Lyx master thesis layout
When first attempting to use the LaTeX document class from my university I spent a lot of time trying to get the document class to show up as an option in Lyx. I used Inkscape for all of the figures in my thesis.
I used Inkscape for all of the figures in my thesis. Fortunately this can be automated by creating a patch file. The ability to scrap a paragraph and know that you can quickly and easily revert to the old version if necessary frees the writer to attempt larger changes than would otherwise be convenient. In this case fix the file manually and re-create the patch file for future use. If you look at your document settings in Lyx you will see a long list of document classes. The template requires LaTeX packages: koma-script, tocloft, minitoc, kluwer, fancyhdr, prettyref. Once I had the LaTeX file it was simple to edit it and replace the document class name with the one provided by the University and add the additional LaTeX commands which were required. This page is intended to contain examples of thesis MSc or PhD. Note: If the title page provided by your university cannot be easily converted to Lyx. The template also contains stylish examples of article, book and CV based on the same typographical principles from classicthesis. To create a patch file both the unmodified and modified files are required.
In a normal word processor this tendency manifests as losing my train of thought when I stop to format the document. Lyx also handles cross references and the bibliography in a nice intuitive manor. You should make use of this resource because it will save you the large amount of work involved in getting the document to match the university requirements.
It's possible to insert another title page in the form of a PDF file as such.
Since Lyx cannot make use of native SVG files my solution was to save the figure in SVG format in case I wanted to do future editing and also export an. I hope this information will be useful to others as well. Lyx is a front-end for LaTeX.
After exporting your Lyx document to LaTeX pdflatex open up the file in an editor. In this case fix the file manually and re-create the patch file for future use. When first attempting to use the LaTeX document class from my university I spent a lot of time trying to get the document class to show up as an option in Lyx. Then re-export the file from Lyx to obtain the unmodified version. Lyx is a front-end for LaTeX. The template is self-contained, and uses the local layout feature meaning you don't have to install LyX. I personally find it quite liberating because I have the tendency to obsess over the visual details as I write. Fortunately it is a simple matter to maintain a patch file with the necessary changes and apply it to the exported LaTeX file after revisions have been made. Fortunately this can be automated by creating a patch file. The files do not use a "complete" layout file, therefore, it is not a "full" template yet.
This is a short tutorial explaining this decision and how it was accomplished. The files do not use a "complete" layout file, therefore, it is not a "full" template yet.
This template is written in book KOMA-script document class.
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