comes in very handy. On the same website, you can find other helpful information on LaTex. But the math symbol reference is definitely worth a bookmark.

This is not just another blog, but will provide you with useful information, tips, tricks and pieces of code on LaTex and related languages. If you have questions, comments or suggestions, just leave a comment and we will try to answer as soon as possible. Enjoy Latex, enjoy life!

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