How to use Overleaf to create Academic blogs on Medium

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Medium blog (left) and Overleaf document side by side

Introduction

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A quote by Henri Matisse on creativity
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A comparison of markup languages: markdown, latex, and html
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Enter Surge!

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Connect your hugo site with Overleaf

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Step by Step setting up the connection between your hugo blog and Overleaf

Pull the Overleaf article to your git repo and Pandoc it

pandoc -f latex -t html content/post/article.tex –filter pandoc-citeproc –bibliography static/refs.bib | cat >> content/post/hello-world.md

References

Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Environmental Health at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Also in: https://refind.com/arinbasu

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