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In this video I'm going to show you how to write a beautiful thesis using latex and I don't mean the actual content of the thesis that's up to you what I mean here is how do you take that content put it into a document and actually beautifully display it for example this is my thesis and there's lots of equations and paragraphs and figures structured like bibliographies and references and appendices how do you take all of that and make one beautiful document so that's what we're going to talk about in this video now if you're a complete beginner to LaTeX that's totally fine I actually have two previous videos that introduced LaTeX from the very beginning so check those out down in the description but in this video we're going to build on that to talk about all the different components that are relevant for writing a thesis now if you're on the fence about whether you should even use LaTeX for your thesis like do you want to learn this whole markup language...