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The commands \listoffigures and \listoftables are self explanatory, the first one generates the list of figures and the second one the list of tables. In this example there are two more relevant commands: \thispagestyle{empty} Removes the page numbering. \pagenumbering{arabic} Re-start the page numbering with arabic style. To create a (unordered) list you have to declare the itemize environment and then put the entries inside. Open an example in Overleaf [] Unordered listsThe unordered (unnumbered) lists are produced by the itemize environment. Each entry must be preceded by the control sequence \item.

As some have mentioned in the comments, the List of Tables lists captions; if you don't have a caption, it won't know what to list. In any case, it's the \caption command that writes an entry to the lot file, and that's what LaTeX inputs to form the List of Tables when you issue \listoftables. Jul 30,  · In a thesis, report or book one can often find a list of figures and a list of tables. Latex provides a simple command for both of them which will collect all your figures and/or tables and automatically generate a list.

Apr 29,  · I wrote a somewhat short post on list of figures and list of tables a few years ago. Nevertheless, it gets quite a bit of traffic, possibly due to the large number of comments. For that reason, I decided to put together another, more informative post on the same topic that includes table of contents. For more professionally looking tables you probably want to try booktabs package. The tables produced with this style look more like the tables you can see in the books, scientific articles, and newspapers. The tables differ from the plain LaTeX tables in a few aspects: no vertical rules are used.

LaTeX tables - Tutorial with code examples Learn to create tables in LaTeX including all features such as multi row, multi column, multi page and landscape tables. All in one place. Tables in LaTeX can be created through a combination of the table environment and the tabular environment. List of figures; Depth; Spacing; Table of contents. Generating a table of contents can be done with a few simple commands. LaTeX will use the section headings to create the table of contents and there are commands to create a list of figures and a list of tables as well. I will give a small example code to create a table of contents first.