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Table with beamer

Postby Athene_47 » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:02 pm

Hi guys !

I have problem with the creation of the table. Could you help me ?

  1. \documentclass[10pt]{beamer}
  2. \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
  3. \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
  4. \usepackage{lmodern}
  5. \usepackage[english]{babel}
  6. \usepackage{amsmath}
  7. \usepackage{amsfonts}
  8. \usepackage{amssymb}
  9. \usepackage{graphicx}
  10. \usetheme{metropolis}
  11. \useoutertheme[left]{sidebar}
  12. \usepackage{appendixnumberbeamer}
  13. \usepackage{booktabs}
  14. \usepackage[scale=2]{ccicons}
  15. \usepackage{pgfplots}
  16. \usepackage{xspace}
  17. \usepackage{tcolorbox}
  18. \usepackage{ragged2e}
  19. \usepackage{multicol}
  20. \begin{document}
  21.  
  22. \title{Do ICTs matter for Italy?}
  23. \vspace{3.5cm}
  24. \date{June 21, 2018}
  25. \author{Daniela Cialfi\textsuperscript{1} \hspace{0.5pt} Emiliano Colantonio \textsuperscript{1} }
  26. \vspace{3.5cm}
  27. %\subject{Name of the Conference}
  28. \institute{\textsuperscript{1} \hspace{0.2pt}Department of Philosophical, Pedagogical and Economic-Quantitative Sciences
  29. \\ University of Studies G.D'Annunzio
  30. \\ Pescara,Italy}
  31.  
  32. \titlegraphic{\hfill\includegraphics[height=1.0cm]{logo_conference.png}}
  33. \setbeamercovered{transparent}
  34. \setbeamertemplate{navigation symbol}{}
  35.  
  36. \begin{frame}[plain]
  37. \maketitle
  38. \end{frame}
  39.  
  40. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  41. \setbeamertemplate{section in toc}[sections numbered]
  42. \tableofcontents[hideallsubsections]
  43.  
  44. \end{frame}
  45.  
  46.  
  47.  
  48. \section{The potential relationship between ICT and social capital}
  49. \setbeamertemplate{frametitle}[default][center]
  50. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  51. \frametitle[alignment=center]{Literature review }
  52. \color{orange} \textbf{Social capital}
  53. \justifying
  54. \vspace{0.1cm}
  55. \\ \color{black} \textit{the nature and quality of social ties that individuals or communities can mobilise in conducting their affairs}
  56. \vspace{0.2cm}
  57. \begin{itemize}
  58. \item \justifying a wide variety of connections and networks that people maintain with family, friends, neighbours, colleagues
  59. \item \justifying the strength of social norms that can underpin these ties
  60. \end{itemize}
  61. \end{frame}
  62. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  63. \frametitle[alignment=center]{Literature review }
  64. \color{orange} \textbf{Social capital}
  65. \justifying
  66. \vspace{0.1cm}
  67. \\ \color{black} \textit{the nature and quality of social ties that individuals or communities can mobilise in conducting their affairs}
  68. \vspace{0.2cm}
  69. \begin{itemize}
  70. \item \justifying a wide variety of connections and networks that people maintain with family, friends, neighbours, colleagues
  71. \item \justifying the strength of social norms that can underpin these ties
  72. \end{itemize}
  73. \vspace{0.3cm}
  74. \begin{columns}
  75. \begin{column}{\textwidth}
  76. \centering
  77. \textbf{\textit{In which way do ICTs interact with social capital?}}
  78. \end{column}
  79. \end{columns}
  80. \end{frame}
  81. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  82. Recent empirical evidence \footnote{Benkler (2006). } have found that:
  83. \begin{itemize}
  84. \item ICTs could enable individuals to thicken existing ties and generate new ones;
  85. \item ICT come in handling to develop more new ties to like-minded people for a variety of purposes\footnote{Rainie, L., Horrigan, John B., Wellman, B., and Boase, J.(2006)}.
  86. \end{itemize}
  87. \vspace{0.3cm}
  88. \begin{columns}
  89. \begin{column}{\textwidth}
  90. \centering
  91. \textbf{\textit{Existence of a positive relationship the two concepts}}
  92. \end{column}
  93. \end{columns}
  94. ICTs are helping to expand, transform and diversify social capital
  95. \begin{enumerate}
  96. \item Tools for communication and collaborative information sharing
  97. \item Creating meeting spaces where like-minded people can gather and socialise
  98. \end{enumerate}
  99. \end{frame}
  100.  
  101.  
  102.  
  103.  
  104.  
  105.  
  106.  
  107. \section{Empirical evidence from Italy}
  108. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  109.  
  110. \color{orange} \textbf{Aim}
  111. \\ \color{black}Present consistent evidence on the geography of the relationship between ICT and social capital in Italy
  112.  
  113. \space
  114. \color{orange} \textbf{Methodology}
  115. \\ \color{black} Non linear cluster analysis
  116.  
  117. \space
  118. \color{orange} \textbf{Period of analysis}
  119. \\ \color{black} 2006-2013
  120.  
  121. \space
  122. \color{orange} \textbf{Context}
  123. \\ \color{black} Italian regions
  124.  
  125. \end{frame}
  126.  
  127. \subsection{Selection and creation of the database}
  128. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database}
  129.  
  130. %\begin{table}[ht]
  131. \centering
  132. %\subfloat[Decay Channels]{
  133. %\rule{4cm}{3cm}
  134. %\newcommand{\minitab}[2][l]{\begin{tabular}{#1}#2\end{tabular}}
  135. %\renewcommand{\multirowsetup}{\centering}
  136. \begin{tabular}{|c|c|} \hline
  137. Function & Indicator \\ \hline
  138. \multirow{4}{*}{Jet} &${\bf p}_T >$ 25 GeV \\
  139. &$|\eta| < $ 2.5 \\
  140. &$\Delta R(j,l) >$ 0.2 \\
  141. &$\Delta \phi(j,{\bf p}_T^{miss}) >$ 0.6 \\ \hline
  142. 3 Leading jets & ${\bf p}_T >$ 40 GeV \\ \hline
  143. b-tagging & $\ge$ 2 \\ \hline
  144. \multirow{3}{*}{Lepton} & ${\bf p}_T >$ 20 GeV \\
  145. & $|\eta| <$ 2.5 \\
  146. & $\Delta R(l,j) >$ 0.4 \\ \hline
  147. {${\bf p}_T^{miss}$} & $\Delta \phi({\bf p}_T^{miss},j) >$ 0.8 \\ \hline
  148. & {\bf Advanced cuts} \\ \hline
  149. $E_T^{miss}$ & $>$ 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200 (GeV)\\ \hline
  150. $H_T$ & $>$ 400, 450, 500, 550, 600 (GeV)\\ \hline
  151. $m_T$ & $>$ 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200 (GeV)\\ \hline
  152. $N_j$ & $\ge$ 4, 5, 6 \\ \hline
  153. $N_{bj}$ & $\ge$ 2, 3, 4 \\ \hline
  154. \end{tabular}
  155.  
  156. % \caption{Summary of event selection cuts}
  157. % \end{table}
  158. %\begin{columns}
  159. % \begin{column}{.9 \textwidth}
  160.  
  161. % \centering
  162. % \small \textbf{Tab.1}:List of performance indicators
  163. % \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{database_table_trasparence.png}\\
  164. % {{ \footnotesize \emph{Source: Authors’ representation of the database used}\par }}
  165. % \end{column}
  166. %\end{columns}
  167. \end{frame}
  168. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database}
  169. \begin{columns}
  170. \begin{column}{.9 \textwidth}
  171.  
  172. \centering
  173. \small \textbf{Tab.1}:List of performance indicators
  174. \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{database_table_trasparence.png}
  175. \end{column}
  176. \end{columns}
  177. \space
  178. \color{orange} \textbf{Period of analysis}
  179. \\ \color{black} 2006-2013
  180.  
  181. \space
  182. \color{orange} \textbf{Data source}
  183. \\ \color{black} Rapporto Noi Italia 2016 \footnote{\hspace{0.1cm}Developed by ISTAT}, empirical studies
  184. \footnote{\hspace{0.1cm} See Andriani, L., Karyampas (2009); Degli Antoni, G.(2006); Putnam, R.D (2000) }
  185.  
  186. \space
  187. \color{orange} \textbf{Methodology}
  188. \\ \color{black} Non linear cluster analysis - Self Organizing Map
  189. \end{frame}
  190. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database}
  191. \begin{columns}
  192. \begin{column}{.9 \textwidth}
  193.  
  194. \centering
  195. \small \textbf{Tab.1}:List of performance indicators
  196. \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{database_table_trasparence.png}
  197. \end{column}
  198. \end{columns}
  199. \color{orange} \textbf{Period of analysis}: \color{black} 2006-2013
  200. \begin{itemize}
  201. \item Data availability by Italian regions
  202. \item Evaluate the evolution of the dataset from a pre-crisis to a post-crisis scenario.
  203. \end{itemize}
  204. \space
  205. \color{orange} \textbf{Data source}
  206. \\ \color{black} Rapporto Noi Italia 2016, empirical studies
  207. \end{frame}
  208.  
  209. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database}
  210. \begin{columns}
  211. \begin{column}{.8 \textwidth}
  212.  
  213. \centering
  214. \small \textbf{Tab.1}:List of performance indicators
  215. \includegraphics[width=.8\linewidth]{database_table_trasparence.png}
  216. \end{column}
  217. \end{columns}
  218. \color{orange} \textbf{Period of analysis} \\
  219. \color{black} 2006-2013
  220.  
  221. \space
  222. \color{orange} \textbf{Data source}: \color{black} Rapporto Noi Italia 2016, empirical studies
  223. \begin{itemize}
  224. \item Distinguish among the different conceptualisations of social capital
  225. \item Division into three macro-categories linked to the Italian experience
  226. \end{itemize}
  227.  
  228. \end{frame}
  229.  
  230. \subsection{Social capital variables}
  231. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database\\
  232. \textit{-Social Capital-}}
  233. \begin{columns}
  234. \begin{column}{\textwidth}
  235. \centering
  236. \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{social_capital.jpg}
  237. \end{column}
  238. \end{columns}
  239. \vspace{0.5cm}
  240. Variables related to the associative world
  241. \begin{itemize}
  242. \item Associational activities are an essential framework where social capital could occur and grow [Putnam,2000]
  243. \begin{enumerate}
  244. \item Information and trust are 'intangible' resources
  245. \item Help to achieve economic and social outcomes and intangible ones
  246. \end{enumerate}
  247. \end{itemize}
  248. \end{frame}
  249. \subsection{ICT variables}
  250. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database\\
  251. \textit{-ICT use-}}
  252. \begin{columns}
  253. \begin{column}{\textwidth}
  254. \centering
  255.  
  256. \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{ICT_database.jpg}
  257. \end{column}
  258. \end{columns}
  259. \vspace{0.5cm}
  260. The development of social capital within communities may depend on several elements
  261. \footnote{\hspace{0.1cm} See Ahmed, Z., Alzahrani (2017); Gaved, M., Anderson, B.(2006)}
  262. \begin{itemize}
  263. \item Availability of broadband
  264. \item Effective use of broadband connectivity
  265. \end{itemize}
  266. Determination of the quality and frequency of interactions
  267. \begin{itemize}
  268. \item Previous elements
  269. \item Issues linked to online trust and confidence
  270. \end{itemize}
  271. \end{frame}
  272. \subsection{Economic variables}
  273. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database\\
  274. \textit{-Economy-}}
  275.  
  276. \textit{DA RIVEDERE BENE}
  277. %\begin{columns}
  278. % \begin{column}{\textwidth}
  279. %\centering
  280.  
  281. % \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{social_capital_trasparence.png}
  282. % \end{column}
  283. % \end{columns}
  284. We have used this kind of variables
  285. \begin{itemize}
  286. \item how networks and social interactions are translated into an economic asset
  287. \item Social capital is trasformed from a private good into public one
  288. \item Collective and cumulative economic benefits
  289. \end{itemize}
  290. \end{frame}
  291. \subsection{Patterns and dynamics of Italian regions from 2006 to 2013}
  292. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Patterns and dynamics of Italian regions %\messe "giuste"
  293. \\from 2006 to 2013}
  294.  
  295. \begin{columns}
  296. \begin{column}{.5\textwidth}
  297. \centering
  298. %\begin{tcolorbox}[beamer,width=0.8\textheight,arc=0pt,boxsep=0pt, left=0pt,right=0pt,top=0pt,bottom=0pt]
  299. \includegraphics[width=.5\linewidth]{2006.png}
  300. %\end{tcolorbox}
  301. \end{column}
  302.  
  303. \begin{column}{0.5\textwidth}
  304. \centering
  305. \includegraphics[width=.5\linewidth]{2013.png}
  306. \end{column}
  307. \end{columns}
  308. \end{frame}
  309.  
  310. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  311. \begin{columns}
  312. \begin{column}{.4\textwidth} %\ 2006_um_trasparente
  313. \centering
  314. \includegraphics[width=.6\linewidth]{2006_um_bw_trasparenza.png}
  315. \end{column}
  316. \begin{column}{.2\textwidth} %\ arrow
  317. \centering
  318. \includegraphics[width=.7\linewidth]{arrow.png}
  319. \end{column}
  320. \begin{column}{.4\textwidth} %\ 2013_um_trasparente
  321. \centering
  322. \includegraphics[width=.6\linewidth]{2013_um_bw_trasparenza.png}
  323. \end{column}
  324. \end{columns}
  325. Mass of Italian regions that in 2006 were located in the centre moves
  326. \centering down to the bottom of the SOM
  327. \end{frame}
  328.  
  329. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain] %\ 2013_um_bw
  330.  
  331. \begin{columns}
  332. \begin{column}{0.5\textwidth}
  333. \centering
  334. \includegraphics[width=.5\linewidth]{2013_bw_trasparenza.png}
  335. \end{column}
  336. \begin{column}{0.6\textwidth}
  337. \centering
  338. \begin{itemize}
  339.  
  340. \item Isolation of the Southern Italian
  341. \\regions
  342. \begin{enumerate}
  343. \item The South and the Northern
  344. \\ regions remain at the upper
  345. \\ and bottom parts of the map
  346. \end{enumerate}
  347. \end{itemize}
  348.  
  349. \end{column}
  350. \end{columns}
  351. \end{frame}
  352.  
  353. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain] %\ 2013_um_c
  354. \begin{columns}
  355. \begin{column}{0.5\textwidth}
  356. \centering
  357. \includegraphics[width=.6\linewidth]{2013_um_color.png}
  358. \end{column}
  359. \begin{column}{0.6\textwidth}
  360. \centering
  361. \begin{itemize}
  362. \item Isolation of the Southern Italian
  363. \\ regions
  364. \begin{enumerate}
  365.  
  366. \item The South and the Northern
  367. \\ regions remain at the upper and bottom parts of the map
  368.  
  369.  
  370. \item Creation of a gap between
  371. \\ the South and the Northern
  372. \\ regions
  373. \end{enumerate}
  374. \end{itemize}
  375. \end{column}
  376. \end{columns}
  377. \end{frame}
  378.  
  379. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain] %\ 2013_um_bw
  380. \begin{columns}
  381.  
  382. \begin{column}{0.5\textwidth}
  383. \centering
  384. \includegraphics[width=.5\linewidth]{2013_um_shadow.jpg}
  385. \end{column}
  386. \begin{column}{0.6\textwidth}
  387. \centering
  388. \begin{itemize}
  389.  
  390.  
  391. \item Isolation of the Southern Italian
  392. \\regions
  393. \begin{enumerate}
  394.  
  395. \item The South and the Northern
  396. \\ regions remain at the upper and
  397. \\ bottom parts of the map
  398.  
  399. \item Creation of a gap between the
  400. \\ South and the Northern regions
  401.  
  402. \item The central regions are closer to
  403. \\ Northern regions
  404. \end{enumerate}
  405. \end{itemize}
  406. \end{column}
  407. \end{columns}
  408. \end{frame}
  409.  
  410. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{2006 ...} %\parte dello studio della fm ICT-SC 2006 and 2013 (pp.6-7)
  411. \centering \includegraphics[width=.5\linewidth]{2006_fm_final_scale_1.png}
  412. \end{frame}
  413.  
  414. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{2006 ...} %\parte dello studio della fm ICT-SC 2006 and 2013 (pp.6-7)
  415. \begin{columns}
  416. \begin{column}{.6\textwidth}
  417. \centering \includegraphics[width=.7\linewidth]{2006_fm_final_scale_1.png}
  418. \end{column}
  419. \begin{column}{.5\textwidth}
  420. \begin{itemize}
  421. \item Northern Italian regions excel
  422. \\ in all considered variables
  423. \begin{enumerate}
  424. \item Social participation activities
  425. \item Total RD Expenditure
  426. \\and ST Graduates
  427. \end{enumerate}
  428. \item Southern Italian regions show
  429. \\low values in all considered variables
  430. \end{itemize}
  431. \end{column}
  432. \end{columns}
  433. \end{frame}
  434. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{... 2013} %\parte dello studio della fm ICT-SC 2006 and 2013 (pp.6-7)
  435. \begin{columns}
  436. \begin{column}{.6\textwidth}
  437. \centering
  438. \includegraphics[width=.7\linewidth]{2013_fm_final_scale.png}
  439. \end{column}
  440. \begin{column}{.5\textwidth}
  441. \begin{itemize}
  442. \item Central and Northern Italian regions present high values in all the variables
  443. \begin{enumerate}
  444. \item ST Graduates
  445. \item Accessed the Internet
  446. \item Ordered/bought over the Internet
  447. \end{enumerate}
  448. \end{itemize}
  449. \begin{itemize}
  450. \item Southern Italian regions show
  451. \\low values in all considered variables
  452. \end{itemize}
  453. \end{column}
  454. \end{columns}
  455. \end{frame}
  456.  
  457. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Preliminary conclusions}
  458. \begin{columns}
  459. \begin{column}{.8 \textwidth}
  460. \centering
  461. \includegraphics[width=.8\linewidth]{prova_2_scale.png}
  462. \end{column}
  463. \end{columns}
  464. \vspace{0.3cm}
  465. ICT might not promote social capital formation
  466.  
  467. \begin{itemize}
  468. \item Associational activities variables have shown a negative relationship with ICT
  469. \end{itemize}
  470. \end{frame}
  471. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  472.  
  473. \begin{itemize}
  474. \item All the opportunities for building and expanding social capital are currently benefiting (bold) only highly educated and professionally advanced people use ICT
  475.  
  476. \begin{enumerate}
  477. \item To improve their skills
  478. \item To grow their networks for career advancement
  479. \end{enumerate}
  480. \end{itemize}
  481. \end{frame}
  482.  
  483.  
  484. \section{Conclusions}
  485. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  486. \begin{columns}
  487. \begin{column}{\textwidth}
  488. \centering \textbf{\emph{Could exist a positive relationship
  489. \\between ICT and social capital in Italy?}}
  490. \end{column}
  491. \end{columns}
  492. \vspace{0.7cm}
  493. \begin{itemize}
  494. \item Existence of a negative relationship between the two concepts
  495. \begin{enumerate}
  496. \item Not all social capital variables are positive
  497. \item The transformative impact of ICTs could be against a particular type of social capital
  498. \end{enumerate}
  499. \item Through the access and use of ICT communities could have more significant opportunities
  500. \begin{enumerate}
  501. \item For engaging with others
  502. \item For broadening their understandings
  503. \begin{itemize}
  504. \item building bonding
  505. \item bridging and linking social capital
  506. \end{itemize}
  507. \end{enumerate}
  508. \end{itemize}
  509. \end{frame}
  510.  
  511. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{\textbf{\emph{.. and between social capital and economy? }}}
  512. \begin{columns}
  513. \begin{column}{.6 \textwidth}
  514. \centering
  515. \includegraphics[width=.6\linewidth]{prova_2_scale.png} %sostituire con la figura giusta
  516. \end{column}
  517. \begin{column}{.6 \textwidth}
  518. Reflection of the existing dualism
  519. \\between the North and the South
  520. \begin{itemize}
  521. \item The poor economic performance
  522. \\ is likely related to limitation
  523. \\ of trust
  524. \end{itemize}
  525. \begin{itemize}
  526. \item Significant difference between
  527. \\the level of engagement in
  528. \\ Northern and Southern of
  529. \\Italy
  530. \end{itemize}
  531. \end{column}
  532. \end{columns}
  533. \end{frame}
  534.  
  535. \section{Future research lines}
  536.  
  537. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]
  538. \begin{itemize}
  539. \item Selection of other ICT-related variables more suitable with social capital
  540. \begin{enumerate}
  541. \item Number of tweets written in italian
  542. \item Facebook account opened in Italy
  543. \end{enumerate}
  544. \item Improve the time-series analysis for a long-term perspective
  545. \begin{enumerate}
  546. \item Use of larger time series
  547. \item Introduction of the average values across the Italian regions
  548. \end{enumerate}
  549. \item Set-up a cause-effect analysis between ICT and social capital variables
  550. \end{itemize}
  551. \end{frame}
  552.  
  553. \end{document}

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Postby Stefan Kottwitz » Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:50 pm

And what is the problem with the table you want to solve? I see 554 lines of code but not a specific question yet.

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Postby Athene_47 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:39 am

  1. \begin{frame}[noframenumbering, plain]{Selection and creation of the database}
  2.  
  3. \begin{table}[ht]
  4. \centering
  5. %\subfloat[Decay Channels]{
  6. %\rule{4cm}{3cm}
  7. %\newcommand{\minitab}[2][l]{\begin{tabular}{#1}#2\end{tabular}}
  8. %\renewcommand{\multirowsetup}{\centering}
  9. \begin{tabular}{|c|c|} \hline
  10. Function & Indicator \\ \hline
  11. \multirow{4}{*}{Jet} &${\bf p}_T >$ 25 GeV \\
  12. &$|\eta| < $ 2.5 \\
  13. &$\Delta R(j,l) >$ 0.2 \\
  14. &$\Delta \phi(j,{\bf p}_T^{miss}) >$ 0.6 \\ \hline
  15. 3 Leading jets & ${\bf p}_T >$ 40 GeV \\ \hline
  16. b-tagging & $\ge$ 2 \\ \hline
  17. \multirow{3}{*}{Lepton} & ${\bf p}_T >$ 20 GeV \\
  18. & $|\eta| <$ 2.5 \\
  19. & $\Delta R(l,j) >$ 0.4 \\ \hline
  20. {${\bf p}_T^{miss}$} & $\Delta \phi({\bf p}_T^{miss},j) >$ 0.8 \\ \hline
  21. & {\bf Advanced cuts} \\ \hline
  22. $E_T^{miss}$ & $>$ 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200 (GeV)\\ \hline
  23. $H_T$ & $>$ 400, 450, 500, 550, 600 (GeV)\\ \hline
  24. $m_T$ & $>$ 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, 200 (GeV)\\ \hline
  25. $N_j$ & $\ge$ 4, 5, 6 \\ \hline
  26. $N_{bj}$ & $\ge$ 2, 3, 4 \\ \hline
  27. \end{tabular}
  28.  
  29. % \caption{Summary of event selection cuts}
  30. \end{table}
  31. %\begin{columns}
  32. % \begin{column}{.9 \textwidth}
  33.  
  34. % \centering
  35. % \small \textbf{Tab.1}:List of performance indicators
  36. % \includegraphics[width=.9\linewidth]{database_table_trasparence.png}\\
  37. % {{ \footnotesize \emph{Source: Authors’ representation of the database used}\par }}
  38. % \end{column}
  39. %\end{columns}
  40. \end{frame}


I have this error message
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Stefan Kottwitz
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Postby Stefan Kottwitz » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:21 pm

Perhaps the error message you see is misleading. When I compile it, I see:

  1. ! Undefined control sequence.
  2. <recently read> \multirow
  3.  
  4. l.42 \end{frame}


This means, \multirow is unknown. You can fix it by adding to your preamble:

\usepackage{multirow}

Stefan
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Postby Athene_47 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:28 pm

Stefan Kottwitz wrote:Perhaps the error message you see is misleading. When I compile it, I see:

  1. ! Undefined control sequence.
  2. <recently read> \multirow
  3.  
  4. l.42 \end{frame}


This means, \multirow is unknown. You can fix it by adding to your preamble:

\usepackage{multirow}

Stefan


Thanks Stefan !! :)


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