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Only 13 hours left to claim your free LaTeX Beginner's Guide e-book by Stefan Kottwitz: http://latex-community.org/component/content/article/81-latex-community-about/510-latex-free-ebook
Forum and resources for TeX, LaTeX, LyX and editors. Help for writing thesis, books, formatting text and fixing errors with support for TeX Live, MacTeX, MiKTeX.
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Get the 'LaTeX Beginner’s Guide' e-book for free! Thanks to Stefan from TeXample.net and LaTeX-Community.org :) https://www.overleaf.com/blog/203-get-the-latex-beginners-guide-e-book-for-free#.VPBvhLTU9Vu.twitter
In the next few days, the book 'LaTeX Beginner’s Guide' by Stefan Kottwitz will be available for free download, for one day only.
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The periodic table of the elements...in LaTeX https://www.overleaf.com/read/xsmnzskrzhcz (via TeXGallery)
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Axelrod's tournament on github

Please share and contribute to this repository: https://github.com/drvinceknight/Axelrod

In the 1908s Axelrod ran a computer tournament that has often been used as a discussion point for how cooperation can evolve in complex systems.

I've modified a workshop I gave in Namibia to allow for simple contributions of strategies to a Prisoner's Dilemma tournament.

I've written a blog post about contributing here: http://goo.gl/zkgSkc and +Jason Young helped me put together a video showing how to submit a strategy with nothing more than the github web interface: http://youtu.be/5kOUVdktxAo

If anyone would like to contribute but does not know Python or does not feel confident in their knowledge of git/github please do get in touch. 

All strategies would be welcome: not just winning ones :D
I post stuff here about game theory, queueing theory, pedagogy, Sage, Python and other things...
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Featuring our very own John Lees-Miller​ :) 

http://www.digital-science.com/blog/events/workshop-report-from-our-recent-shaking-it-up-event/

"John Lees-Miller of Overleaf introduced the product he helped build, originally called WriteLaTeX, as “online collaborative editing.” He disclosed that Overleaf has helped over 150,000 authors create over 1.5 million documents.

Lees-Miller shared how the project was inspired by EtherPad, a basic precursor to Google Docs. He felt that the application was good for text but not for figures or equations, as there was limited styling functionality. His goal in creating Overleaf was to “make the scientific editing process neater and more integrated - moving people off email and attachments.” Moreover, with Overleaf, “when you are finished - you can publish” to arXiv, figshare, F1000Research, PeerJ, and nine other publishing partners."
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Through a new partnership with Oxford University Press, you can now prepare your Clinical Briefs for submission to their EMPH journal: https://www.overleaf.com/blog/204-write-your-clinical-briefs-in-overleaf-new-template-for-evolution-medicine-and-public-health-emph-from-oxford-university-press
You can now use Overleaf to prepare your Clinical Brief for submission to EMPH, and to see what your published Brief will look like whilst you write it!
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Great news for LaTeXians - The "LaTeX Beginner's Guide" ebook will soon be available for free download: http://latex-community.org #phdchat
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Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR) Template now available on Overleaf: https://www.overleaf.com/read/hkgwnbykrbtb
This is a template for articles for the Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR) or for the JMLR Workshop and Conference Proceedings (JMLR W&CP). It can a...
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If you're new to LaTeX, John Lees-Miller's free online 'Introduction to LaTeX' course is available in three parts: https://www.overleaf.com/latex/learn/free-online-introduction-to-latex-part-1
Learn how to use LaTeX with our free online course, building from the basics to create a complete article.
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Writing up your latest piece of coursework? Check out these LaTeX templates and examples for homework assignments: https://www.overleaf.com/gallery/tagged/homework
Here we provide a selection of homework assignments templates and examples for school, college and university use. These often include a question and answer section already set out, along with space for the student name, course title, date and any other required information. Teachers and lecturers may also find these templates useful for preparing material for their classes.
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Elements for LaTeX - a collection of code examples from Bon Crowder, including crazy shapes, graph paper, margin changes and equation alignment https://www.overleaf.com/read/twfpkycpjpvk
Just a collection of the code I've found and use regularly in projects. Includes crazy shapes, graph paper, margin changes and alignment of equations.
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Free online writing and publishing platform with real-time collaboration and auto-typesetting
Introduction

Overleaf is a new collaborative science publication system developed by the team behind the hugely popular writeLaTeX service. Overleaf makes the whole process of writing and editing scientific papers much quicker for both authors and publishers. Try Overleaf for free today.

The past two years have seen over 150,000 authors create over two million projects using writeLaTeX and Overleaf, from over 2,000 universities and institutions across 180 countries worldwide.

In 2015, Overleaf aims to continue making science and R&D faster, more open and more transparent by bringing the whole scientific process into the cloud, from idea to writing to review to publication.    

Overleaf is designed to make the power of LaTeX accessible to all scientists & technical writers:

  • Effortless Sharing – Every document you create has a secret link. Just send it to your co-authors, and they can review, comment and edit.
  • Create Beautiful Documents Together – Overleaf synchronizes changes from all authors transparently, so everyone always has the latest version.
  • Not Just Papers – Make amazing presentations with the beamer package! The preview helps with complicated tables, figures and graphs.
  • Real-time Preview – Overleaf compiles your document in the background, so you can see the results right away – great for learning quickly!
  • Find Errors Fast – Overleaf shows you errors & warnings as you go, so you can catch them early, and you don't have to find them in the LaTeX log.
  • LaTeX in the Cloud – Edit online from anywhere and on any device - works great on your iPad! There's no software to install, and no sign-up required.

We're mathematicians, and we created Overleaf to address problems that we experienced when writing papers collaboratively (with co-authors based across the globe), and when teaching new users how to write effectively using LaTeX.

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