Communicating and sharing your work effectively with colleagues, supervisors and the general public often requires the preparation of a suitable presentation, tailored to that audience. These templates make it easy to create such a presentation, and the resulting set of slides is available for distribution in PDF format – perfect for sharing before or after your lecture, seminar or talk.
This is a presentation I gave about what LaTeX can do some years ago. I've continued to update it (slightly) for other talks. As this is quite a large project with many files and packages, users on the Free plan may not be able to compile it successfully on Overleaf. If that's the case, feel free to grab the PDF here, and download the sources as a .zip for offline perusal/compilation!
Los Sistemas dinamicos Caoticos has recibido una gran atencion
estos ultimos anos. Aunque no aya una definicon matematica
universal que sea aceptada. Un texto pupular es el Devaney que
aisla tres componentes como caracteristicas esenciales del Caos.
With the massive popularity of Bayes' Theorem as well as the default use of Gaussian/Normal distributions for common data sets, we were keen to better understand firstly, if the assumption to use the Normal distrubition on differing data sets was a fit or not, and secondly, how to take the Normal distribution and Bayes' Theorem and apply it in use via repeatable code.