This template will help you to write your bibliographic and final reports using LaTeX. You'll find here the examples of text structuring as well as tables, figures, citations and references. For other features of LaTeX, see tutorials on:
Make a plan by changing the document's structure with \section and \subsection commands. Finally, delete the \lipsum fillings and start writing you report. Good luck!
For theses or dissertations containing many equations (typically mathematics or engineering students), Auburn University provides a set of LaTeX style files for automatic formatting.
To get started, simply click the 'Open as Template' button above to open the Auburn University LaTeX template with style files pre-loaded.
Then you can modify the \title, \author, \date, \copyrightyear, \adviser, and \professor tags for the preamble, and start writing your thesis or dissertation online.
For more information on getting started with LaTeX, see this free online introduction to LaTeX, visit the official LaTeX Project Site or check out Professor Stanley Reeves' website at Auburn University.