Example of an “astronomer friendly” deluxe table formatted with Authorea. This is the example posted by Jess K on astrobetter in How to Make Awesome Latex Tables. For this table we are using the LaTeXML engine, have a look at this quick tutorial if you are a prospective Authorea power LaTeX user.

QSO | \(R\) Range | Separation | Result | ||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

\(\langle f\rangle\) | \(r_{0}\) | \(\gamma\) | \(W\) | ||||

Division | (Mpc/h) | (%) | Strength | ||||

1/3 Bright | \(4.24\cdot 10^{-4}\) | 6.19 | 96.97 | ||||

[0.3,3] | 1.77 | 96.7 | 1.9\(\sigma\) | ||||

2/3 Dim | \(4.26\cdot 10^{-4}\) | 4.48 | 52.77 |

Note. – Luminosity dependent quasar clustering using a cross-correlation technique between CS82 galaxies (\(M<23.5\)) and SDSS, BOSS, and 2SLAQ quasars (\(0.5<z<1.0\)). The quasars were broken up into 1/3 brightest and 2/3 dimmest…

It’s super easy: Settings \(\rightarrow\) More Preferences \(\rightarrow\) LaTeX Support

```
\begin{deluxetable}{cccccccc}
\centering
\tabletypesize{\footnotesize}
\tablecolumns{8}
\tablewidth{0pt}
\tablehead{
\colhead{QSO} \vspace{-0.2cm}& \colhead{$R$ Range} & & & & &\colhead{Separation} & \colhead{Result}\\ \vspace{-0.2cm}
& & \colhead{$\langle f \rangle$} & \colhead{$r_0$} & \colhead{$\gamma$}& $W$ & & \\
\colhead{Division} & \colhead{(Mpc/h)} & \colhead{} & \colhead{} & \colhead{}&& \colhead{(\%)} & \colhead{Strength}}
\startdata
\vspace{-0.2cm} 1/3 Bright & & $4.24 \cdot 10^{-4}$ & 6.19 && 96.97 & &\\ \vspace{-0.2cm}
& [0.3,3] & & & 1.77 & & 96.7 & 1.9$\sigma$ \\
2/3 Dim & & $4.26 \cdot 10^{-4}$ & 4.48 & & 52.77
\enddata
\vspace{-0.8cm}
\tablecomments{Luminosity dependent quasar clustering using a cross-correlation technique between CS82 galaxies ($M<23.5$) and SDSS, BOSS, and 2SLAQ quasars~($0.5 < z < 1.0$). The quasars were broken up into 1/3 brightest and 2/3 dimmest... }
\end{deluxetable}
```