# 10 tips for your Thesis

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- | # Use a system to organize your pdf's, for example | + | # 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] <br/> Note that Mendeley has a very nice [[Mendeley web import tool | web import tool]] | ||

# 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]] | ||

# Use the [[Matlab tools]] provided on this wiki and share your own generic Matlab functions here | # Use the [[Matlab tools]] provided on this wiki and share your own generic Matlab functions here | ||

+ | # 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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## Current revision as of 07:44, 4 October 2012

- Make regular and automated backups, using SyncBack for instance
- Use a system to organize your pdf's, for example Mendeley or Jabref

Note that Mendeley has a very nice web import tool - If your article does not fit in the required number of pages, use these tricks
- Use the Matlab tools provided on this wiki and share your own generic Matlab functions here
- Participate in one of the projects such as Robocup or ATeam to broaden your scope and improve practical skills