Presento is a clean, simple and extensible template for presentations — supported by XeTeX and Beamer. This template has been adapted from the original version for Overleaf.
For usage instructions please see either the source on Github or the README file accessible within the template.
With the emergence of systems archiving and distribution of PACS medical imaging, also emerged the need to store those images off-site environment, this project aims to study this need, trying to offer a service within an information infrastructure that can integrate the environment site with a remote environment, a transparent and heterogeneous, taking account of the needs of users of teleradiology.
Keywords: PACS, teleradiology, Medical Imaging, Archiving.
This is an example of a very, very basic conference abstract booklet, with an author index. Each abstract can have an optional text that will be displayed in the margin — e.g. the time and room of the presentation.
The AcroTeX bundle (LPPL 1.2) contains:
the web package to redefine page layout to web-friendly dimensions;
the exerquiz package for defining on-line exercises and quizzes of various sorts;
the eForms package for support of PDF forms;
the eq2db package for converting an exerquiz quiz for processing by a ASP server-side script.
Note that not all features are supported on Overleaf's preview panel for now; similarly, not all features are supported on all PDF viewers. For best effect, download a copy of the the output PDF, and use Adobe Reader or Acrobat Distiller to open it.
Provides basic header for name, course etc. plus a variety of useful shorthand for maths and physics. Made for the MSc students at LJMU API to give them a route in to using LaTeX for their work by practising on tutorial assignments. Modified version of one used by OU students put together by various people over time and further hacked and augmented with more bits taken from the internet a long time ago (source forgotten).
Medium Length Graduate Curriculum Vitae
Version 1.1 (9/12/12)
This template has been downloaded from:
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (http://www.rpi.edu/dept/arc/training/latex/resumes/)
This template requires the res.cls file to be in the same directory as the
.tex file. The res.cls file provides the resume style used for structuring the