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Whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, a short story or long textbook, these templates and examples provide a fast and effective way to start composing your latest work. All the required components – such as chapters, sections, title pages, glossaries, acknowledgements -- are set out ready for your content. Just open the template and start writing!
A short book on LaTeX
Marck Ruther Sta. Ines
Book of Edible Plants
This is the full PDF of Edible Food Book, a CC-BY-SA-3.0 book. Copyright © 2013 Abdelkrime Aries <email@example.com>
Some fonts and colours have been modified from the original.
The partial source code of the book (because the complete book contains so many images!) can be found in this example. Or get the complete source at the original Github site.
Abdelkrime Aries (with some font, colour modifications by LianTze Lim)
Course notes for MATH 524: Non-linear optimization
Course page: people.math.sc.edu/blanco/ma524.html
University of South Carolina
Francisco Javier Blanco-Silva
Calculus in a Nutshell
Calculus in a Nutshell is basically a summary of calculus. I am through power series. Thoughts, comments and edits are appreciated.
A white paper describing how to carry out a data protection impact assessment according to GDPR.
Michael Friedewald et al.
Coaching Youth Middle Distance Runners
A simple project meant to create a PDF version of a Wikibook I've been working on for the past few years. It's just an APA paper, as simple as it could be, but it's filled with useful information in my field of coaching.
A System Design Language Primer
A System Design Language provides a means of communicating a design and an approach to determine the effectiveness of a design before it is built. This design language helps to guide the decomposition of the design by asking the right questions at the right time. The process of deﬁning system requirements, communicating these requirements and their chosen solutions, and determining the effectiveness is explained within this primer.
David S. Cochran