Posts about how to use various codes and tools from the author or readily available for other source, that will assist in the study of fluids mechanics, scientific research and more.
As an extension to my previous post on adding solid or dashed lines to figure captions in LaTeX documents, a similar method can be used to add different types of Continue Reading →
Ever wondered how to get lines in the text of your figure captions to match the lines in your plots? The following post shows how the tikz package can be used to add inline lines and symbols to figure captions in LaTex. Continue Reading →
I’m sure that everyone who uses LaTeX for writing papers and articles has at some point been given a template whose bibliography section requires a specific formatting but does not provide the appropriate BibTeX .sty style file. This post explains how to modify the appearance of the bibliography and easily generate a custom style to match almost any formatting requirements. Continue Reading →