A beamer theme that conforms to the corporate design of the University of Leipzig.
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\subtitle[Beamer Theme]{Beamer theme}
\institute{Institute of Mathematics}
\thankstitle{Thank You!}
\address{Augustusplatz 10, 04109 Leipzig}
\phone{+49 1234 5678910}
\begin{frame}{Table of contents}
\setbeamertemplate{section in toc}[sections numbered]
The \themename theme is a Beamer theme that complies with the corporate design of the Leipzig University.
Enable the theme by loading
\begin{frame}[fragile]{Package Options}
\item[\texttt{serifmath}] displays math with serifs, using the
traditional CM fonts
\item[\texttt{nosectionpages}] hides section pages.
\item[\texttt{aspectratio=169}] to enable 16:9 aspect ratio (default is 4:3)
\begin{frame}[fragile]{Title Page Macros}
The usual title page macros such as author, date, title and subtitle are supported.
Additional options include:
\item short title for use in the header: \verb+\title[short title]{long title}+ (analogous for subtitle)
\item institution for use in the footer: \\ \verb+\institute{institution}+
\item additional graphics on the title page: \\ \verb+\titlegraphic{filename}+
\item location of the talk: \verb+\location{location}+
\begin{frame}[fragile]{Thanks Page Macros}
A ``Thank You!''-Page can be displayed using \verb+\makethanks+. The displayed information can be specified using:
\item \verb+\thankstitle{}+ for a customized thank-you text, default is ``Vielen Dank''
\item \verb+\address{}+
\item \verb+\email{}+
\item \verb+\phone{}+
\item \verb+\website{}+ - default is \texttt{www.uni-leipzig.de}, leave empty to disable
You can \emph{emphasize} text, \alert{accent}
parts or show \textbf{bold} results.
You can \emph{emphasize} text, \alert{accent} parts or show \textbf{bold} results.\footnote{Footnotes work as well.}
\begin{frame}{Font features}
\item Regular
\item \textit{Italic}
\item \textbf{Bold}
\item \textbf{\textit{Bold Italic}}
\item \texttt{Monospace}
\item \texttt{\textit{Monospace Italic}}
\item \texttt{\textbf{Monospace Bold}}
\item \texttt{\textbf{\textit{Monospace Bold Italic}}}
\item Item \item Item \item Item
\item First \item Second \item Last
\item[Caption] Text
\item[Caption] Text
\item[Caption] Text
\colorlet{col1}{alerted text.fg!80}
\colorlet{col2}{alerted text.fg!60}
\colorlet{col3}{alerted text.fg!40}
\colorlet{col4}{alerted text.fg!20}
\draw [help lines] (-4.25,-1.25) grid (4.25,1.5);
\draw [help lines,step=0.25cm] (-2.99,0) grid (2.99,0.99);
\filldraw [fill=col3] plot[id=f1,domain=-3:-2] function {exp(-x*x/2)}
-- (-2,0) -- (-3,0) -- cycle;
\filldraw [fill=col2] plot[id=f2,domain=-2:-1] function {exp(-x*x/2)}
-- (-1,0) -- (-2,0) -- cycle;
\filldraw [fill=col1] plot[id=f3,domain=-1:0] function {exp(-x*x/2)}
-- (0,0) -- (-1,0) -- cycle;
\filldraw [fill=col1] plot[id=f4,domain=0:1] function {exp(-x*x/2)}
-- (1,0) -- (0,0) -- cycle;
\filldraw [fill=col2] plot[id=f5,domain=1:2] function {exp(-x*x/2)}
-- (2,0) -- (1,0) -- cycle;
\filldraw [fill=col3] plot[id=f6,domain=2:3] function {exp(-x*x/2)}
-- (3,0) -- (2,0) -- cycle;
\draw[black] plot[id=f7,domain=-4.25:4.25,samples=100]
function {exp(-x*x/2)};
\draw[->] (-4.25,0) -- (4.25,0) node [right] {$x$};
\foreach \pos/\label in {-3/$-3\sigma$,-2/$-2\sigma$,-1/$-\sigma$,
\draw (\pos,0) -- (\pos,-0.1) (\pos cm,-3ex) node
[anchor=base,fill=white,inner sep=1pt] {\label};
\draw (-0.1,1) -- (.1,1) node [right,fill=white,inner sep=1pt] {$\sigma$};
\foreach \pos/\percent/\height in {1/34/0.5,2/14/0.25,3/2/0.125,4/0.1/0.1}
inner sep=1pt] at (\pos,\height) {$\percent\%$};
inner sep=1pt] at (-\pos,\height) {$\percent\%$};
\caption{Standard deviation from \href{http://texample.net/tikz/examples/standard-deviation/}{texample.net}.}
\caption{Largest cities in the world (source: Wikipedia)}
\begin{tabular}{@{} lr @{}}
City & Population\\
Mexico City & 20,116,842\\
Shanghai & 19,210,000\\
Peking & 15,796,450\\
Istanbul & 14,160,467\\
Three different block environments are pre-defined.
Block content.
Block content.
Block content.
For a general introduction to creating slides with Beamer, refer to the Beamer manual.\cite{BeamerManual}
To split your bibliography into multiple frames, use the \verb+[allowframebreaks]+ option.
Things that differ in the \LaTeX~ version compared to the original \texttt{.pptx} style:
\item the footer does not include the university wordmark, as a vector-based graphic file of such is not obtainable from the university
\item the frame titles are not converted to uppercase, as this introduces a bug with the \texttt{[allowframebreaks]} option