There are a lot of great features to MS Word if you want to (or have to) stick with it for your writing.If so, check out our previous post by Hanna on quick tricks for formatting in Word.Continue reading → Many of you have asked us this question.
Because it was designed to be used with La Te X, they integrate perfectly and handle citations and cross-referencing effortlessly.
One downside is that La Te X does not export to file format, so if you need a Word document for revisions or submission, there is no streamlined conversion from La Te X.
Ly X Windows, Mac OS X, Linux/Unix Cost: free If you are sold on the powerful and flexible typesetting available with La Te X, but aren’t crazy about working solely with the markup language, a great compromise is Ly X.
It uses La Te X in the background, but lets you write the content in a user interface similar to a word processor like MS Word.
I am thankful for their aspiring guidance, invaluably constructive criticism and friendy advice during the project work. Continue reading → In the article below we provide you a sample of acknowledgement for bachelor or undergraduate thesis.
We believe you may find it useful when writing your own acknowledgement page.
The ideal software would be cheap (preferably free), fairly quick and painless to learn, and compatible with a reference/citation manager.
One barrier to changing software is that my mentor likes using MS Word to edit my documents with the track changes feature.
Continue reading → This research was supported/partially supported by [Name of Foundation, Grant maker, Donor].
We thank our colleagues from [Name of the supporting institution] who provided insight and expertise that greatly assisted the research, although they may not agree with all of...