The University provides templates in Word and LaTeX that meet the requirements set out in the Regulations.
LaTeX Thesis Templates https://library.soton.ac.uk/thesis/templates
Information from LaTex web site: https://www.latex-project.org/
Tutorials and books from the LaTex web site: https://www.latex-project.org/help/links/
Video tutorials on various LaTeX topics This channel shows a growing collection of high-quality video tutorials from the folks from ShareLaTeX (an online editor for LaTeX) on different aspects of LaTeX, currently a beginners series, a series on Thesis writing, a series on beamer, and one on TikZ.
This article by Keith Reckdahl shows you how to do (almost) anything with graphics: side-by-side, rotated, etc.
Using BibTeX for LaTeX
BibTeX is a tool used with LaTeX that allows you to store reference details in separate files that can be linked to a LaTeX document. There are many, mostly free, versions (distributions) of LaTeX available either for download (e.g. MiKTeX, TeXnicCenter, TeXworks) or as web-based versions (e.g. Authorea, Overleaf, ShareLaTeX). https://www.imperial.ac.uk/admin-services/library/learning-support/reference-management/bibtex-for-latex/
University of Toronto Writing Advice on The Lab Report: