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How to use this group
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How to Post
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This group is very similar to the old Google Group but it has some additional features.
How to Post
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To post from

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Dorte Madsen
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Welcome to the Construction Team, find important resources in this post
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Welcome to the Construction Forum. This group aims to support the building efforts of faculty, instructional designers, and student developers of content on the LibreTexts libraries.
If you are new
Welcome to the Construction Forum. This group aims to support the building efforts of faculty, instructional designers, and student developers of content on the LibreTexts libraries.
If you are new

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Dorte Madsen
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Questions?
Hi everybody,
Welcome to the new Libretexts construction group! I am hoping that the lack of activity in this forum means that none of you are having problems in your work on the Libretexts libraries,
Hi everybody,
Welcome to the new Libretexts construction group! I am hoping that the lack of activity in this forum means that none of you are having problems in your work on the Libretexts libraries,

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Dorte Madsen
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Atribution best practices?
#Figures
I've been wondering if we have a standard format for providing attributions for graphics? The Construction Guide doesn't really mention much:
I've been wondering if we have a standard format for providing attributions for graphics? The Construction Guide doesn't really mention much:

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Arnie Schoenberg
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Re: Atribution best practices?
#Figures
Arnie:
Many of the texts/projects that are harvested have their own style. We preserve then since changing them is not at the top of our list of things to so. My preference is adding something like
Arnie:
Many of the texts/projects that are harvested have their own style. We preserve then since changing them is not at the top of our list of things to so. My preference is adding something like

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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General Format of Exercise Section
From Paul Seeburger:
Hello, Preeti!
I'll be glad to give you some direction on these.
At this point, I'd like to see
From Paul Seeburger:
Hello, Preeti!
I'll be glad to give you some direction on these.
At this point, I'd like to see

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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Re: General Format of Exercise Section
thank you
From: LibretextsConstructionForum@groups.io <LibretextsConstructionForum@groups.io> on behalf of Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2019 3:11 PM
To:
thank you
From: LibretextsConstructionForum@groups.io <LibretextsConstructionForum@groups.io> on behalf of Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2019 3:11 PM
To:

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Preeti Chitre
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Re: McMurry Map ExercisesSolutions
I favor flexibility and allowing faculty to chose their preference.
However, having the questions in one area in a chapter provides that flexibility as we can transclude them
I favor flexibility and allowing faculty to chose their preference.
However, having the questions in one area in a chapter provides that flexibility as we can transclude them

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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Re: McMurry Map ExercisesSolutions
Delmar:
Okay, so if we have one area with all the chapter questions/answers and say they were coupled like:
1 Question  Answer (hidden)
2 Question  Answer (hidden)
3 Question  Answer
Delmar:
Okay, so if we have one area with all the chapter questions/answers and say they were coupled like:
1 Question  Answer (hidden)
2 Question  Answer (hidden)
3 Question  Answer

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Dr. Dietmar Kennepohl <dietmark@...>
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Re: McMurry Map ExercisesSolutions
On 2/15/2019 1:06 PM, Dr. Dietmar Kennepohl wrote:
We can follow this approach in the chapter Q/A depot.
Not sure. If we can tranclude to one page, we can to any
On 2/15/2019 1:06 PM, Dr. Dietmar Kennepohl wrote:
We can follow this approach in the chapter Q/A depot.
Not sure. If we can tranclude to one page, we can to any

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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MathPix to making Equation Construction EASY
#Equations
Dear Developers:
Want to make your typesetting easier? For those of you working with projects requiring typesetting equations, it should be clear to you that this is the limiting factor in
Dear Developers:
Want to make your typesetting easier? For those of you working with projects requiring typesetting equations, it should be clear to you that this is the limiting factor in

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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Page Indexing Error
#Formatting
My page index is returning an error even though the title appears to be normally formatted. I recall a message about this issue, but the solution included in the previous message isn't solving the
My page index is returning an error even though the title appears to be normally formatted. I recall a message about this issue, but the solution included in the previous message isn't solving the

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qdnguy@...
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Re: Page Indexing Error
#Formatting
That is because the page is not rendered correct below. All that white space means your HTML is screwy and thus mathjax does not render properly (even if written correctly) above.
That is because the page is not rendered correct below. All that white space means your HTML is screwy and thus mathjax does not render properly (even if written correctly) above.

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
Another typesetting right.
In mathjax/latex, instead of using \bigg for surrounding expressions, it is best to user \left and \right.
For example, use
\[\left[ \theta + \frac{
Another typesetting right.
In mathjax/latex, instead of using \bigg for surrounding expressions, it is best to user \left and \right.
For example, use
\[\left[ \theta + \frac{

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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Re: latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
Is there a way to make /left and /right work for Dirac braket notation instead of using \big?
Is there a way to make /left and /right work for Dirac braket notation instead of using \big?

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aamilkey@...
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Re: latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
Try
\left \right\rangle as in
\left \dfrac{a}{b} \right\rangle
Josh Halpern
Try
\left \right\rangle as in
\left \dfrac{a}{b} \right\rangle
Josh Halpern

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Josh Halpern
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Re: latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
Thank you!
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aamilkey@...
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Bordermatrix Function
Does the LibreText site have a way to label columns and rows on matrices? The site didn't seem to support the version of the bordermatrix function that I found online:
\bordermatrix{ ~ & b & c \cr
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Does the LibreText site have a way to label columns and rows on matrices? The site didn't seem to support the version of the bordermatrix function that I found online:
\bordermatrix{ ~ & b & c \cr
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aamilkey@...
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Re: Bordermatrix Function
Alexandra:
This may help:
https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/Remixer_University/LibreTexts_Construction_Guide/06%3A_Adding_and_Editing_Equations/LaTeX%2F%2FMathJax_Markup
Delmar
Alexandra:
This may help:
https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/Remixer_University/LibreTexts_Construction_Guide/06%3A_Adding_and_Editing_Equations/LaTeX%2F%2FMathJax_Markup
Delmar

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Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
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Re: Bordermatrix Function
Hi Alexandra,
Try this:
\begin{array}{lrl} {} & {b} & {c} \\ {1} & {(2} & {3)}\end{array}
Dorte
Hi Alexandra,
Try this:
\begin{array}{lrl} {} & {b} & {c} \\ {1} & {(2} & {3)}\end{array}
Dorte

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Dorte Madsen
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