[texhax] General Advice on Combining Documents for a Thesis
thomasjacobs at gmail.com
Sun May 30 14:02:35 CEST 2010
Thanks for the reference.
On Sun, May 30, 2010 at 1:17 AM, <texhax at uit.co.uk> wrote:
> Yes, minitoc does have a chapter TOC option. It works
> fine and is easy to set up -- we use it all the time.
> There's an example of it in the:
> in the "Resources" box on web page:
> > Date: Sat, 29 May 2010 09:00:48 -0400
> > From: "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/OSELS/NCPHI)" <rjf2 at CDC.GOV>
> > Subject: Re: [texhax] General Advice on Combining Documents for a
> > Thesis
> > > Date: Sat, 29 May 2010 01:55:16 +0200
> > > From: Reinhard Kotucha <reinhard.kotucha at web.de>
> > > To: ThomasJacobs at gmail.com
> > > Subject: Re: [texhax] General Advice on Combining Documents
> > > for a Thesis
> > > On 28 May 2010 Thomas Jacobs wrote: I am a doctoral
> > > > student in Finance where the practice is to write
> > > > three papers (not necessarily related) and combine
> > > > them into a thesis.
> > > >
> > > > Thesis Title Page, Abstract, Table of Contents,
> > > > Paper 1 Title Page, Abstract, Body, References,
> > > > Paper 2 Title Page, Abstract, Body, References,
> > > > Paper 3 Title Page, Abstract, Body, References,
> > > > Thesis Conclusion
> > > > I have been unable to decipher how to do this in
> > > > LaTeX, particularly as most web available code
> > > > skeletons or guides assume a single set of
> > > > references, etc.
> > > > When I try to combine them in one TeX file I get
> > > > errors if I have more than one document begin and
> > > > end line and am uncertain how I would code the
> > > > three distinct sets of references.
> > The minitoc packages may provide what you are looking
> > iirc there is a chapter-toc option
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