Monthly Archives: January 2012

5 “Tricks” I Wish I Had Known About TeX at the Beginning

We have all had to learn to type using LaTeX. For most, myself included, trying to learn TeX is a nightmare. Although I consider myself nowhere near an expert in LaTeX, I have learned a couple of things the hard … Continue reading

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Research Delays

Today was the first day of classes for the 2012 spring semester at Western Kentucky University. I am taking Real Analysis and working on my thesis this semester. My professor for analysis gave some insight into research. As everyone who … Continue reading

Productive Procrastination: The Importance of Having Several Projects

At one point or another, something in your research will stall. Or it be proven useless, incorrect, or already shown in paper X. Co-authors and journals will take months to get back to you. Or your numerical simulation will take … Continue reading