LaTeX in half an hour for linguists (and others)

A self-illustrating tutorial on using LaTeX, aimed at linguists, but it should be useful for non-linguists as well:

It illustrates a number of basic things: enough to cover all of the basic things a linguist would need for writing a paper (excluding bibliography things for the moment), and shows off some of the more exciting typographical possibilities of LaTeX.

The .tex file is directly accessible here:

And the resulting .pdf here:

Benjamin Slade
Benjamin Slade
Associate Professor of Linguistics

My research interests include formal semantics and syntax, historical linguistics, South Asian and Caribbean languages, and the use of computational concepts in formal linguistics.