Month: April 2015

Note taking with LaTeX for learning
Summarizing a text book is easy in LaTeX, but sometimes I want to learn the summarized text. Reading the summary over and over again is not very efficient, so I came up with the typical solution, where you can hide the main part of the summary and can check your knowledge by asking yourself questions based on keywords in the margin. Here is an example, where I started summarizing the R package data.table:
Now I use hide the main text and can ask myself the questions:
 Express the data.table in SQLform?
 How to create a data.table?
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