You need a decent LaTeX distribution (such as the free MacTeX or TeXLive (PC and linux). It should be younger than you yourself. Please do not forget to support TUG if you use (La-)TeX—after all, they are supporting your research, too.

Key Style Files

The four key style files.

 iaw.sty     my "Ivo Welch" collection of useful macros, the fonts, etc.

 rfs.bst     makes referencing follow RFS rules
 rfs.sty     RFS-specific definitions

Important: Raman Uppal created the main RFS bst file, not I.

The specific paper

My own paper uses these style files. Here is the usage example.

 welch-2014.tex   the input

 welch-2014.pdf   the output

The figures for the specific paper

To latex my complete file, you also need my figures:

 fig-sharedplot.pdf
 fig1-1000dots-all.pdf
 fig1-1000dots-fin.pdf
 fig1-area-all.pdf
 fig1-area-fin.pdf
 fig2-cdf-all.pdf
 fig2-cdf-econ.pdf
 fig2-cdf-fin.pdf

and you need the "more ivo specific" style files:

 colornames.sty
 eqtabular.sty

The bibliography file for the specific paper

 welch-2014-referees.bib

Compilation Instructions

Put all the files into the same directory, and then run

    $ pdflatex welch-2014.tex
    $ bibtex welch-2014
    $ pdflatex welch-2014.tex
    $ pdflatex welch-2014.tex

Yes, three times. This is necessary to resolve all the references correctly.


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