Floats, Figures, and Tables

Contents

  1. Figures
  2. Tables
  3. Table of contents per html page
  4. Clickmore
  5. PlotTable
  6. References

Figures

To add a figure, use the following basic syntax:

![caption](img/image-path.png){#fig:scientific_universe}

For example,

![The scale of the universe mapped to the branches of science and the hierarchy
    of science. CC BY-SA 3.0 (2013) [Wikimedia Commons](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science#/media/File:The_Scientific_Universe.png).
    ](img/1024px-the_scientific_universe.png){#fig:scientific_universe}

produces:

Figure 1: The scale of the universe mapped to the branches of science and the hierarchy of science. CC BY-SA 3.0 (2013) Wikimedia Commons.

Figure 1: The scale of the universe mapped to the branches of science and the hierarchy of science. CC BY-SA 3.0 (2013) Wikimedia Commons.

Figure 1 shows some cool things.

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Another example:

![The observed (solid) local $p_{0}$ as a function of $m_{H}$ in the low mass range.
    The dashed curve shows the expected local $p_{0}$ under the hypothesis of a
    SM Higgs boson signal at that mass with its $\pm{}1\sigma$ band.
    The horizontal dashed lines indicate the $p$-values corresponding to significances
    of 1 to 6$\sigma$\ [@ATLAS_2012_Observation_of_a_new_particle_in_the_search]\.
    ](img/ATLAS-local-p0-vs-mH.png){#fig:ATLAS_local_p0_vs_mH}

produces:

Figure 2: The observed (solid) local p_{0} as a function of m_{H} in the low mass range. The dashed curve shows the expected local p_{0} under the hypothesis of a SM Higgs boson signal at that mass with its \pm{}1\sigma band. The horizontal dashed lines indicate the p-values corresponding to significances of 1 to 6\sigma (ATLAS Collaboration, 2012).

Figure 2: The observed (solid) local \(p_{0}\) as a function of \(m_{H}\) in the low mass range. The dashed curve shows the expected local \(p_{0}\) under the hypothesis of a SM Higgs boson signal at that mass with its \(\pm{}1\sigma\) band. The horizontal dashed lines indicate the \(p\)-values corresponding to significances of 1 to 6\(\sigma\) (ATLAS Collaboration, 2012).

You can refer to labeled figuers like this:

[@fig:ATLAS_local_p0_vs_mH] shows the $p_{0}$ value as a function of the reconstructed
Higgs mass from the ATLAS experiment.

Figure 2 shows the \(p_{0}\) value as a function of the reconstructed Higgs mass from the ATLAS experiment.

Tables

The basic syntax for a table is:

Table: Approximate number of readout channels per sub-detector in ATLAS for the primary sub-detectors (ignoring the minbias trigger system, luminosity monitors, and DCS sensors) [@ATLAS_2008_The_ATLAS_Experiment_at_the_CERN_Large_Hadron]. {#tbl:atlas_channels}

| System                | Subsystem     |  Approx. channels |
|:----------------------|:--------------|------------------:|
| Inner detector        | Pixels        |              80 M |
|                       | SCT           |             6.3 M |
|                       | TRT           |             350 k |
| EM Calorimeter        | LAr barrel    |             110 k |
|                       | LAr end-cap   |              64 k |
| Hadronic Calorimeter  | Tile barrel   |             9.8 k |
|                       | LAr end-cap   |             5.6 k |
|                       | LAr forward   |             3.5 k |
| Muon spectrometer     | MDTs          |             350 k |
|                       | CSCs          |              31 k |
|                       | RPCs          |             370 k |
|                       | TGCs          |             320 k |
| Total                 |               |              88 M |

which produces:

Table 1: Approximate number of readout channels per sub-detector in ATLAS for the primary sub-detectors (ignoring the minbias trigger system, luminosity monitors, and DCS sensors) (ATLAS Collaboration, 2008).
System Subsystem Approx. channels
Inner detector Pixels 80 M
SCT 6.3 M
TRT 350 k
EM Calorimeter LAr barrel 110 k
LAr end-cap 64 k
Hadronic Calorimeter Tile barrel 9.8 k
LAr end-cap 5.6 k
LAr forward 3.5 k
Muon spectrometer MDTs 350 k
CSCs 31 k
RPCs 370 k
TGCs 320 k
Total 88 M

Refer to tables like this:

[@tbl:atlas_channels] shows some cool things too.

Table 1 shows some cool things too.

Table of contents per html page

To insert a table of contents for a single html page, add the following line to the Markdown, probably near the top of the page as is done for this one.

<!-- PAGETOC -->

Clickmore

You can hide parts of a document in a heading that needs to be clicked to show more by making a div of class clickmore and a div of class more, linked to eachother like this:

<div class="clickmore"><a id="link:test1" class="closed" onclick="toggle_more('test1')">Click for more details</a></div>
<div id="test1" class="more">

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Officiis qualisque conceptam te duo, eu vim soluta numquam, has ut aliquip
accusamus. Probo aliquam pri id. Mutat singulis ad vis, eam euismod pertinax
an, ea tale volumus vel. At porro soleat est. Debet facilis admodum an sed,
at falli feugiat est.

...

</div>

For example:

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PlotTable

Here, we show a PlotTable, where the user can specify a table, and a corresponding figure plotting the data in the table is automatically generated.

For example:

PlotTable: My caption {#tbl:plot_table}

|    X |  Apple |  Banana | Pistachio |
|-----:|-------:|--------:|----------:|
|    1 |      2 |       2 |         3 |
|    2 |      3 |       1 |         5 |
|    3 |      5 |       0 |         5 |
|    4 |      4 |       1 |         7 |
|    5 |      7 |       2 |         8 |
|    6 |      8 |       3 |         9 |
|    8 |      9 |       4 |         8 |
|   11 |      9 |       3 |         9 |

makes Table 2 and Figure 3.

Figure 3: A plot of Table 2.

Figure 3: A plot of Table 2.

Table 2: My caption
X Apple Banana Pistachio
1 2 2 3
2 3 1 5
3 5 0 5
4 4 1 7
5 7 2 8
6 8 3 9
8 9 4 8
11 9 3 9

References

ATLAS Collaboration. (2008). The ATLAS Experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider. Journal of Instrumentation, 3, 08003. https://cds.cern.ch/record/1129811