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The PhD Thesis Latex Template for TRAIL, The Netherlands
This latex template is created for PhD students from the Trail Research School easily organize their PhD Theis using latex. The format is checked and confirmed by Trail. If you are the PhD student struggling with the Latex problems for your Thesis, this is exactly what you need.
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Last update: 8th MAR 2023
Online Overleaf Demo (Read-only)
Download the Latex Template
You can download the latex source file in two ways, i.e. on the Github repository (recommended), or via the online demo on Overleaf.
- On Github
- Visit the repository on Github (Click the Github link below).
- Click the “Code” button in Green.
- Select the “Download ZIP”.
- On Overleaf
- Visit the online read-only demo on the Overleaf
- Click the “Menu” on the top-left corner of the demo page.
- Click the “Source” below the Download section.
Use it on your local computer:
- Download this project as a zip file (or Clone it if you are familiar with Git) to your local folder.
- Compile it with your Latex tool locally using: pdfLaTex
Use it online (Overleaf):
There are two ways to set up your own thesis project based on this latex template on the Overleaf, i.e. upload the template zip file, or link it to your Github repository (for advanced user).
- Create an Overleaf project by uploading zip file
- Download the zip file of this latex template to your local folder.
- In your Overleaf project page, click “New Project” -> “Upload Project”
- Select the zip file of this latex template on your local folder and upload it.
- Recompile it.
- Create an Overleaf project by linking to your own Github repository (for advanced user)
- Git Fork this project to your own GitHub repositories.
- On your Overleaf, click ‘New Project’ -> ‘Import from GitHub’.
- Make sure your Overleaf has been linked with your GitHub account. It’s easy.
- Select the forked project from your GitHub repositories and import it to your Overleaf.
- Click ‘Compile’. The default mode should be ‘pdfLaTex’.
Again, please compile this project using: pdfLaTex
- The main latex file: thesis.tex.
- The Title page file: ./0-misc/title.tex.
- The bibliography file (references): references.bib.
- The global page margin setting: thesis.tex, line 32, currently left=1cm, right=1cm, can be customised.
- To add or remove the crop line (cutting line) of each page, change the color from “white” to “black” in line 166 of trailthesis.cls.
- Other settings: ./0-misc/defs_user.tex.
- The complied result: thesis.pdf.
- Check the 0-misc folder for other chapters, e.g. Preface, author, summary, summary(Dutch), and trail thesis series.
This version is revised in 2020 based on the version of Rudy Negenborn created in 2009. It is the most updated version for TRAIL. It can be compiled directly without any changes.
You can also refer to Rudy’s readme.txt for detail information. Note, some configuration has been removed to make the template as simple as possible.
Thanks Conchita van der Stelt from the Trail Research School for reviewing this template.
Thanks Bellows Wang for testing this project.
Thanks Rudy Negenborn for the original version.
Feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
💌 vincent.gong7 [at] gmail.com
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