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TeXStudio Review: Is it the most complete LaTeX Editor?

A detailed and practical review of one of the most amazing LaTeX editors available for all desktop platforms like Windows, Mac and Linux. TeXStudio is a team project of Benito van der Zander, Jan Sundermeyer, Daniel Braun and Tim Hoffmann, forked from the TeXMaker application, a non-open source application, which open-source development stalled in 2009.

It was mid 2012, the first time I installed TeXstudio version 2.3, on my PC. ‘Peaceful‘ was the word I used to describe it then after. TeXstudio has now gradually inched to version 2.12.22 and by time being even more peaceful and wonderful. Wonder why did I call it ‘peaceful’? Writing LaTeX is a real pain, when you are willing to…

Top 10 ways to dominate your final exams

How many weeks are left before your final exams? Are you ready to score memorable grades? If not, you may just have to wait another 12 months to re-take exams and no student wants that to happen. GCSE students who fail won’t be able to pursue A-levels, and A-level students who fail (or get low…

Best Free and Premium WordPress Themes for Mathematics and Science blogs

A template for Science or Mathematics web/blog must be clean, readable, print & formula friendly. This article enlist the most promising WordPress themes for Science & Mathematics education blogs. The list applies to both, free WordPress.com & self hosted WordPress.org blogs.

For a mathematics website or blog, the very first requirement is nothing but excellent readability. The reader must be focused on the content all the time she spends on your site. Any extra gimmicks will lose her trust in your site. After being inspired by the designs of the best mathematics and science blogs, we…

Examination Strategies : Tactics & Tips

Every student or graduate knows how hard the first experience of passing exams is. Preliminary preparation starves the nervous system and the physical condition of the human body, however, the exam itself is always a stressful situation, which requires a candidate a great manifestation of mental and physical abilities. Therefore, just the knowledge of a…

WordPress URL Shortening: An Interesting Consequence

Long post and page URLs can be annoying. Take an example: https://gauravtiwari.org/2011/02/06/derivative-of-x-squared-is-2x-or-x-where-is-the-fallacy/ (one of the most popular posts from my blog). Will you like to write these (about) a hundred characters? Or will you prefer URL shorteners, like bit.ly or wp.me, instead? As a third option, you may say, “I can just copy and paste the URLs to…

6 Best Social Networks for Math Majors

Are you a math major looking for some social networks to join? If you are one, you are at the right place. In this article, I have listed some of the best social networks for math majors that you join. Math or Mathematics is not as difficult as it is thought to be. Mathematical Patterns,…

Free Online Calculus Text Books

In this list, I have collected all useful and important free online calculus textbooks, mostly in downloadable pdf format. Feel free to download and use these. Elementary Calculus : An approach using infinitesimals by H. J. Keisler https://www.math.wisc.edu/~keisler/keislercalc-12-23-18.pdf Multivariable Calculus by Jim Herod and George Cain http://people.math.gatech.edu/~cain/notes/calculus.html Calculus by Gilbert Strang http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/textbooks/Strang/strangtext.htm Calculus Bible by…

5 Chemists Killed or Injured by their Experiments

Chemistry is a strange subject and to discover great things, Chemists had to suffer great as well. Here are 5 chemists killed or injured by their experiments. Karl Scheele He died while testing his discoveries. Scheele was a brilliant pharmaceutical chemist who discovered many chemical elements-Oxygen, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Manganese and Chlorine. He also discovered a…