WriteLaTeX is being used to teach math and science courses in universities around the world. Find out more in this short introductory video.
WriteLaTeX co-founder John Hammersley shows how to use the service to create, edit and share your scientific work.
May has been a busy month at writeLaTeX -- we've welcomed lots of new users, and seen some great new projects and collaborations! If you've missed any of our recent announcements, here's a quick summary.
I'm a PhD student and recently had to write a couple of papers for a conference. Despite emailing the pdfs for review to my supervisors, after submitting things still got missed.
I'm hoping writeLaTeX will enable a more collaborative means to write documents and ensure the latest version is worked upon.
I use pdf_tex files for my graphs, and since the writeLaTeX team added support so I could use them in my documents here, I wanted to share how this style of graph is achieved so others can produce beautiful vector based graphics.
This is an excellent collection of talks from the Future of Science event held in Oxford last month: rigourandopenness.com
Entitled "Rigour and Openness in 21st Century Science", the event brought together representatives from the many areas of science and publication...