A simple project meant to create a PDF version of a Wikibook I've been working on for the past few years. It's just an APA paper, as simple as it could be, but it's filled with useful information in my field of coaching.
Suppose we have some topological spaces lying around. How can we build new topological spaces using the old ones? There are four fundamental constructions: subspaces, disjoint unions, products, and quotients. Defining the topologies on each can be done in two ways. One way is through ad hoc definitions. These definitions make some intuitive sense, but look very different from one construction to the next. The other way uses canonical maps. Canonical maps provide a single framework in which all constructions obey the same unifying principle.
This is a direct copy of the codes in section 2.9 of the pgfgantt package
documentation (See page 45)
except the color setting.
Alone with this one,
this examples shows how to make Gantt charts for project planning in LaTeX with the pgfgantt package. They are from the package documentation. The pgfgantt package provides many useful macros for generating the calendar for the Gantt chart for either absolute or relative dates. It also provides macros for grouping and linking tasks, and for full control over the styling of the chart.