LaTeX and BibTeX
LaTeX is the name of an open source document markup language used for documents requiring the TeX typesetting program. The typographical output of TeX is particularly good for mathematical and scientific publications.
LaTeX from Wikipedia
What are TeX and its friends? (from the CTAN: TeX archive)
The word BibTeX stands for a tool and a file format which are used to describe and process lists of references, mostly in conjunction with LaTeX documents. Many citation management tools support the ability to export and import lists of references in .bib format. Some tools, such as Mendeley can generate BibTeX files of your library or folders for use in your LaTeX documents.
Information on using LaTex at Stanford
Stanford University LaTeX thesis style file (suthesis-2e.sty)
This wiki is for Stanford students who need help formatting a dissertation or thesis as a PDF file for electronic submission. It is also for Stanford students who want to help other students by sharing their tips and tricks for making PDFs from files created using Microsoft Word, LaTeX, or similar applications.
The Stanford University Libraries are sponsoring a one year free trial of Overleaf/WriteLaTeX for all students, faculty and staff who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.
March 11, 2105: We would like your feeback on the Overleaf Trial. Are you using Overleaf? Do you have suggestions for the Overleaf development team? Use this link to provide your comments.