This template includes a variety of useful packages to help you write your thesis without regards for the style. It is divided in a simple yet standardized and logical sections from beginning to end and contains all important aspects that must be taken into consideration such as bibliography and tables of contents, lists, figures and so on.
Note: This template comes with some guides to help you create environments for inserting images, tables, code snippets, etc., but I highly recommend you to learn a little bit more about latex, especially if you have never used it before
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Doing research and not getting lost in the nitty gritty details or becoming a master procrastinator can be hard sometimes. A research diary or journal, which helps you documenting your progress, feelings and learnings, can have a big impact on your research success.
After reading a lot about journaling during a PhD I went about searching for a clean and simple latex template that would help me to get started. However, I only found either classic lab reports or overly complicated solutions.
Thus, I set up my own document that provides a basic structure for doing daily journaling and also assists with reviewing one's progress on a weekly basis.
This template is as easy as it gets. This is the whole purpose of this template - to facilitate your setup of your own research diary!
How to contribute:
If you wish to contribute to this repository - e.g. adding new languages or making this rudimentary template a bit more fancy -, you are welcome to do so! Just fork the repository (https://github.com/SimonHashtag/research_diary_latex_template) and propose your changes via a pull request. Please add sufficient documentation so that the changes are traceable and understandable.