A drawing in TikZ.
The first picture draws an impossible brick, which induces
an optical illusion similar to that triggered by Escher's
The second picture draws a Penrose triangle, another similar
A minimal example showing how to choose different options for section and subsection labelling (including upper and lower case Roman numerals) by redefining the appropriate commands.
This example shows how to write simplified Chinese characters in LaTeX with the CJKutf8 package. WriteLaTeX includes a full set of fonts for simplified Chinese, and we use utf-8 encoding, so you can type simplified Chinese characters directly into your LaTeX source code and have them appear in the output.
This is an example of a very, very basic conference abstract booklet, with an author index. Each abstract can have an optional text that will be displayed in the margin — e.g. the time and room of the presentation.
Visualization of chemical experiment data with Tufte style axes, which demonstrates the ability of LaTeX to dynamically generate figures from raw data files.
This plot uses two data files and does some calculations in pgfplots to standardise them. It shows 'scan rate normalised cyclic voltammograms', and could more generally be used for 'cyclic voltammetry' results.
Original source: http://pgfplots.net/tikz/examples/cyclic-voltammetry/
A simple submission slip designed to be attached to student work for marking.
The source code is available on github. This is the release from 12th April 2014.
This work is provided for use under the open source MIT license (MIT).