This example demonstrates how to produce diagonal lines in table cells using the slashbox and diagbox packages.
The diagonal line produced by the slashbox package is rather jagged and unwieldy.
The diagbox package does a better job in general.
Try loading only one of these packages to see
the difference — if diagbox is loaded at all,
it overrides slashbox's behavior./p>
LaTeX is the best way to write mathematics. It completely pisses all over Word. However, it does take some time to get used to so might not be worth your while if you won't write too much. The way I use it is to first download and install a latex editor and then get writing, but I would recommend that you use this website instead since you can get going a lot quicker. The upshot of the whole business is that you type in here and then a pdf is generated with all the equations looking ace. I'll give you some examples.
This example shows how to generate multiple bibliography sections with the bibtopic package. Each bibliography section can have its own .bib file. This can be very useful in books or theses, if you'd like one references section per chapter, and also in grant and research proposals. See the package documentation for more information.
PSTricks provides a number of built in functions to enable the quick creation of figures, graphs and diagrams in LaTeX. Here we see how to use the built in command for drawing a circle.
Original source: http://www.thelazymathematician.com/p/pstricks-examples.html