# TeX Resources

A non-exhaustive list of online resources that I found while browsing the internet, reading about $\LaTeX$ and think are worthwhile sharing:

##### Web Resources
• The $\LaTeX$ Project: web
• A very well written set of tutorials for beginners by Andy Roberts. Getting to Grips with $\LaTeX$: web
• $\LaTeX$ on Wikibooks: web
• Comprehensive $\TeX$ Archive Network, CTAN: web
• $\LaTeX$ on Stack Exchange: web
• $\TeX$ample: ample resources for TeX users: web
• The levels of $\TeX$: web
• Learn $\LaTeX$ in 5 Minutes (video tutorials): web
• Natbib reference sheet: web
• $\TeX$count, online word count service: web
• texMemo: A Simple Memo Class for $\LaTeX$: web
• knitr: Elegant, flexible and fast dynamic report generation with R: web
• Creating a LaTeX minimal example: web
• LaTeX Symbols: web
• TeX.SX (stackexchange): web
• more to come …
##### PDF Resources
• The not so short introduction to $\LaTeXe$: pdf
• $\LaTeX$ cheat sheet: pdf
• $\LaTeXe$ for class and package writers: pdf
• Creating a $\LaTeX$ minimal example: pdf
• Sweave user manual: pdf
• more to come …

#### 4 responses to “TeX Resources”

• Dinesh Agarwal

Thank you for adding my blog to the list of resources. It is much appreciated.

Regards,
Dinesh

• saifulkhan

I would like to request for your help. I have a table which is very big

1. No. of columns are high
2. The text in most cells are lengthy
- For the above reasons I want the table in landscape. And the text should dynamically adjust so that the table does not cross the page.

3. Number of rows are also high
- For this reason the table should span through multiple page

Thanks for your comment. What you are looking for is the `longtable` package. Here is a post on that topic with sample code. Please find a suitable post for your comment next time. You may use the search field on the right. Best, Tom.