A simple example demonstrating how to use some wiki markup syntax in LaTeX, using wiki.sty from the nicetext bundle. Be careful — not everything works, and some commands may break! See http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/nicetext/doc/wikicheat.pdf for a cheat sheet. If you're looking for markdown, check out this example!
Clean, Simple, Elegant
Clean Thesis is a LaTeX style for thesis documents, developed for my diploma thesis (Diplomarbeit). The style can be understood as my personal compromise — a typical clean looking scientific document combined and polished with minor beautifications.
The design of this Clean Thesis style is inspired by user guide documents from Apple Inc.
Note: If you are looking for an exact and correct style regarding typographic rules, please have a look at the "Classic Thesis Style".
Donation = Postcard
Based on the idea of André Miede: If you like the Clean Thesis style I would be very pleased about a donation in the form of a POSTCARD. You can find my address at the *Clean Thesis* website as well as in the documentation. I am going to collect all postcards and exhibit them at the website I mentioned.
Idea and Inspiration
The idea of providing my customized style for thesis documents passed through my mind while writing my own thesis. Motivated and inspired by the superb Classic Thesis Style by André Miede (thanks to André for doing a great job) I decided to collect all design and style related functionality in a separate LaTeX style and provide this style to other thesis writers.
Copyright 2015 R. Langner
This template is adapted from the previous template I wrote in 2017:
University of Nottingham Thesis and Dissertation Template
The current one includes more sample scripts in Chapter 4 Main Chapter, demonstrating the use of figures, tables, lists (for Research Questions and Hypotheses, etc.), equations, and PDF appendix in the Appendices chapter.
This one is specifically shaped for a PhD thesis submission.
Please double check with your faculty's thesis submission guideline.
This example helps to show how the isolated areas of a Venn diagram can be filled / coloured.
It was created as part of this answer on TeX StackExchange.
Other options for creating Venn diagrams with multiple areas shaded can be found in the Overleaf gallery via the Venn Diagrams tag.