Email: greg.taylor@oii.ox.ac.uk

Greg Taylor
Microeconomist at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

Links to External Sites

Institutions

Oxford Internet Institute
Nuffield College
University of Oxford
University of Southampton Department of Economics

Coauthors

Alexandre de Cornière
Andrew Rhodes

Some Useful Tools & Resources

ShareLaTeX - A complete online LaTeX environment that allows you to edit, compile, and view LaTeX documents (complete with supporting files such as figures and BibTeX databases) through a web browser. Also allows real-time collaboration on LaTeX documents. The underlying software is open source, so you can also host it on your own server.

QTikZ/KtikZ - A simple application that compiles a preview of entered PGF TikZ code in real time. This is a very useful tool for putting together attractive figures using TikZ and PGF Plots.

Sciencesoft LaTeX Flash Application - A web-based flash applet that allows you to enter LaTeX code and compile it to a PDF remotely on their server. I find this a quick an easy way to create vector LaTeX equations for inclusion in figures drawn in Adobe

LaTeX Word Counter - A web-based and downloadable tool for counting the number of words in a LaTeX document. The downloadable version can also count words in the bibliography.

LaTeX Font Catalog - Find a new font for your LaTeX document. I am a particular fan of \usepackage{fouriernc}, which puts a nice, dense chunk of black on the page.

Mendeley - A database system for tracking academic papers and exporting them for bibliographic citation.

TeX Stack Exchange - The best place to get help with the most difficult of LaTeX problems you encounter.