This is a LaTeX template/framework for writing scientific papers in german. It is meant to be used as an organized starting point to keep things tidy and clean.
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LaTeX-Paper-template

Note: When a path in this readme begins with /, it is relative to the project root.

This is a small framework/template/starting point for scientific LaTeX papers in german.

To build the document:

  1. make

Nomenclature

  • All your text should go into /chapters/.
  • All your indices, such as acronyms, references, glossary entrys, if not generated automatically, should go into /dexes/
  • All your appendix pages should go into /appendix/ See example files in these directories...

Literature

Literature goes in /dexes/literature.bib. See examples in this file.

LaTeX syntax

You'll find a basic LaTeX cheat sheet in/chapters/cheatsheet.tex.

A way more extensive (but also deviating from this workflow) paper is /goodies/abschlussarbeit_mit_latex.pdf, which is targetted towards writing german scientific papers with LaTeX, with some weird IDE on windblows OS. So take that with a grain of salt.

Other stuff worth noting

  • All paths (like when referencing an image, or including a .tex) must always be relative to project root! (where the Makefile lies).
  • Configure your projects base informations such as title, author, year, etc in /config.tex.
  • When creating new chapters (files in /chapters/), you have to include them in /chapters.tex.
  • When creating new appendix entries (files in /appendix/), you have to include them in /appendix.tex.