Pablo Díaz

Well, first of all, install latex on Linux distros are different from Windows version due package managers:

  • On Linux, you need to install apt-get dependencies in your own.
  • On Windows, you can hit the play button and the MikTex package manager will download and install dependencies.

So, to install TexStudio you can run:

Then install the dependencies, but which dependencies do we need? I highly recommend to install all of them.

If you get an error, install them with the commands below:

That’s all, you can run as usual.

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Some stuff when doing an investigation are unconfortable to do it. One of them is doing a review of a state of art (SOTA) of your topic.

4 pages to do a better work

1. Stateoftheart.ai

“An open-data and free platform built by the research community to facilitate the collaborative development of AI”

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Pablo Díaz

Pablo Díaz

Autodidact, Bac. Mechatronic Engineering. I’m on Github, LinkedIn, ResearchGate and Medium. Dreaming the next 50 years of Perú.