Here are some suggestions for using Latex nicely in theses and papers.
  • Use unbreakable space, ~, whenever something should not appear on the next line.
    • Ex: citations.
      • ... has been studied in the first OPUCEM article.~\cite{ref:opucem}
    • Ex: references.
      • ... the result can be seen in Fig.~\ref{fig:datamc}, and the efficiencies are given in Table~\ref{tab:eff}.
  • Units must always be following the numbers. The simplest way for this might appear to be using unbreakable space, but that causes the number and unit to get separated too much, instead you thin space, \,.
    • The mass of the Higgs Boson is 126\,GeV.
Topic revision: r1 - 29 Aug 2020, ErkcanOzcan

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