11. Appendices

To use this template, simply update it:

import read-the-docs-template

11.1. Usage

  • Be awesome
  • Make things faster

No matter where you go, there you are.

—Buckaroo Banzai

( (title_, subtitle_?)?,
  (docinfo_, transition_?)?,
  `%structure.model;`_ )
def my_function():
    "just a test"
    print 8/2
Just as a solid …
With these highlights
There is also a general …

11.1.1. Sphinx cheat sheet

Here is a quick and dirty cheat sheet for some common stuff you want to do in sphinx and ReST. You can see the literal source for this file at cheatsheet-literal. Formatting text

You use inline markup to make text italics, bold, or monotype.


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You can represent code blocks fairly easily:

import numpy as np
x = np.random.rand(12)

Or literally include code: Making a list

It is easy to make lists in rest

11.2. Bullet points

This is a subsection making bullet points

  • point A
  • point B
  • point C

created by … surrounding paragraph.

Neither from itself nor from another, Nor from both, Nor without a cause, Does anything whatever, anywhere arise.

—Nagarjuna - Mulamadhyamakakarika

11.3. Enumerated points

This is a subsection making numbered points

  1. point A
  2. point B
  3. point C
These lines are
broken exactly like in
the source file.
is my name
**No** interpretation of
|special| characters.

This shows you how to make a table – if you only want to make a list see Making a list.

Name Age
John D Hunter 40
Cast of Thousands 41
And Still More 42

Some text that requires a footnote [1] .


[1]Text of the first footnote.

It is easy to make a link to yahoo or to some section inside this document (see making-a-table) or another document.

You can also reference classes, modules, functions, etc that are documented using the sphinx autodoc facilites. For example, see the module :mod:`matplotlib.backend_bases` documentation, or the class :class:`~matplotlib.backend_bases.LocationEvent`, or the method :meth:`~matplotlib.backend_bases.FigureCanvasBase.mpl_connect`.