The LaTeX for Linguists Home Page
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  • Welcome to the LaTeX for Linguists Home Page.

    These pages provide information on how to use LaTeX for writing Linguistics papers (articles, books, etc.). In particular, they provide instructions and advice on creating the things Linguists standardly need, like trees, numbered examples, and so on, as well as advice on some things that most people need (like bibliographies), but with an eye to standard Linguistic practice.

    How to use these pages

    Of course, you use them as you see fit, but our idea is that you can have your browser pointing at these pages all the time you are writing; whenever you need one of the LaTeX constructs described, you can just point, click, drag and drop (etc.) one of the examples we give into your text and then change it to suit. That's how we use it.

    What these pages are (supposed to be)

    These pages are (supposed to be):

    What these page are not (supposed to be)

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    How you can contribute

    You can contribute to these pages in several ways:


    LaTeX for Linguists,
    Doug Arnold,,
    January 25, 2010.