Fondren library is pleased to offer a new subscription to the Rice Community! Overleaf is a collaborative cloud based LaTeX tool which makes writing, editing and publishing academic papers easier.

LaTeX is a document preparation system. It is based on TeX, a typesetting system. It is a popular tool for mathematical documents as it provide robust support for mathematical notation. This guide is meant as an introduction to the tool and to provide useful information and links to Latex resources.

The TeX Stack Exchange is a popular and very useful question-and-answer forum for users of TeX and related systems.

- Comparison of TeX editorsComparison of TeX editors and their available features.
- Learn LaTeXA good guide for learning the basics of LaTeX in Overleaf
- LaTeX and accessibilityIn short, LaTeX & Overleaf are still a long way from automatically producing accessible pdfs, though there are some steps authors can take to make their pdfs more accessible

- Tips and Tricks for Troubleshooting LaTeXA list of tips and tricks by Overleaf to help users identify and solve some of the most common LaTeX problems.

- AuthoreaAnother cloud-based LaTeX editor. Offers multiple writing formats, including HTML to facilitate collaboration with non-LaTeX users
- TeXmakerFree open source LaTeX editor that works with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Integrated PDF viewer
- TeXStudioAnother open source Latex editor that works with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
- TeXworksAnother open source editing option for LaTeX

- The Comprehensive LaTex Symbol ListThis document by Scott Pakin lists 18150 symbols and the corresponding LaTeX commands that produce them. Some of these symbols require fonts and packages that may need to be installed.