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The Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) LaTeX Guide
This website contains some information about how LaTex works, some instructions on how to install an editor on your computer, and an extensive list of math commands. Accessed 05/09/14.
The Not So Short Guide to LaTeX 2e
This PDF covers typesetting, formatting, graphics, indexes and bibliographies. Includes an index of the contents. Makes a great reference guide. Accessed 05/09/14.
Wikibooks - LaTeX
This website is comprehensive, and includes detailed information about how to use LaTeX as well as technical information about how the system works. Also available as a PDF
. Accessed 05/09/14
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Comparison of TeX editors - Wikipedia
Detailed table of the different TeX editors and their features. Useful for intermediate to advanced users who have specific typesetting needs. Accessed 05/09/14.
BibTeX is a citation manager used with LaTeX. Sources are listed in a bibliography file (in .bib format) that can be referenced by the .tex files.