On the group comp.text.tex, is found a discussion of how to do a flip book included in a book.

The winning post, in my opinion so far, is a suggestion to look at the documentation for the package fancyhdr.

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### Tide graph experiment: seeking a colorblind friendly palette

This is a first try. I am working on a graph of height of tide as a function of (x) clock time. This time, I have used the "Juxtapo...

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Here is an example of how to do a flip book in LaTeX:

http://www.loria.fr/~buffet/?page=software

I hope this will help lots of people put flip books in their theses and reports :)

It's a nice way to make a flipbook with the flipbook software.

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