My Mathematics PhD research workflow
Earlier this year I started a PhD in pure mathematics at KU Leuven in Belgium and in this blog post I discuss my research workflow. I talk about how I take daily notes, both handwritten ones and ones in LaTeX and how I handle references, featuring a way to instantly add clickable references to my notes.
How I manage my LaTeX lecture notes
Over the past few years, I’ve been developing an efficient way to structure and organize my LaTeX lecture notes. In this blog post, I’ll explain my current solution. I’ve talked about taking notes and drawing figures before, which makes this the third post in a series explaining my note taking setup.
How I draw figures for my mathematical lecture notes using Inkscape
In my previous blog post, I explained how I take lecture notes using Vim and LaTeX. In this post, I’ll talk about how I draw figures for my notes using Inkscape and about my custom shortcut manager.
How I'm able to take notes in mathematics lectures using LaTeX and Vim
A while back I answered a question on Quora: Can people actually keep up with note-taking in Mathematics lectures with LaTeX. There, I explained my workflow of taking lecture notes in LaTeX using Vim and how I draw figures in Inkscape. However, a lot has changed since then and I’d like to write a few blog posts explaining my workflow.