A neat example of what can be created in LaTeX, this shows real and monetary flows in an agent-based macroeconomic model with endogenous money.
This diagram is originally from TeXample.net; we've pre-loaded in writeLaTeX for you to try out.
To read more about it visit this TeXample page, or just click below to get started.
Did you know it's possible to draw paths between nodes and across different pictures in LaTeX? This example shows how to easily draw connecting arrows in presentations with the Beamer package.
We've pre-loaded this great example originally published on TeXample.net for you to try out on writeLaTeX.
To read more about this feature head to this page on the TeXample site, or just click above to get started.
If you're new to LaTeX, checkout the third part of our free online LaTeX course for more hints on creating presentations and drawings in LaTeX.
This two-column template also incorporates a great coloured title effect.
This was originally designed by Frits at howtotex.com, and is now pre-loaded in writeLaTeX and ready to go.
For more details click below to get started.
This simple Resume/CV template features a large sidebar with key information about you neatly presented for quick perusal with a simple and customizable timeline. Your main skills can be quickly highlighted using progress bars with ticks ranging from novice(0) to expert(5), this is particularly useful for programming languages and other skills where time is required for mastery. The template body is then presented delimited by large colored section titles (alternating gray and blue). Inside these, you can further divide content by subsection or simply write paragraphs. Lists of achievements or timelines can be constructed using one of two environments: long lists with descriptions or short one-line lists. The template features commented code for making it into a two-page Resume/CV where the document body simply continues onto the next page and the sidebar is displayed again on the second page.