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Customisable Calendar with Events (Japanese with luatexja)
Customisable Calendar with Events (Japanese with luatexja)
Customisable calendars supporting different languages, sizes (normal, "giant" and "small"), colours and illustrations. The calendars can be marked with events with date ranges, with different markers and styles. The default-sized calendars print 2-up on A4-sized papers and should fit CD jewel cases. The "small" calendars print 4-up on A4-sized papers and should fit 3.5" floppy disk cases. The "giant" calendars are full-page A4-sized. Colours, illustrations, fonts etc are customisable. Use the sundayweek document class option to make weeks start on Sundays. Localisation possible with languages supported by babel/translator/datetime2. This is an example of such a customisation for Japanese, to be compiled with LuaLaTeX. The original templates have been tested with british, spanish, french, ngerman, italian, portuges, polish, croatian, greek. (Probably works with other languages too.) Use the nobabel option and make your own customisations, for languages not supported by babel and/or translator. Note: If you get an error when you change the language, try clearing the auxiliary files in your compile session. Or fork it on Github!
LianTze Lim
Customisable Calendar with Events (Chinese)
Customisable Calendar with Events (Chinese)
Customisable calendars supporting different languages, sizes (normal, "giant" and "small"), colours and illustrations. The calendars can be marked with events with date ranges, with different markers and styles. The default-sized calendars print 2-up on A4-sized papers and should fit CD jewel cases. The "small" calendars print 4-up on A4-sized papers and should fit 3.5" floppy disk cases. The "giant" calendars are full-page A4-sized. Colours, illustrations, fonts etc are customisable. Use the sundayweek document class option to make weeks start on Sundays. Localisation possible with languages supported by babel/translator/datetime2. Tested with british, spanish, french, ngerman, italian, portuges, polish, croatian, greek. Use the nobabel option and make your own customisations, for languages not supported by babel and/or translator. This is an example of such a customisation for Chinese, compilable with XeLaTeX. See this template for the original English version. Or fork it on Github!
LianTze Lim
Customisable calendar with events
Customisable calendar with events
Customisable calendars supporting different languages, sizes (normal, "giant" and "small"), colours and illustrations. The calendars can be marked with events with date ranges, with different markers and styles. The default-sized calendars print 2-up on A4-sized papers and should fit CD jewel cases. The "small" calendars print 4-up on A4-sized papers and should fit 3.5" floppy disk cases. The "giant" calendars are full-page A4-sized. Use the sundayweek document class option to make weeks start on Sundays. Localisation possible with languages supported by babel/translator/datetime2. Tested with british, spanish, french, ngerman, italian, portuges, polish, croatian, greek. (Probably works with more.) Use the nobabel option and make your own customisations, for languages not supported by babel and/or translator. Here are examples for Chinese (requires XeLaTeX) and Japanese (requires LuaLaTeX). Note: If you get an error when you change the language, try clearing the auxiliary files in your compile session. Or fork it on Github.
LianTze Lim
LaTeX template for preparing a research article for submission to the Journal of Optical Communications and Networking
LaTeX template for preparing a research article for submission to the Journal of Optical Communications and Networking
This template can be used to prepare a research article for submission to the OSA/IEEE Journal of Optical Communications and Networking (JOCN). Note that this template can be run from your own TeX system or within the cloud-based Overleaf system (formerly writeLaTeX). Once your article is complete, you may submit it directly to Prism (the OSA's article tracking system) via the 'Submit to OSA' option in the Overleaf editor.
The Optical Society
Simple Recipes for First-Time-Away-From-Home Cooks
Simple Recipes for First-Time-Away-From-Home Cooks
Example/Template for a simple recipe booklet, with markdown!
LianTze Lim
Multilingual "Thank-You"
Multilingual "Thank-You"
Since my research is related to multilingual dictionaries, I have the excuse of using this TikZ drawing of multilingual "thank you's" at the end of my presentations. It had the advantage/disadvantage of distracting the audience enough from raising nit-picking, asked-just-for-sake-for-asking types of questions. :-) If compiling this takes too long, the best way to use this is probably to use the result PDF directly via e.g. \includegraphics[page=1]{multiling-tq.pdf} BTW -- can you spot the two fictional languages? :-)
LianTze Lim
Template for preparing your submission to G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics using Overleaf
Template for preparing your submission to G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics using Overleaf
Overleaf and the Genetics Society of America (GSA) have created this template for authors submitting manuscripts to G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics. The template allows authors to easily prepare and edit their manuscripts using Overleaf. Authors can then submit manuscripts to G3 by using the PDF and source files generated from Overleaf. To begin writing online (in your browser), simply click the Open as Template button, above. The Overleaf template will be loaded, and additional guidelines for preparing your submission are included within the template itself. If you're new to Overleaf and LaTeX, check out our free introductory course for help getting started. (Updated: 10 December 2019)
Overleaf and the Genetics Society of America (GSA)
Template for preparing your submission to GENETICS using Overleaf
Template for preparing your submission to GENETICS using Overleaf
Overleaf and the Genetics Society of America (GSA) have created this template for authors submitting manuscripts to GENETICS. The template allows authors to easily prepare and edit their manuscripts using Overleaf. Authors can then submit manuscripts to GENETICS by using the PDF and source files generated from Overleaf. To begin writing online (in your browser), simply click the Open as Template button, above. The Overleaf template will be loaded, and additional guidelines for preparing your submission are included within the template itself. If you're new to Overleaf and LaTeX, check out our free introductory course for help getting started. (Updated: 10 December 2019)
Overleaf and the Genetics Society of America (GSA)
A Customised CurVe CV
A Customised CurVe CV
I've been asked a few times for the code of my own CV. Truth is, it was first done many, many years ago, based on the CurVe class. As I picked up tips and tricks, I kept adding and modifying the formatting styles—but I never got round to cleaning it up properly. I wouldn't wish it on anyone to have to read or use the messy code as it was *shudder*. I got asked about it again recently, and I'm finally able to simplify the thing and put in online on Overleaf (so that other users won't get back to me with "but I don't have this package" issues either! 😉) p/s: And yes, I got my current position with Overleaf with this CV (the full version of course)!
LianTze Lim