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# LaTeX for CoAD: Sections and Itemizing Lists

## Sections and Lists

Sections
You can create numbered and unnumbered sections in LaTeX.  For unnumbered sections, include an asterisk after section.

For numbered sections use:
\section{Introduction}

For unnumbered sections use:
\section*{Introduction}

Lists

Creating itemized and numbered lists in LaTex is relatively simple: use {itemize} for bullet points and {enumerate} for numbers

Simple Example:
\begin{itemize}
\item My first list item
\item My second list item
\end{itemize}

Something a little more complex:

\begin{itemize}
\item \textbf{\emph{RQ a}}: {How effectively can we model different aspects of exploratory search such as knowledge discovery, creativity, exploration using implicit features extracted from the user search process to identify underperforming users?}
\item \textbf{\emph{RQ b}}: {How effectively can we provide search process based recommendations to improve user search performance?}
\end{itemize}

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