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This page is intended to contain examples of thesis (MSc or PhD). Below are references to various examples.
Since version 2.0 LyX comes with a thesis template. You find it in LyX's installation folder in the subfolder Resources\examples\thesis.
The full template is available for download here. The template is self-contained, and uses the local layout feature (meaning you don't have to install LyX .layout files): unpack, open with LyX and compile. You do need to have
This is a flexible and rich starting point for the composition of a thesis. It adheres to British standards and written to suit requirements at the Victoria University of Manchester.
You can see sample pages at http://www.schestowitz.com/IMG/research/thesis_examples/ and download the LyX file from the site.
ThLoria is a LaTeX class intended to write thesis (in French). It now offers LyX support with a limited but sufficient set of layout styles.
You can get the class, layout, and a LyX example file at: http://www.loria.fr/~roegel/TeX/TL.html.
This site provides LyX templates of different universities: http://www.thesis-template.com
Example thesis now available in LyX. (This uses a trivial LyX layout file and mostly involved laborious debugging of the result of tex2lyx.)
University of Colorado at Boulder Ph.D. Thesis (Boulder, CO, USA)
This is not a document class/style/layout but a LyX template, so it is ready to use. There are two LyX templates: author-year and numerical bibliography/citation styles. This template is written in book(KOMA-script) document class. The template requires LaTeX packages: koma-script, tocloft, minitoc, kluwer, fancyhdr, prettyref.
A LyX (2.x, should also work with previous versions) layout for writing a Thesis at University of Bologna (specifically DEIS - Department of Engineering).
A LyX template for writing a thesis at Princeton University.