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Tool for generating LaTeX tables

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Tables in LaTeX can be difficult to work with, given that LaTeX code is usually treated in an ordinary text editor without spreadsheet capabilities. One solution I have found to be very helpful, is this online LaTeX table generator: http://www.tablesgenerator.com/latex_tables. You can edit a table directly in your browser, copy and paste from a spreadsheet […]

The default phasor angle symbol in LaTeX is obtained by which produces However, to get the bottom leg of the angle symbol to underline the entire quantity you want to take the angle of, you must enable the steinmetz package in the preamble: You can then use the  \phase command to get correct usage of […]

It would be nice to have a simple way of including Matlab source code in LaTeX documents. Fortunately, Florian Knorn has made an excellent solution with his LaTeX style-file (.sty), which can be downloaded (mcode.sty) at MATLAB Central. You may want to open mcode.sty in a text editor for details on its usage. Basically, what […]