A list of freewares I frequently use on my Apple computer.


Here’s a list of freewares I constantly use on my Apple computer:

  • Overleaf: Overleaf is an online collaborative authoring tool written in the LaTex markup language. It is relatively easy to use, allows for commenting by mulitiple authors, contains a good number of template for CVs, journal articles, books, etc., and allows the creation of folders to help organize your projects. I have been using the free version of Overleaf for 3 years before switching to the professional version, which comes free from my university. The professional version allows for tracked changes. You can register for Overleaf here.

  • Sublime Text: Sublime Text is a text editor for code that I mostly use to create my TEX documents offline. An easy-to-follow guide on how to install LatexTools using Sublime Text on a Macbook can be found here. You will need to download Sublime Text, MacTex, and Skim. The 2024 version of MacTex is 5.7 GB, so it will take a while to download it.

Anna Abatayo
Anna Abatayo
Assistant Professor

My research interests include environmental economics, natural resource economics, experimental economics, and behavioral economics.