LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system, with features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. It is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents.

Tutorial materials:

Useful style files:

  • LaTeX for linguists has descriptions and links to various useful style files.
  • avm.sty: Macros for doing avms in latex
  • lingmacros.sty: Macros for interlinear glossed text, citing examples, etc.
  • rtrees.sty: Macros for drawing trees, with and without avms at the nodes
  • robbib.bst: Bibliography file 1 -- use this with robbib.sty
  • robbib.sty: Bibliography file 2 -- use this with robbib.bst

Using LaTeX:

Reference Charts:

-- BillMcNeill - 14 Jan 2005, EmilyBender - 21 Jan 2005

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pdfpdf LaTeX_Guide.pdf manage 2371.8 K 2009-08-14 - 22:01 UnknownUser LaTeX Manual
pdfpdf TIPA_A_System_for_Processing_Phonetic_Symbols_in_LATEX.pdf manage 308.0 K 2009-08-14 - 22:07 UnknownUser Short Guide to TIPA
pdfpdf TIPA_Manual.pdf manage 2357.7 K 2009-08-14 - 22:06 UnknownUser TIPA Manual
pdfpdf The_beamer_class.pdf manage 1741.7 K 2009-08-14 - 22:03 UnknownUser Guide to Beamer (LaTeX Package for Creating Presentations)
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