10 tips for your Thesis

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# Make regular and automated backups, using [http://www.2brightsparks.com/syncback/index.html SyncBack] for instance
# Use a system to organize your pdf's, for example [http://www.mendeley.com Mendeley] or [http://jabref.sourceforge.net Jabref]
# Use a system to organize your pdf's, for example [http://www.mendeley.com Mendeley] or [http://jabref.sourceforge.net Jabref]
# If your article does not fit in the required number of pages, use these [[Latex tricks to reduce the number of pages of articles | tricks]]
# If your article does not fit in the required number of pages, use these [[Latex tricks to reduce the number of pages of articles | tricks]]
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# Participate in one of the projects such as [http://www.techunited.nl Robocup] or [http://ateam.wtb.tue.nl ATeam] to broaden your scope and improve practical skills
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Revision as of 09:20, 15 March 2012

  1. Make regular and automated backups, using SyncBack for instance
  2. Use a system to organize your pdf's, for example Mendeley or Jabref
  3. If your article does not fit in the required number of pages, use these tricks
  4. Use the Matlab tools provided on this wiki and share your own generic Matlab functions here
  5. Participate in one of the projects such as Robocup or ATeam to broaden your scope and improve practical skills
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