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This is a presentation I gave about what LaTeX can do some years ago. I've continued to update it (slightly) for other talks. As this is quite a large project with many files and packages, users on the Free plan may not be able to compile it successfully on Overleaf. If that's the case, feel free to grab the PDF here, and download the sources as a .zip for offline perusal/compilation!
This is not an official template.
It is almost entirely https://github.com/james-kennedy/PlymouthUniThesisTemplate by James Kennedy, which is itself based on https://sites.google.com/site/mcoath/other/latex/uop-latex-stuff by Martin Coath.
I have updated the University logo and added epigraphs.
This template is offered as-is. I do not plan to maintain it, so if the Plymouth University formatting requirements change, then this may be outdated.