This document describes how to use the puthesis (Purdue University thesis, v1.9.23) LaTeX template in the Overleaf editor to prepare Master theses and PhD dissertations.
Please note that at the present time, Overleaf is not a suitable platform for Theses that include export controlled information. If your thesis was generated from a project with a Technology Control Plan, please contact email@example.com before proceeding.
Guidelines for getting started
Open the template and replace the title, author, and other information there with your information.
Why write your thesis in LaTeX?
For more help and information
1) On the thesis template: Please see the University's Frequently asked questions section.
Please send any feedback to Mark D. Jaeger (markj at purdue.edu), Manager, Thesis/Dissertation Office.
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